Nordstrom is whatever you want it to be. If you want part-time because your a student, they support that. If you want full-time because you're a parent, or you want to work full-time, they support that too. They are an amazing company, very flexible with work hours, and times and days. Many employees are parents so they allow them to have morning schedules to spend time with their families, or even to spend the weekends with their families, no matter what position you have, commission, cashier, logistics. They have regular schedules, meaning, you'll have a regular 9-5pm everyday, or 1-closing, everyday, if thats your choosing. The managers, to date, are the best I've had. Very personable, and approachable, like real people, not company robots present to uphold company rules and regulations. Nordstrom works hard to hire regular, normal everyday people, as their management. Besides that, they have Dental, Vision, and Health insurance available to full-time employees, they even have Unemployment Insurance available, if you qualify of course. They also have great Maternity and Paternity leave, even disability, for you, or to take care of family members. Their Maternity leave is six months, and the Paternity leave is three months. The only really busy times are during sales, and the weekends, besides that its pretty steady the rest of the year, even boring sometimes. Not very much of the job is hard, just stressful, maybe when customers feel they are being under serviced. The most enjoyable part, is having the knowledge, and ability to be able to help the customer with their needs.
Promotion in less than one year, 20-30% employee discount everyday, three times a year 30-40% discount for employees. Good Benefits, Overtime available.
As an employee might not be able to make returns if something has been used, depends on the case.