Merchandise Supervisor (Current Employee) – Bloomfield, IA – June 20, 2016
I had to leave the big box to come work at a hometown do to moving to be closer to family. I did like the big box better but hometown is growing on me. I would like to say hometown you can learn more of the jobs the you can in a big box
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – April 6, 2015
I really enjoyed my job there initially but then they got rid of the service desk and shoved everything into one little register. It was a horrible decision on behalf of corporate as it limited us to having only one person at the service desk instead of up to 3. The best thing about this job by far are the people I work with. I feel like management expects us to work like we are being paid twice our salary, it's retail for crying out loud.
co-workers, flexible schedule
no accountability, understaffed, overworked, low pay
Active Shoe Specialist (Current Employee) – St. Cloud MN – April 17, 2015
Being retail you have to be available to work nights and weekends. It sucks because they do schedules on a weekly basis making it hard to make plans. All in all its a great culture though and we work together as a team well. Promotions are always tried to do from within so you have a chance of being promoted but you have to have people leave their positions first. They are not very competitive with wages!!!!
Sales Floor Specialist, Ran hand held CPU (Former Employee) – Doniphan, MO – August 18, 2015
Ran the stocking hand held computer systems to stock the store. Also attended to customer needs and restocking the shelf. Did some maintenance work as well, such as fixing signs, doors, lifts. Did clean up ever night such as swept the floor, cleaned bathrooms and taking out the trash
Easy straight forward work. Management was on task and always together
Cashier (Former Employee) – Lewiston, ID – October 18, 2015
It was almost impossible to find a manager outside of the break room. Also, management should not be passive-aggressive toward their employees. You are there to lead by example and keep things in check.