ASSISTANT TO STORE MANAGER (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – December 1, 2015
Overall, a good company to work with. I have been with this company for 8 years and have worked my way up. This location is closing as of the end of this year and I would like to find a full-time permanent position in the month of January 2016.
No longer provide health insurance. Not enough family time.
Manager (Former Employee) – Rehoboth Beach, DE – July 8, 2018
I worked here for 10 years.. from high school started at rhe bottom and worked up to branch manager... Horrible management..! I remember it was 2013, i was just married and had my first child... they called to tell us they were cancelling our health insurance within a month! You will work every holiday, weekend and kill yourself for a company that would replace you in a heart beat if you died and wouldnt care.. manager before me worked there for 30 years.. the came in one day and just told her that he time was done and to leave the store.... .... WHAT! Dont make a career out of this company... i cant believe they are still operating honestly!
I wish they was still open at the location I was at.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – May 29, 2018
Kitchen Collection was a great place to work. I really wish the location I was at didn't close. I did alot of hiring and also inventory. I took the morning deposit and night deposits to the bank. They opened a new location at the outlet mall now.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Birch Run, MI – May 27, 2018
Co-workers were great but management was lacking. Frequently they would disappear into the back and offer very little assistance. The days weren't very busy which provided a lot of down time to complete other tasks. Taught me my customer service skills. Hours were severely lacking as 10 hrs a week was the norm.
Packed store with lots of merchandise- much of it is unneccessary
Key Holder (Former Employee) – Kansas City, KS – April 22, 2018
It can either be fast paced or slow for hours with not much to do. I could usually find something to do, but I struggled with some of Corporate rules- We weren't allowed to play music, which many customers commented on and made for long, boring days for the employees.
Retail manager (Former Employee) – Florida – April 12, 2018
I was a salaried manager .Upper management was constantly on my back about working more .when i started min hours were 44 when i left i was working 60.small raises .Nothing is ever good enough for them no matter how hard you work .and those sexret shopper reviews are ridiculous when you have 30 people in the store and you get written up because you didnt suggest another item .Salary is low for the work load and unloading pallets in rain and 100 degree weather in dress clothes doesnt cut it then having to price sticker all of it.inneficient way to handle inventory!it should already be priced and brought into the store not 100 yards away.to load on carts and haul into store
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Crossville, TN – March 6, 2018
I twerking for kitchen collection the people were great the management was okay I love the job and the people helping people suggesting sales and seeing what came in from week-to-week merchandising and getting to know the product and pushing myself to see if we can meet the goals provided by company.
Management is great all of the time. A typical day of work is fun and challenging as it should be. I learned how to improve my people skills in jut a few days.The hardest part of the job would be learning all the products in the store while the most enjoyable part is interacting with people all the time.