Part Time Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – May 14, 2014
A typical day at work would be very busy, mainly busy on weekends. Helping alot of customers, also ringing up customers at the register. The most enjoyable part of the job is just helping customers finding what they need.
Technician (Current Employee) – Humacao, PR – May 17, 2018
A typical day at work includes many tasks and friendly partnership. I've learned from the quality of the product we make to the complete technical part of our circular knitting machines to also the programing.
Key Holder (Current Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – May 17, 2018
A typical slow day, shipment and communications were priority. When a customer comes in the priority shifted to them . We encourage every team member to make their goal for the day by making themselves easily accessible to the customer.
Key Holder (Current Employee) – West Branch, MI – May 10, 2018
A typical work day : I open store and count in tills, mon weds and friday we go the bank. I straighten up store until it time to open. I receive shipment abuout 1030 am and check it in to the computer and start hanging and steaming in between customers. We keep track of kpis hourly and send a 12 o clock read and. 3 o clock read to the dm
Due house (Former Employee) – Clarksville, AR – April 24, 2018
They take forever to get you off of the temp service payroll and they lie straight to your face and tell you they are going as fast as they can. You are constantly belittled for your work machines are in poor condition at best safety features when they break or wear out they do not repair them or replace them at best they tie a pair of pantyhose around it and go on.
Everything from the front parking lot to receiving in the back.
Good company overall, but people were the best part of the company
Director (Current Employee) – Winston-Salem, NC – April 13, 2018
Working at Hanes has been enjoyable overall, but over the course of years, I have seen the company deteriorate in the areas of work/life balance, expectations of employees, some benefits, and quality of work life. People are collaborative and culture is slower-paced. However, management has put expectations on employees to deliver more and more, with less. So this puts a real burden on the common worker/employee in terms of hours worked and what needs to be delivered. Upper management is very cozy, and have been there for a long time (benefit), but they joined at a time when the retail environment was different, and have not changed to keep up with the times.
Learned how to communicate better in a competitive atmosphere, to keep things organized. I learned how to take measurements and I learned how to help women feel better in there own skin with the products being sold.