Manager (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – December 30, 2013
Hired as sales associates and promoted to manager Position, I feel butter. I learned Management Skill, Time work, highly organized and Ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities, manage to maximize efficiency and growth. My co- worker and Associate are very Happy to work with me. I enjoyed a loot of thing at work, I didn't face any problem .
i have a degree in economics which help me to understand the market.
i don’t like to work night shift because i want to spend time with family.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Tega Cay, SC – November 26, 2015
Radioshack only paid me back for my stolen iPhone that I bought at the store when I was employed, but not the case or insurance that was on the phone which was the same amount as my pay check was at the time. HOPE THEY ARE HAVING FUN WITH BANKRUPTCY!!!
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – November 25, 2015
There was nothing enjoyable about working for Radio Shack. You were treated terribly by upper management, your pay was horrible it was below company standard. They wanted you to meet unrealistic goals then would yell at you when you didn't. I went to work unhappy and came home unhappy. I had to leave soon after stores starting closing because of bankrupt.
Manager in Training (Former Employee) – Oshkosh, WI – November 24, 2015
I was a sales associate at Radio Shack. I would help customers find what they needed and check them out. I learned that not every store has a good business base. The management was questionable. Sometimes stores would go weeks without a store manager. There was a very high turn over rate with store managers at Radio Shack. The hardest part of the job was the Black Friday days. The most enjoyable part was the interacting with all of the different customers that came in.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Houghton Lake, MI – November 22, 2015
Radio Shack did a great job training and updating every aspect of technology. One was tested in existing and changing technology to get compensation and advancement in career. Commission was very helpful. Loved helping customers with the tools always provided by Radio Shack.
Working at Radioshack was very easy. I liked how you did not have your manager breathing down your neck. It was all about doing your job and keeping your sales up. Working there I can say I have learned a lot about old school technology. Although the job was easy, when it came down to a problem and we had to get in touch with a manager, she was no where to be found. She was never available to call after 4 o'clock pm. The co-workers was very nice and we all was able to have one on one communication because we would work two at a time, which gave us time to get to know each other better. The hardest part of the job was Printing out shipping labels to ship items to other stores. The most enjoyable part of the job was the one on one action we got to give to our customers.
Excellent company to make money and very fun place to work
District Manager (Former Employee) – Guaynabo, PR – November 19, 2015
It was an excellent experience, great for learning and to make money, develop different skills and career advancement. Great training were I was able to know every employee that I manage and help them develop their career path. Suddenly management changes and destroy the finances of the company, and with that the morale of employees.
Excellent compendation and competition within piers. Great Awards and Prizes for employees.
Lack of sensibility at the end from Top Management.
Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 19, 2015
Being in a social enviroment helped improve my people skills. I learned to take responsblity in my own hands. Taking over other co workers task can be over whelming but I got through by being calm and remaing focus.
Senior Sales Supervisor (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – November 18, 2015
I enjoyed working at Radioshack especially being able to answer questions and help customers resolve technical issues. I would rank management as very good and supportive at the store level, fair at district level and poor above that primarily due to not soliciting or listening to feedback from front line sales associates.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Paintsville, KY – November 16, 2015
This workplace is closed now, but if you must know, a typical day of work included me stocking shelves, dusting, and handling transactions. The management was my father so I had a pretty easy time. The hardest part of my job was dealing with difficult customers. The most enjoyable part of my job was the long breaks I could take.
Great place full of positive energy which helped provide great customer service.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Wilmington, CA – November 16, 2015
Great place to learn about technology and electronics always surrounded by good people who understood about sales on the floor. Personally I learned a lot about phones and the 3 three main carriers AT&T, Verizon and Sprint.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – North Las Vegas, NV – November 16, 2015
Loved working there that's why I lasted there over 10 years. My co workers were the best Learned a lot and room for growth. Until the last year there when I got a new direct supervisor who was very bad didn't appreciate the hard work you did and miss treated me maybe due to me being a female and didn't really like that I was always top rank in the company. Until I finally gave my 2 week notice that's when he finally told me I was one of his best managers and not to leave but was too late.