While many people know retail is not the most glamorous industry, DIillards is one of the most dulling, unmotivating, and honestly depressing jobs Iv had. The management (with some exceptions) were overworked, and not good leaders and were barley involved in the day to day activities. While there were days where there were things to do, most days were slow and pretty boring, mainly because there were hardly any customers. We also had a sales and credit card quota we were required to make every month (SPH sales per hour). Now, if there were barley any customers coming in, only a few people were going to make sales. My coworker and friend was fired when their review was up because they were not making sales, and they had been there about 2 years. We were either had way to much to do and got overworked, or it was the complete opposite. Hours and pay were not terrible, but it was not enough to keep many of the people there. They have a very high turnover rate and that alone should tell you a lot about management and how the company is run.
no benefits for part timers, not much room for promotion.