Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA and Summerville,SC – May 17, 2017
I enjoyed the customers and enjoyed my co-workers also my managers were very nice and relaxed. A typical day at work would be slow pace and little and throughout the day would gradually get busier, I ran the regestier
Sales/Cashier (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – May 17, 2017
I learned a lot about the retail world. Everything from cashiering, the art of store layouts and even how to handle a variety of customers in a friendly professional manor. These skills I have taken to all my jobs sense.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IN – May 16, 2017
I loved working here because I love shoes. I like a faster pace of work and standing there just waiting for people to come in became boring to me. I want to move and feel like I am doing something. GM is a little lazy, but other managers were very nice and I loved them.
A typical day at work for shoe carnival was to do SFS which is online orders. Other than that it was mostly Sale/Floor monitoring throughout the day. Welcoming every single customer into our store & engaging them in our concepts of our most popular brands.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Missouri – May 14, 2017
Job filled with complacency and monotony. Under the table sexism, lack of women above assistant manager rolls. Pay is based on how much you regional likes you, not on numbers. Several occasions where i had the best numbers but the 3rd highest raise percent. Bonuses only for general managers...hello 1980, its a TEAM EFFORT!
Buyers in Evansville, not familiar with other markets, so you dont get what you need. Mens athletic buyer must be color blind, only buys black and grey shoes. Kids buyer buys the same product every year. Total joke and costing sales.
Great in store team, concept is great
Archaic upper leadership, no willingness to change, horrible product
Cashier and Customer Service (Current Employee) – Erie, PA – May 1, 2017
This was a great job because we only cared about the customers and we made working there fun and exciting for the children and even adults. The most hardest part was making sure that the store is clean and organized before leaving. A shoe store is very hard when organizing because the smallest mistake turns into hours of work.
Lead Cashier (Current Employee) – Gulfport, MS – April 30, 2017
I've been there going on 8 years, just to much favorite umm. but it is a fun place to work everyone gets along, everyone works well together, but management is terrible. I love my job, i love waking with people, i love helping everyone that come in the store, everyone get along, my quotes to everyone in the tore is team work make the dream work.