Assistant Sales Manager (Former Employee), saint louis – January 21, 2014
Pros: great job for a student in college
Cons: limited growth due to small family business, this was a second job for most employees
Hours can be limited due to business need. Learned many functions of the business which lead to growth. Growth is limited due due small market availability of stores. Hardest part of the day was continual micro management which lead to constant turnover. The best part was the staff in the front and back of the stores which made work exciting.
Great concept for a business model 'weekends only'
Sales Representative (Former Employee), Saint Peters, MO – December 24, 2013
Cons: top management
Great part time job for extra cash plus commission is a 'D' for what its worth. Just like any other sales job, you're fighting for every customer. If you are not attentive to your customer, someone else will get the sale. The sales manager and other employees are pretty easy going and very helpful. The only upside to this company is people running it – more... (top management) have not earned their stripes. Customer Service is lacking at the top level and contradicts for what the company stands, making it hard to serve the customer 90% of the time. The 10% is only possible because sales managers on the floor. – less
Operations associate (Current Employee), St. Louis, MO – August 24, 2013
It is a fast paced warehouse job. A typical day at work includes unloading trailers, assisting customers, doing cycle counts, and whatever your manager tells you to do. The co-workers are the best part about this job.
Operations Associate (Former Employee), St. Peters MO – August 1, 2013
This was a great place to work. It is a job for someone that is wanting a little extra money and is willing to work on the weekend. If you want it as a full time position you will need to be a manager. Great culture and great management.
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Manchester, MO – June 14, 2013
I had fun working at Weekend's Only for the most part, however it wasn't the right fit for me. I learned a lot about how to sell products to customers based on their needs. My managers were nice you could tell they loved their job. My co-workers were very friendly and were always there if I needed help. The hardest part of my job was not closing the – more... sale, because that is what I was getting paid to do, and when i was unable to do that I had to sit down a figure out why. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the customers face when they found what they were looking for. – less