Floor Manager/Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Oxon Hill, MD – August 25, 2012
Cons: late work days/evenings
Greeting Prospect clients and assist with large sales. I learned how to manage 6-8 employees in a retail store Management was available via fax,email, and etc. Very great people to work with. Keeping up with the flow when short staffed Meeting new people and help them find new fashion styles and pieces.
Sales associate (Current Employee), New Port Richey, FL – December 16, 2014
Pros: co- workers, location and short hours
Cons: pay and scheduling
Immediately start by walking around store organizing, making sure 4 ways and rounders are neat and clothes are where they should be and making sure fitting rooms are clean, all doors are closed and there are no clothes in any rooms or rack. I am learning about fashion, how to dress manikins and how to deal with loss prevention and theft. Managers and – more... co-workers are wonderful not only as fellow employees but as friends also. There really isn't anything hard about this job. The things I enjoy most would be shipment and getting to dress manikins. – less
Sales Associate/Customer Service (Current Employee), Birmingham, AL – December 4, 2014
Pros: getting pay weekly, a good job for getting work experience
Cons: no benefits, no opportunities to move up, management is unfair with schdule
A topical day is clocking in doing shipment and ringing up customers. Management is unfair and don't do much work and co-workers are the same way. The hardest job is satisfying the customers. The most enjoyable enjoyable part about work is that the customer is happy and satisfied with what they have purchased.
Retail Associate (Former Employee), Somerdale, NJ – December 1, 2014
Pros: long breaks
I would clock in count my register , check the fitting room, check to make sure everything in the store is clean and in place. I learned how to work in retail. My manager was great, and my co workers were great, hardest part would be trying to change to store around at the last minute. The most enjoyable part is when customers walked out happy with – more... their product. – less
Stockman (Former Employee), Tampa, FL – November 21, 2014
Pros: hard work
Cons: short hours
Regular day of work consist of hard work I've learned that hard work pays off and respect can carry you a long way Co-workers are great always teamwork and we work well with others Hardest part is dealing with rude customers Most enjoyable part is working with the people that help make the company
Great coworkers and oppurtunities to move up in the company
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Hiram, GA – November 10, 2014
Working at Rainbow was a good experience. The company wasn't necessarily the best, but I really enjoyed my coworkers. The work was easy enough to manage. I never really had a difficult time with any of the work.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Colorado Springs, CO – November 5, 2014
Cons: working with an unskill manager
Interviewing prospective students, Calling and scheduling prospective student. Management I choose not to comment. Co-workers I choose not to comment. The hardest part of my job was dealing with management The most enjoyable part of my job is enrolling a student.
Retail Associate (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – October 30, 2014
Opened and closed the store. Greeted customers upon arrival and answered questions regarding where merchandise was located and product information. Kept shelves and bins stocked with merchandise. Ascertained what each customer’s wants or needs. Balanced cash registers at the beginning and end of shift. Made money drops and bank deposits. Computed customers – more... purchases, accepted payment in form of cash, check, credit and debit cards, applied discounts, gave accurate change and receipts. – less
Customer Service (Current Employee), Birmingham, AL – October 21, 2014
Great place to learn how to manage your time and gain organization skills. Talking over with customers helping them to explore new styles as they shop around the store. Very good place to work if you love helping people and love fashion
Helped learn how to deal with complex problems, while assisting customers in need.
Sales Associate/Customer Service (Former Employee), Bristol, CT – October 15, 2014
Pros: discount on clothing, meet different customers, grow over all.
Cons: no benefits or raises
A typical day of work consisted of cleaning, organizing, processing shipment, censoring and tagging, counting out drawers before and after a shift, helping customers out, and making sure everything was out on the floor in an orderly fashion. I learned how to deal with the customers as individuals, how to match things up based on style, and overall I – more... grew as an employee. Management was great. As long as you did what you were supposed to there were no problems. Co-workers helped each other out and made sure everything was done how it was supposed to. The hardest part was the last 5 minutes in which customers would want to shop and make even more messes than when the store was open but because the co-workers got along well the night shift was one of the best. The most enjoyable part of Rainbow was seeing all the new clothing and accessories come in and getting to match them up on the floor and mannequins. – less
Cashier / Sales Associate (Former Employee), Detroit, MI – October 7, 2014
Working at Rainbow was very busy and exciting, a typical day consist of working as a cashier, or stock, keeping the clothes neat and organized on the racks all made for a busy day. I learned a lot working a Rainbow from cashier, to greeting and assisting customers or just working the dressing room, there was never a dull moment. My co-workers were great – more... and everyone was a team player . Management was great because she always made sure to try and be available for assistance. The hardest part of the job was when it was time for me to leave the state and go to school because I was going to miss working with everyone and also miss working for Rainbow. – less
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Indianapolis, IN – September 29, 2014
Pros: retail experience
Cons: time management
Working for Rainbow was a mixture of feelings. I knew how to do the things they required for the job. I feel as if management didn't utilize me or company funds properly. I did love my coworkers there. I did like my manager but disagreed with how she handled my time.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – September 27, 2014
Pros: lunch breaks and interacting with customers
Cons: not enough hours
A typical day at work consist off cash procedures as well as sorting clothes. I also checked and changed prices and made sure the inventory was in order. Did walk through threw out the store ensuring that the clothes were on the racks accordingly.
Junior Assistant Manager (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – September 22, 2014
Junior Assistant Manager Operate cash register and maintain knowledge of cashier procedures Balance transactions through assigned register including credit cards,refunds,exchanges and voids. Zone Merchandise Performed price/SKU look ups Answer Telephones Housekeeping Train and motivate staff Organize and prioritize work Handle multi tasks