Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Milpitas, CA – January 10, 2017
O'Neill was my first job and I'm glad that it was because it made me enjoy working in retail. The environment was lively and the customers that walked in are usually nice and they don't brush you off when you try to engage in conversations with them. Working at O'Neill, I've learned what good customer service is and I've gotten better with my communication skills. Manager is hip and easy to get along with; as well as the workers there. It's a job that doesn't require much experience but you will have to remember policies and what a product is meant for (i.e. boardshorts and wetsuits). Sometimes I regret quitting but you live and you learn sometimes, right?
better communication skills, learning what good customer service is about, nice customers
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 21, 2016
Lets start of by saying management was horrible. I learned alot of do's and don'ts from working there. A lot of rules were constantly broken by management as well. I gained a lot of skills from O'Niell as well. Organization, punctuation, how to work a cashier, and responsibility.
Document Control/Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Aberdeen, WA – October 6, 2016
O'Neill Service group was a good company to work for. They allowed me to have a flexible schedule as I was a single mom. The insurance for the company was just ok. I am happy to have worked for this company.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas NV – June 24, 2015
our main goal was to make sure that customers walked out of our store feeling great! We took care of the customers and were very knowledgable about our products. In order to sell merchandise you have to know your products! We had quotas every day that we were required to meet and our manager was very motivating and helpful. All the coworkers got a long and were very competitive but not in a bad way. This way we were able to sell and still have fun. We greeted customers and made sure we took care of every single person that walked through the door. The hardest part of the job was sometimes exceeding our quotas but that kept us on our toes and allowed us to reach our full potential. The best part of the job was the friendly and fun atmosphere.
It was mainly a job for me nothing really exciting about coming to work.
Cashier/Sales Associate/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 21, 2013
My day typical at O'neill was a very slow paced place nothing much to do. The manager she was always on her phone let the store whenever she wanted to never had a set goal for the store did not really care about the store.