Jeweler (Former Employee) – Swansea, MA – August 4, 2013
I loved my co-workers, but not the company. I didn't work on the sales floor and don't think I ever wanted to. I would feel so bad when the sales people would get young adults to open up charge accounts and then try to get them to just spend money. I actually saw a young woman come into the store and return a ring because she got a letter from the credit card company telling her to pay or return her merchandise. The district manager was an absolute piece of work. He would come in every couple of months and just stand there staring at you, or he would call several times a day to make sure you answered the phone correctly. That place just wasn't for me and was glad when they laid me off.
your never told your or you've done something wrong until after the fact then they don't take time to show you the correct way they assume you know or when you ask shock and awe affect i wasnt ever fully trained and was made to take calls because of being short staffed everything starts as temporary but ends up permanent