Former Employee (Former Employee) – Texas – February 7, 2017
This is a mall job which pays better than most jobs in a mall. You learn about vitamins and supplements and other nutritional factors on improving your lifestyle. They keep up with the fads and treads. Some products are improved. You earn an hourly wage and some commision. Hours are usually part time unless you work full time and get benefits. You all the operations in the store level - stocking, cleaning, setting up displays, and consulting and selling customer the supplements they need.
2nd Assistant (Current Employee) – Clovis, CA – January 30, 2017
At work I help customers find what they need either it be a program or just specific vitamins. I learned what vitamins help specific medical issues and what has and has not worked for customers. The only thing that is difficult would be what all vitamins do and remembering everything. The environment is good and comfortable along with being fun.
Nice and educational place to work at. You get to meet new types of people everyday who speak different languages. A good place to become a big helper
International dr - Nutritional Advisor/ Salesman (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 5, 2017
A typical day at work is fun & educating. I learned the benefits of taking the proper vitamins. Management is supportive. My co-workers are friendly and helpful. I enjoy every part of my job no part is hard. The most enjoyable part of my job is to teach a customer a new way of improving his health.
Learn new health remedies, come in contact with other kinds of people.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Merrillville, IN – January 1, 2017
• Manage store operations by ensuring exceptional performance and excellent customer services • Assist customers in all aspects of store services including handling complaints and inquiries • Ensure banking is manage efficiently and cash and receipts are reconciled • Manage weekly inventories • Coordinate sales promotions and provide sales targets
SENIOR STORE MANAGER (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – December 26, 2016
This company was great in 2010 when I joined. The management team was superb and there was room for advancement. Upon moving states and managing multiple stores, most of the advancement opportunity was downplayed and they brought in District Managers from failing companies such as Radio Shack. They continued to try and fix sales problems by cutting commissions and bonuses and implementing custom sales strategies that were ineffective. None of the managers I trained or worked with in my time there are still working for the company, and the company is slowly failing.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Waterloo, NY – November 7, 2016
I was brought on for part-time work, within one month of hiring I was promoted to assistant store manager full-time. After less than a year of working as the assistant, I was promoted to store manager. The pay is on the lower side of what most retail managers make but the work comes quickly and is pretty easy for the most part. Managers make bonuses when monthly goals have been met. The only downside is finding the right people to work in an industry like this; staffing can cause lots of headaches.
Opportunity to advance, opportunity for overtime.
Staffing at times, on call everyday in case no call/no shows
since this job was my first real job every it was a great experience.. ive learned so much about a lot of products that I still use until now on my personal time. my coworkers were very helpful & understanding, they were also great to work with. the hardest part about vitamin world was answering the many different questions each customers had. the best part about working was that I got to learn something knew every single day & being able to interact with other people was a prize. it was a great experience for my first job, im looking forward to experiencing another great job.
Natural living assistant (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – October 31, 2016
Like any job, it has its ups and downs. This is the perfect job for someone like myself who wants pay to work around school and family life. I didn't stay as long as I'd hoped because management sucks. There is no moral at this place