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You really need to put yourself out there to earn those hours. New associates of course aren’t going to get 15+ hours weekly, in fact they’ll start you out on slow nights like Mondays and during the week. But, if they ask you to pick up any shifts, which they most likely will — TAKE THEM. Taking the shifts is your in to more hours; if they see you picking up someone else’s slack, theyll definitely start to just schedule you regularly. Being reliable is the best way to get the hours, pick up any shift you can. Managers are super understanding too, so ask if there’s any shifts that can be picked up or just ask nicely for more hours... but if you get them don’t complain, because that’ll just send you right back to step one.

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To be fair, you need to look stylish. It’s supposed to be no other brands or anything like that, but honestly sometimes on a slow weekday you can get away with wearing another brand. As for hair color, as long as it looks nice — it’s fine. I have silver hair, and my managers never care! I actually get a lot of compliments, so they think nothing of it.

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I was the one who was encharge of staffing since it was a brand new store. Background checks, job observations and references where the only steps

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Why do you want to work at Justice, previous work experience, experience in retail, how would you sell an outfit to a mother and daughter, situational questions, availability & Why should we hire you. Be prepared to design an outfit! Look around the floor beforehand. I had to create an outfit for an athletic girl.

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A few easy questions and her telling me what a day was like working in the store....pretty easy process.

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It took me a while. Probably four weeks

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Sometimes it is difficut for them to find a shift for everyone, so you might work about two to three days a week.

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At my store, and another store across the street, we do monthly credit comps with a sticker board. The associate who has the most credit card apps will receive usually a $10 gift card to somewhere like Starbucks or Chick-Fil-A, some where in the mall always.

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Depends on the position and manager. Could be the next day, could be weeks from now.

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As a Style Advisor, the hours given per week and the pay in which you receive for those hours is not worth it long term. However, if you are a minor (under 18), this position is perfect for you. Also, if you excel at this position, there is a possibility to work your way up the ladder to a position and pay more suited for long term investment.

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