Assistant gardner (Former Employee) – Aurora, IL – January 11, 2018
Signature Retail is a great company to work for. It is very hard work and the hours at first in Spring can get to be very long. My love for flowers and people were a perfect combination. This was a temporary job that started out with long hours but it soon was cut back to very few hours a week.
We could take breaks as needed.
A lot of very tall racks that were very hard to reach without a ladder.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – November 14, 2017
Team lead would complain about being the only one that could do anything right and yet they dont share information about the work due to their own insecurities with the job. Unprofessional work environment. Nobody wants to work with a lead that talks down to you and complains about everything. No wonder they have a hard time getting people to stay with this company.
Part Time Service Rep (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – October 10, 2017
I have been working here for 2 years, as a Part Time Employee. The flexibility I have in completing work is awesome and all reporting is done on line using their reporting system on my phone. the work is in the retail environment, so it can get crazy at times, but most of the issues are not from Signature Retail Services. If you are willing to follow instruction and ask questions when you are unsure, they are willing to work with you and give you guidance.
I see a few negative reviews on here, those must be from people who are un willing to follow the procedures defined by an employer. I was even invited to a call with upper management to state my opinions on company policies and procedures....they even paid me to attend the call and discuss my job with them. what more do you want people????
Very Flexible and easy to communicate with
Retail is always changing so things fluctuate from time to time.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – United States – September 22, 2017
Don't get sick you are gone. Very intrusive record-keeping. unimaginative and unresponsive management. Lots of projects are accepted by the company but make no sense the company is looking to Bill retailers but not really accomplish goals.
Account Representative/ Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Massachusetts and Rhode Island – August 21, 2017
They will follow u by GPS on ur phone. If u take more than 3 minutes from clock 2 store u get a call. Promised 40 got 20 hours. If u have any other opportunities take them and do not believe it when they say u will be paid a 40 hour work week. Management has no ethics
Reset Representative - Part Time (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – December 12, 2016
Resets in Home Depots during the day, mostly revolving around the Bagster bags, and occasionally other small resets. Pay wasn't bad, but must be very attentive to instructions. Cannot simply gloss over anything because you may not understand it.
lots of driving around the metro area, lack of health insurance
relating to customers,Home Depot management,and associates about new products that were available,learning about new products,helping customers trying
Merchandiser/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 18, 2016
relating to customers,Home Depot management,and associates about new products that were available,learning about new products,helping customers trying to find other products within a Home Depot,helping people out was rewarding to me
understanding new product and letting customers, management, and associates, know about these products in other words, getting the word out about the product and company I was representing
Cross Merchandising (Current Employee) – new york city – December 3, 2014
as a field rep job is to interact with workers and customers to get input on the clients products also to assure that the stores are treating the clients product in a fair way best part is you work by yourself mostly all communication is done through email,text and phone
your out by yourself in all stores through your state(area)
the pay back for car expense doesn't come close to what you spend
Garden Merchandiser (Former Employee) – South Carolina – October 29, 2014
Fast paced job that has no future! SRS lost the contract with Berry and started cutting hours early in the season. Management is a JOKE, supervisors are clueless about plants or garden for that matter. My area manager was a gutless liar. Contentiously creating problems where and when there were none. This job is no longer in existence and SRS did nothing to help find new positions.
Garden Center Team- Merchandiser (Former Employee) – East Texas – October 25, 2014
Probably the best part time job I've ever had. Even though working in this position is very independent, and labor intensive, you still get a sense of being on team. There is always someone to help you should you get stuck or find yourself not knowing what to do. I traveled between Longview, Tyler, Mt. Pleasant, and Texarkana every other day, which I didn't mind at all because I love to drive, and you also receive Time and Mileage. The only downside for me was being the middle man between Sigretail, and the Managers at the stores we had merchandise in. A couple of the store managers were extremely passive-aggressive towards me, and that's a problem because clear communication between The Store and Sigretail is very important.
VERY flexible schedule, Time and Mileage (when traveling), Great Co Workers