I have worked in multiple Na Hoku locations over the past 10+ years. While I have worked with a couple of managers that weren’t very competent, some sharky salespeople & a few obnoxious customers, I doubt there is any company that wouldn’t have these same difficulties. Overall, managers seem to really be invested in their stores, most have great core teams that work really well together & customers tend to be really, really nice.
They pay commission on all sales plus bonuses for making your monthly sales quota and various contests. The quotas seem to be fair; most of us rarely miss it.
There’s a definite advantage to selling exclusive, well-made jewelry from your own factory.
Flexible schedule, Family owned, mostly exclusive jewelry, Hawaiian music all day, employee discount, paid vacation
Sometimes it’s boring when there are no customers for hours