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Not fixed at all! They just implemented a new automatic scheduler that creates schedules based on needs of the business. If you need a day off you request it but rarely will you be given the same days off unless you are the Brand leader (store manager) or visual Merchandise Manager

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For an associate: you meet with the hiring manager at the store. For management: you talk to the regional recruiter over the phone, meet with a hiring manager at a store, then meet with a district manager

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Depends on the position. Associates- probably a week. Managers- could take up to a month.

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Paid time off varies with tenure. After 3/5/10 years it increases. You start out with 6 personal days and 2 weeks vacation I believe.

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S: 11a-8p
M: 6a-3p
W: 6a-3p
Th: 8a-5p
F: 8a-5p

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District managers need more interaction with department managers at store level. To get to know them and support them. I met mine for 10 minutes once. After working there for a year and a half.

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I do not feel passionate about going to work every day.

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I believe it is primarily part time.

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A Department Manager rarely participates in visuals. They may assist in some merchandising if in a smaller store. The visuals are done by the Visual team, which consists of a Visual Merchandising Manager, Merchandisers (depending on the location), Display Coordinator (the individual responsible for building and creating displays), and a Visual Sales Associate (an assistant to the Display Coordinator who is also a Senior Sales Associate). Sometimes there is a Visual Intern who is a sales associate that assists the VSA and DC on certain days and receives college credit for their intern hours (they are paid).

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