Seasonal Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – November 9, 2016
Century 21 Department Stores Brooklyn, NY
•Ensure that the “Select Your Best” training is utilized to recruit a qualified group of cashiers to exceed expectations and build a company bench.
•Utilize bank-line and register merchandise to drive multiple unit sales.
•Consistently coach cashiers on how to improve their handling of transactions and awareness of Century 21 policies and procedures.
•Partner with Guest Experience Management team to ensure that your cashiers are properly trained to deliver an “Amazing” transaction. Through your leadership utilize and reinforce “Amaze” training to coach cashiers to exceed customers’ expectations
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 6, 2016
This place is where adults come to work. Working here was like visiting family that I did work for. If you know how to be responsible for yourself and your own actions, you will thrive. If you cant keep up with the bare essentials of respect and teamwork, you will fail. Love that place.
Random free lunches, understanding of health needs, bathrooms stocked with necessities
Dropship Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 9, 2016
The company hires people seasonally and you are in competition with other seasonal workers for a fulltime permanent position. They don't hire based on skills and what you have to offer but more in regards to who you make friends with. Besides that everyone is cool.
Operations Associate (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 16, 2016
Nice place to work Learned how to ship item The owner would walk around sometimes co-workers were always working hard 10 hour shift was hard because you're constantly moving throughout the day The hour break is the most enjoyable part
Seasonal Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – January 11, 2016
A good seasonal opportunity, but limited full time positions make it impossible for the company to keep every seasonal hire that performs well. The hardest part of the job is getting there. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing customer feedback, which was usually very positive.
Monthly company snacks and company lunches, holiday dinners, gift certificates for good attendance
Limited hours, underqualified or underperforming management
Seasonal Customer Service Drop Ship Associate (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – January 14, 2016
I really enjoyed working at UncommonGoods. The people are very helpful and fun to work with. Management is really helpful and respectful. They don't treat anyone better an anyone else. I've learned some much new things from UncommonGoods, this season was a little stressful but with great help from my co-workers and management we got the job done.
Warehouse Operations Lead (Current Employee) – Brooklyn New York – April 29, 2015
It's a cool place to work. Its hard work but everyone does their part to get the job done. No one is really on your back because the managers trust you. This is a company that cares about your well being. I have come to work sick and the CEO told me to stay home because he wants me at 100%. Its little things like that makes me live working there.