Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – January 1, 2015
Everyday work at Charming Charlie is full of new events, new promotions, and lots of Jewelry. Very flexible with schedule, specially for students. I enjoy working at charming charlie, Employees and managers are very friendly.
Charmer/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Lafayette, LA – October 21, 2018
Working with other employees and the customers is fun! very few hours, cool for students with no bills. management is poor, always upset and never in a good mood. favoritism is at a high. overall work environment is cool.
Operations Lead (Current Employee) – Buford, GA – October 14, 2018
A typical day includes you being customer focused at all times to drive up company sales. I learned that working the retail industry you have to be patient, because customers can be really snarky. Management was decent. The hardest part of the job was dealing with shipment, and having to open the merchandise and having to push it out on the floor by a certain deadline. The most enjoyable part of the job was having an employee discount.
Style Specialist (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – October 4, 2018
I like the people I work with. But...
It's boring. So, so boring. If there are no customers in the store you are left walking around like a fish out of water. I don't like having nothing to do, and I don't like when the task is easy enough for a 5 year old to do. It's a good job for a 16 year old kid whose parent's are making them work.
Then there's the hours. I live half an hour away from the store, but they are giving me 2 4 hour shifts a week, and I'm "on call" for one day. That paycheck is just not worth the commute at all! Not to mention the assistant manager sits on her rear end, bossing us around, getting paid the most yet doing nothing!
Part Time Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – October 3, 2018
For a typical day at work, I would show up 30 minuted before opening to do the morning paperwork, then I would open the store, help customers, process shipment, recover the floor, etc. I was promoted from my entry level position to a manager after 6 months. I loved the people that I directly worked with, but the new DM made it miserable.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Escondido, CA – September 25, 2018
The job is very boring and requires little to no mental use. It is a job for a 16 year old or a young kid entering the work place for the first time. I've been scheduled for 3 hours for the whole work day to just stand outside and hand out coupons. Nothing else.
Cashier and Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – September 24, 2018
This was my first job out of high school going into college. It was pretty relaxed, associates art pressured to do much for what they are getting paid and the managers at the time were pretty great. I highly recommend this place if you just need a simple part time job.
Productive, colorful company with many chances to advance and learn
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Saint Louis, MO – September 18, 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed working for this company over the 2 years I worked there. The employees, district managers, and regional managers were focused on coaching, redirecting, and pushing employees to their full potential. I learned a lot about management, team culture, and training while at this company. I highly recommend this job to anyone who is interested.
Sales associate (Former Employee) – California – September 18, 2018
working here can get very boring if you arent a creative person; you have to create new tasks for yourself or else youll be staring at the ground for 6 hours. co workers and management made it amazing however; great work environment.
I was lied to at this job, worked to my absolute best and was never good enough, did work while managers and keyholders were off slacking, paid almost nothing, minimum wage. Was told the store was not going bankrupt by MANAGER and ended up never fired or put on the schedule anymore. I saw the store going empty before my eyes. Terrible management. I've heard other stories about the store manager that she was biased, played favoritism, and simply unfair.