Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – January 14, 2015
As an associate the job encompassed varied tasks. These tasks were greeting all customers, stalking the shelves, keeping clothing neat, running the cash register, and cleaning the facility prior to end of day. Management was good at training and keeping customers happy. The co-workers were very friendly and cordial. The hardest part of the job was bending and reaching. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping the customers.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Centereach, NY – August 15, 2018
Shifts typically range from four to eight hours Hardest part is dealing with rude customers Management is hit or miss in results with subordinates Most enjoyable part of the job is working with friends
Short breaks, promotes on seniority not meritocracy
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Times Square, NY – August 8, 2018
I worked in the footwear department where most customers usually come when they enter modells it was an amazing vibe in the job you meet a lot of wonderful people from all over the world and it was a great experience working there.
discounted items, meet great sports athlete, free tickets
Head Cashier (Former Employee) – Hamden, CT – August 7, 2018
At the time I worked there the company was ok it wasn’t bad at all. It was hard and very cutthroat at the time. The manager was always yelling and screaming and not understanding where we was coming from as his associates
MERCHANDISER (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 6, 2018
Wrote orders for products and completed orders based on inventory at store. Operated pallet jack / loader. Provided customer service and served as a liaison between the stores and distributors. Assisted delivery drivers with loading/unloading of merchandise. Maintained and cleaned warehouse area
Head Cashier (Former Employee) – bx – August 3, 2018
Management is terrible and unfair, its okay for a first job but you will not move up in this company any time soon. They have favoritism at this job and you will notice it as soon as you start working.
Do not work there if you want to be treated correctly
Cashier/Store Associate (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 31, 2018
I had a horrible experience working there. Most Modell's hire immature teenagers to work in their stores, which causes so many problems with coworkers and customers. I had to leave because management was not doing anything about me being harassed. Modell's does NOT care about their workers.
Sales associate (Former Employee) – Upper Darby, PA – July 25, 2018
Working at modells was fun and had it's down falls at time. One of the downfalls is your always on your feet, and your always moving. Always gonna be on the go working there, but you do get flexible hours and you do get discounted stuff working there so i recommend the job for anybody.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 24, 2018
A typical day at work consists of your opening meeting with the opening manager and co workers. Counting drawers if working register. Price and tag new merchandise and throughout your shift you'll be setting up displays to show product. You'll assist customers in looking for the right product, sizes, and answer any questions if need be.
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Edgewater, NJ – July 24, 2018
Modells is a Great place to Learn the ins and out of a Business.It teaches you to multi-task and how to evaluate the business by seasons. Modells sporting Goods prepares you for any other Job in the Future
As a sporting goods store, its clear that equipment and sporting materials are needed often. Manager would lock up equipment and which slowed down the checkout process. Manager was very aggressive and displayed low tolerance when assisting fellow employees.