Morning Material Handler (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – August 17, 2017
The job is awesome. We get discounts after our 90 days are up. It's fun when we don't have a lot of work. But we be very busy and we know when the shoes come out . Nike is awesome job but the only thing they need to do is up the pay. But it's a good job and great benefits.
Innovation (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – August 17, 2017
The place is chaotic. Hard to believe they've managed to grow to the size they have. Very much who you know vs. what you do that gets you ahead. Senior management is like a deer in the headlights with current business challenges.
Athlete (Former Employee) – Centralia, WA – August 17, 2017
managers at nike(centralia) treat some people worse than others. when i asked to move to the back because of some anxiety issues, they told me to find someone to go talk to someone and forced me to go outside of my personal limits, causing anxiety attacks. i worked there for 2 years and they didn't care how i felt.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – City of Sunrise, FL – August 16, 2017
The managers are cool, The discount is nice and the other associates are fun to work with as well.The environment is fun but on the really busy days which are the weekends the store can get messy really quick which makes it a pain to close.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 16, 2017
- typical busy most of the time - I learned how to provide better customer service and patience - very welcoming and organized - very diverse - Sometimes being on your feet for so long can be tiring - Coworkers and meeting new people
Shipping and Receiving (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – August 15, 2017
Its A Nice Laid Back Place To Work Mangers Was Nice Hardest Part Is The Heat The Most Enjoyable Part Is I Love Working The Company Wasn't Bad At All I Really Miss It There And They Paid Me Well And I Had Amazing Leads Working With Me
Nike is a fast pace environment where our customers are number one. Nike allows the athlete to be versatile as far as the work place goes. Working in different areas of the store really helps me to be versatile in the work place.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – August 15, 2017
During the week the traffic was pretty slow but when the weekends came it was super busy. I enjoy helping customers find their style of work out clothes or shoes. i enjoyed being behind the register and keeping up with fraud
Visual Presentation Specialist (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – August 14, 2017
A typical day would be spent at various accounts, 4 days a week, maintaining store presentations for each account. Mostly Monday through Friday, 8-5 with some days being longer during special campaigns/launching.
Great culture, good people for the most part, although there are often issues with management having inappropriate relationships with part-time employees/athletes as well as managers buying shoes in bulk to resell them, but preaching for employees to do otherwise.
hour lunch break, great culture, good discounts
unfair treatment to some employees, you have to request high pay or they will lowball you
Nike Athlete (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – August 12, 2017
Unfortunately I don't have the most glowing review of my time at the Nike Company Store. I worked at that store for 3 1/2 years, went above an beyond in my day to day work, always was trying to improve my performance and got little to recognition for it. The process to get part time over( under 40 hours per week) or full time, you have to go through a formal interview with leaders you work with. It was very strange that you have to interview when you are only looking for more hours, and not a management position. I applied and interviewed 4 separate times and was denied every one; the most recent being 2 months before I quit. The only reason they ever gave as to why I never got the positions is that my interview wasn't as strong as everyone else. Its demoralizing to the workers who have been there for so long, who are looking to increase their time there and are willing to work hard everyday only to be shut down in such a way. The NCS is a great place to work if you are in school or have other career paths in mind rather than advancing in that store or getting to Nike Campus.
Discount, coworkers are amazing
Limited possibilities of advancement, minimal pay, no benefits under full time, inconsistent management, not easy to work around other schedules (school, second job, etc)