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Demonstrate that you value the people who work for you by providing them with the necessary tools to perform their jobs effectively, including developing managers who have an interest in teaching and mentoring sales staff, providing adequate payroll to properly staff stores so that jewelry consultants are free to sell, and office staff are available to take care of administrative tasks without having to worry about achieving very high sales goals in addition to administrative tasks. Provide a compensation package that is competitive in the industry. .25% base commission is not an incentive to sell and is not an adequate commission structure to supplement low hourly wages.

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It was once a good co then along came Kay's

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Stressful environment nothing positive.

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It generally takes a few days to a few weeks. Initial job application, Online testing, store interview, background check.

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No felons are hired at Signet Jewelers.

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Knowing someone who works there already

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After your interview, you can reapply in 90 days.

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There is always room to move up with this company, great opportunities.

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Never a pay raises, expect managers who promise that you will.

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Company does pay unemployment. However if you are terminated, you will not qualify for unemployment.

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