Being a Dog Trainer has its perks
Dog Training Instructor (Current Employee) – Lacey, WA – June 16, 2016
Overall fun place to work. My co-workers are nice people. The best part about the job is the work I do in my classroom. Teaching people how to train their dogs has been an invaluable experience. The customers and the dogs are always different. My managers have been great with letting me make my own schedule and teach my classes when I want to. Outside of the classroom, things are not so fun. Managers can't seem to see eye-to-eye. This creates inconsistency on the sales floor. Some sales associates are very well trained to do their jobs, some are not well trained at all. The issue there is that I end up having to pick up the slack. Being a Dog Training Instructor, I have my own list of things I need to do in a day, including selling classes, printing out homework sheets, scheduling my classes, calling customers, and researching answers to questions customers bring up in class. It never seems there is enough time to get everything done in a day.
45 min lunches and 2 ten minute breaks
Understaffed and shelves are understocked too often