Passionate about product, managment is lacking
A typical day at books a million involves stocking, up selling, assisting customers, event planning, and staff development. Work place culture was always about recommendations on good product for us and customers. We we all passionate about what we did, selling books and other pop culture merchandise. That was the most enjoyable part of the job. Everyone on staff got along like a loving family. I still frequently communicate with people I met while working here. The hardest park of the job was working with unrealistic expectations being put on your team and an extremely unprofessional superior. This company ended up being sued for firing associates because they were unable to push and sell $25 membership cards to customers who did not want them.
unprofessional district manager