Good Feet
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Link
    Good Feet website
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Sales Associate in Eugene, OR
on October 28, 2019
A majority of the time spent is sitting, very slow days. The sales rotation depending on where you are can really mess up your numbers. There is a lot of people who end up coming in not wanting to spend $400 dollars on Arch Supports. The supports seem to break down Pretty fast so you will see a lot of return customers...Ultimately with the supports it's a 3 step system that ends up being $1200 total. So pe prepared To avoid the cost of the will have a lot of people be shocked or upset. I feel like the company would do better if they lowered the daily average because they end up firing a lot of people for not making a $500 daily up average. They will tell you to focus on helping the customer and to not focus on the numbers, then write you up for not making your numbers. They will hire your replacement in front of your face before they even fire you. You have to be pushy and not empathetic to work here.
Store Manager in Charlotte, NC
on March 2, 2021
As a current store manager in Charlotte I am pleased with the abundance of education and training we give our teams. We are very supported and well compensated.
Store Manager in Tualatin, OR
on October 18, 2020
You need to tell them if you make any decisions about anything. They obsessively micro manage any minor decision you need to make as a manager and if you don't report it to your supervisor immediately it will lead to a written warning. Though they Micro manage you, they are somehow never around to train you how to do things correctly and if you reach out to upper management for assistance. They merely quote company policies on how to complete said job correctly, masking the fact that as upper management they have never been requested to or trained to do to the task themselves.
Fitter in Oregon
on January 30, 2020
First off, if you want job security this isn’t the job for you. When you get hired they say you have 90 days to make your numbers but actually they’ll cut you at 60, which means you have to try and sell a minimum of $500 to each person who walks in to even think about keeping your job. If you don’t successfully meet that you are OUT and they are quick to get rid of you. Didnt happen to me saying this cause I’ve seen it happen a lot! Now let me tell you, selling someone a $1272 system is not easy. This company expects you to look at your clients like they are walking money signs. Greet and seat them and do everything you can to make them believe they need orthotics even if they’re in the store looking for socks. It’s a joke. Believe the poor reviews. They pay you good hourly cause they most likely won’t have to pay you for long. ITS THE TRUTH PPL, this company doesn’t care for their employees. If you aren’t making them money every time someone walks in you are a waste of space in their store. This company can’t manage to hold on to any sort of Manager. Makes sense when they’re dealing with someone who manages like Medusa. DONT WORK HERE
Store Manager in Oregon
on October 27, 2019
I went into this company with a spring in my step and a renewed sense of self worth after finally getting out of the soul-crushing job I had held for the previous 6 years. Good Feet promised me a lot: -A great starting salary -Full benefits after 60 days -Comprehensive training and support to successfully run my team and store -A fully staffed location to run with a fully trained team of employees In the end the only benefit to being here was the salary. I was trained in the sales pitch and demonstration for the first 2-3 weeks. My actual management and operations training was rushed and left incomplete. I had little to no support or feedback from my district manager, was placed in a store with a history of issues, and given a team that was relatively new to the company, and struggling. Apparently I was expected to completely turn everything around in a month and a half . . . Owners and upper management don't seem to get it and expect miracles --how is a location supposed to magically reach a sales goal that is 40% more than what they sold in a given time frame the year before? How is one person supposed to magically change a toxic store culture overnight? How is someone supposed to succeed in areas where they weren't given the proper training? I drank the Kool-Aid about this company when I was hired on, and ignored the warnings I heard about how new-hires were treated. If you were brought on back-in-the-day, you can do no wrong and they will bend over backwards for you --including when that person does something unethical or potentially illegal. If you come in new, expecting the time and support to effect real change, forget it. The company comes off as a clique that can't stop congratulating itself and its senior members, while pushing new additions through the meat grinder with no patience or effort to actually make real change. The biggest problem is that the owners and upper management will still continue to make a ton of money off of their over-priced products regardless of how middle management and retail employees are treated.

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