Plenty hours, raises. Poor management, organization.
Buyer (Current Employee) – Wesley Chapel, FL – June 27, 2016
The day begins by turning on lights and fans. We must complete buys that may have arrived from the night before after accepting hours. We must take out the trash through the back. After, we have to tag bins if any are available. We then proceed to complete incoming buys, tasks, calls, and assist customers. If additional time is given, we redress mannequins, complete Instagram posts/updates/promotions. During closing, we vacuum, dust, edge, wipe windows/doors, clean back room and break room, organize back stock, then wait for cash registers to be fully closed. I learned how to communicate calmly and respectively to a variety of customers, how to express my fashion sense toward all styles of fashion, how to work a cashier, and make customers feel comfortable. The hardest part of the job is working progressively. Many coworkers gossip or ignore customers. Thus, making it harder to work as a team and completing everything in a timely manner. The most enjoyable part of the job is expressing my fashion sense creatively throughout the store and when helping customers.
Free lunch at times, benefits.