Retail Merchandising (Current Employee) – North Carolina – June 6, 2017
This is the company that taught me everything I have learned in the retail merchandising workforce. I became a team leader with this job I build my own team and we traveled all over the state. I really wish they would send me and my team back out im ready to start back working.
Merchandiser (part-time) (Current Employee) – Selinsgrove, PA – May 30, 2017
Working for the company is really enjoyable for the most part. Some places you went to wasn't great but then again some jobs are great either. I loved that if i needed a day off I just didn't apply for that day and i wasn't expected to be there that day.
Pro's .. Being able to make my own schedule.. Being able to pick the job I wanted to work. Great workplace (for most part). Learned a lot of great things
Cons.. No benefits at all. Got penalized if you didnt call off 12hrs ahead of time. For my location there isnt a lot of jobs close by. Most are 1hr-3hr drive one way
Able to pick and choose what days you wanted to work
Retail Merchandiser (Former Employee) – North Carolina – May 29, 2017
I was the agent that make you work around the area. what have a learned from it nothing because it was not a great company. the people there were fair and not really nice. the agent was a buzz kill because I dislike the way I was treated.
Varied Locations in NJ - Merchandising (Former Employee) – Egg Harbor Township, NJ – May 16, 2017
Site was easy to access. In addition, the pay was great for the work required. I do wish there was a way to be notified of the store location ranges in the event of a multiple store visit, before the first day on the job.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – April 3, 2017
This job allows you to take the opportunities that you want and the pay is great. You go in and reset the store as told by a team leader, You get your breaks and lunch. You fill out time sheets online and are sometimes required to fill out a paper one to be faxed.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 18, 2017
You can pick your assignments. It's hard trying get in contact with a contact person. You meet many different people, the hardest part of the job is that the hours vary in real time. The most enjoyable part of the job is there always seem to be some type of work available although the pay is not that competitive.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Nationwide – December 18, 2016
One of my first assignments was a 4 hour reset in the chips aisle of a walmart with a team lead,the chip vendor and 1 other person and was actually stress free. We started at 5am was done by 9am to enjoy the day.
Most other assigments are stressful as you sometimes get placed with team lead clients who act like they do not really want your help or do not know as much skills as you do and make the job harder and take longer to do as a team than if you did it all by yourself.
If they don't like you they will cut you assignment short anytime! A 10 day job may only be 3 days for you if you so much as talk to a co worker while working or stop to scratch an itch.
On some projects I have been sent home after only working 2- 4 hours of what was suppose to a 5 day and a 11 day project because they overbooked helpers . Sometimes no team lead shows up or I have arrived on location ready to work only to find out that the reset was already completed a week prior and was not notified in advance of making the trip.
weekly pay, choose you locations desired
payroll mistakes, weeks go by with no work, stingy travel pay only on longer distances