Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 11, 2018
I loved working at Aldo, the work environment was fast paced. The people were positive and energetic. Dress code was always fashionable and trendy, customers are usually very friendly and understanding.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Cabazon, CA – August 21, 2018
Great company with amazing vision and core values. Amazing relationship between coworkers. Full of knowledge where one can learn and further develops costumer service skills. Strongly costumer service based.
Full Time Employee (Former Employee) – Houston Tx – August 14, 2018
Now that I work retail for some years and now move into luxury this company can treat you well but the district managers and store managers are so lazy, I had a great manager and they move me to a different location because they needed my help but the store manager for that location itself was so unprofessional, late all the time, will talk behind the staffs back, and will spend her time in the back. On the computer “working”. It was such a bad experience that I had to leave.
Staff can always make you laugh and make it a better place
Part Time Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Monroe, OH – July 6, 2018
Fun work environment. They have a stay gold motto, and the managers help associates to drive sales with it. Managers in stores are wonderful, DM’s and RM’s could use a little more guidance on how many hours to give or not weekly. Otherwise this job was super fun!
Fun culture, but no strong support from upper management.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Burlington, MA – June 6, 2018
You may not always have the support and guidance you need for success. Culture is a fun place to work but they don’t give you a work life balance. They preferably would always want you to work the weekends.
a typical day at work would be around a 6-9 hour shift. learned how to operate their computer system, shipping/scanning revenue. management really emphasized team work and generating sales. hardest part of the job was working on my feet long hours, most enjoyable was interacting with other peers.
hard labor, climbing ladder all day, standing on my feet caring heavy boxes.
Stock Person (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – April 26, 2018
Over all, had a great experience with the crew that was working. Teamwork is present at all times, no one is independent. Overall, the workers worked as a whole team to get the store to function efficiently.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – April 20, 2018
I liked working at Aldo, the only thing I warn before recommending is that it is retail, meaning if we don't make our goals, we don't get hours. At times the shoes were expensive so we did not make our goal and we barely ever got hours.
In the mall
Had to clock out just for a 15 minute break, but managers never clocked out for any of their breaks.
Amazing work place and amazing staff. ( Depends on the manager )
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Topanga Canyon, CA – April 9, 2018
Working at the Aldo Retail group was very fun for many and many reasons. In the beginning because of the amazing staff, It was a very fun/relaxing but yet competitive field of work. Everyone helped each other and was kind. Until our manager got replace. The new manager started cutting the hours of the old employees.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – April 2, 2018
I was in charge of assisting customers throughout the busy holiday. I had daily totals that had to be reached. I learned more about coustomer service and how to work at a steady rate while keeping track of sales and orders.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Troy, MI – March 8, 2018
At first I loved working there, the people were great and dealing with customers wasn't SO bad. If you're going to work here you don't wanna get too attached to your coworkers, they have a high turn over rate, probably due to bad management.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – February 27, 2018
You need a voice and the ability to stand up and lead a team or you are going to fail at being a Store Manager for Aldo. When you start out you are most likely taking over a store that needs to be fixed, knowing that means you are about to work a TON of hours. Blood , sweat and yes, tears! BUT once you have the good, hard working people who WORK for you and things are moving in a great pace that is when you can have a work life balance. It took me a year and half to get that! Over all the part-time work of it is easy. The company lacks training managers and full-filling good manager's time or growth.
Productive Work Place, Great Well-Greeted Customer Service,
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – February 22, 2018
I have enjoyed my experience so far within Aldo since starting in 2017. Ive grasped a lot of operational techniques and advancements. Was taught how to run a small store and how to teach and properly train employees.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Riverhead, NY – February 17, 2018
Manager did not know how to run a store. Store manager comes in hours late while associates will get written up for being 5 minutes late. Managers will stand behind register while associates do shipment, clean and help customers. Worst job I’ve had