Typical day would be communicating with the store a manager to identify any responsibilities or task for that day. I would assign responsibilities to my team. I learned how to properly engaged a customer in purchasing a new device. Throughout the shift I set up responsibilities, and goals to hit by a certain time of the day. The culture there was fast pace. You really did not have much time to regroup because you was trying to sell any item in the store, and have an attachment with it. The hardest part of my job was meeting some of the goals. The most enjoyable part was the interaction with customers.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 4, 2017
Organize monthly floor reset when new merchandise was delivered Achieved daily and weekly sales goals; maintained and organize files Achieve weekly and monthly device training Maintain a warm, friendly and genuine greeting while welcoming the customers Provide resolution to each and every customer Leverage AT&T advantages , Sprint Easy Pay , 2 year contract Organizing the sales floor at open and close of shift , train new hire , weekly meetings Responsible for daily bank deposit
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Farmingdale, NY – October 4, 2017
-A typical day was filed with merchandising , selling, inventory management, and cash management. -I learned a lot about managing P&L, team building, and resolving customer issues. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing and demonstrating new technology.
Unfortunately at the time I worked there, it was going down hill.
Sales Associate/Key Holder (Former Employee) – Marlborough, MA – October 4, 2017
I was really excited to work at RadioShack when I first got hired. I wanted to gain Sales experience & learn new things, since it was a tech store. Things weren't going so well at the time & everything seemed like it was falling apart.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Newark, DE – October 2, 2017
Always something to do and new to learn about. From new technologies or old. Someone would always no more than you. Be it a customer or a fellow coworker. And if not, you could always teach someone willing to know, how certain items worked and leave them with a smile. I learned many new things.
The hardest part was knowing when to not give up. There is always a solution that can be found. With someone or somewhere can the answer be sought. If all fails then Google is a big help.