Difficult place to work because of unrealistic sales goals, they had cornered the market and still expected to grow as they had previous to that
Pros: they had some kind of celebration each month for birthdays of cupcakes, ice cream cake, or bagels.
Cons: horrible work environment
Included selling new book fairs, maintaining stock on current book fairs, staying up to date with school age reading, answering incoming calls from customers, keeping sales reports up to date,
I learned to find satisfaction in providing good customer service in spite of unrealistic expectations.
Management did not want to hear input from it's employees.
Scholastic became a revolving door for management and sales people, and the warehouse.
The hardest part of the job was a temper tantrum throwing GM.
The best part were the customers and co-workers.