Team Leader (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – February 23, 2018
This is a great place to work as a Merchandiser. I started as a Team Lead I have a team of six people that I brought on with me. I see a few bad reviews but you have to understand merchandising most in the field no you most work for more then one company at any given time unless you are in upper management . This is a great company who needs some more good people. Look past the negative I hope to be here along time.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Boise, ID – March 16, 2018
These aren’t ‘real’ jobs. Use extreme caution before spending money on clothes, fuel, etc. It appears the job description did get a little better, though it’s not telling you how infrequently you get work. Just know it’s extra pocket change, not a living.
Tsam Leader Merchansiser (Former Employee) – Iowa Falls, IA – February 15, 2018
This is the most unprofessional, sloppy company that seems to be able to somehow turn a profit. No training. No work-alongs with managers...all over the phone because they're scattered throughout the US. I don't know how companies like Loreal "Covergirl can give them work. They should be a bit more discernable about who represents their products in-store.
I was told during a brief phone interview that I would get plenty of hours...which I did until the end of cosmetic reset season. Then it was 1 hour a week.
They also merchandise Redbox. I was told that I could do that to supplement my hours but it never happened. Now I'm back in a professional position with more pay and an actual corporate structure.
merchandiser (Former Employee) – Montana – February 15, 2018
they advertise up to 40 hours a week, and then after going through everything. You are told then that at most you can do is 20 a month. The hiring process was rushed and not very professionally presented or executed.
lying, deceptive and hiring process is rushed and not professional
Part Time Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Kalispell, MT – January 28, 2018
After being given instructions to do the 1st job, the second I received no contact from Management nor would she return my calls or emails. No on the job training, you just need to know how to do resets.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Tyler, TX – January 7, 2018
First, when I was getting hired i was told it was full time. I was with them for close to a year, I think, cant be sure because i wasnt fired just never heard from them anymore not that I ever heard from them much anyway. In that year I worked a total 2 jobs and when I asked about being full time I was told Seniority gets first pick on the jobs/hours. So basically unless you been there 12+ years dont even bother. The 2 jobs i did get were 3+ months apart and all together they didnt add up to 40 hrs and whatever you do dont upset your scheduler by asking about more work cause you upset her and you wont get anything. Because once again unless youve been there a decade or more and can gossip on the phone, while on the job, with her you wont see the inside of a store....ever. There is NO WAY to support yourself let alone a family with this huge waste of time, job advancement wasnt even thought of, I got more hours and more experience, from a 5 minute job training video from my other jobs then I ever actually worked for this company. It was a complete joke!!! USELESS! Huge waste of my time and energy! This company should be listed under day jobs!!
Client Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – Hanover, MD – September 26, 2017
I have learned so much at Match MG and am thankful for the transferable skills I have acquired. I enjoy working at Match very much; however, there is an issue with work/life balance and excessive extra hours.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Central Valley, CA – July 24, 2017
dont work here manager favors employees and does not know how to talk to her employees and the hours suck they also dont pay you for mileage some of my jobs were over 50miles and my manager would complain.
Team Lead (Current Employee) – Massachusetts – March 13, 2017
This company does not care about their lower level employees. They minimal concerns for an individual home life. All they care about is the job getting done at any cost. The pay is substandard, the company doesn't reward current employees we. This company hire new employees with no experience at $12 - $15 dollars to start while refusing to pay current employees equal amount. They would pay team leads $11 o $12 and require team to train new employees who makes more them. Require that we perform all duties according to budget.
Technical Support (Former Employee) – Halifax – October 26, 2014
I worked as technical support for Match one summer. They told me I would be employed for 2 months, which was perfect because I only needed a job until I returned to school in the fall. However, they only ended up scheduling me for 2 weeks. After asking my boss when I'd be scheduled next he said he didn't know and I never heard back. The same thing happened to about 10 other employees who were working in similar positions. The money was decent and I wish the job would have lasted as long as I was expecting.