Cashier Job and sales with no commission
Member Service Host (Former Employee) – Buford, GA – July 18, 2017
Working for Sam's isn't the worst job, but it isn't the best either. I'm used to customer service and working with the members was always pleasant for me. I got to interact with several members and build a relationship and rapport with them. I did well in trying to get people to sign up for credit cards and buy plus upgrades. I just felt no matter how much I contributed they always wanted more. I don't feel like management was fair or handled things professionally. There was no real incentive for getting people to upgrade or sign up for credit cards.
The hardest part of the job for me was trying to make quotas for Plus and Credit. While my numbers would be high often, if it was slow or I was having a tough week, they are always talking to you about numbers.
The most enjoyable part was working with the members. Usually people complain about nasty customers when you're working a register, but there were very few negative experiences with the members in my time working there.
Sales with no commission, poor management, time off is required to be put in several weeks in advance