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I left this company for many reasons.

-No room for growth.
-Low pay (Min wage)
-Low/unsteady amount of hours
-Poor management
-High pressure to get customers to apply for store credit card

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Every Friday

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They provide health, dental and vision they have also added pet insurance (I’m sure that’s because the CEO is obsessed with his dog so he probably voted that in). Also, the benefits will literally take half of your monthly income. So, beware. Very expensive with high deductibales (thanks NYCO). None of which applies to a part timer.

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Business casual.

I was allowed to where anything on the sales floor. When it came to clothing of a different brand or clothing that wasn't on our sales floor I was allowed to wear black & white other than accessories.

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They want you to help to do the metro pak. You get paid nothing and they get paid salary.

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Just know that whatever salary you’re getting, raises rarely happen. So, add some inflation to it. You must negotiate or they will milk you. HARD.

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-Better scheduling. The amount of hours this company gives its employees are all over the place & are often very low making the job not worthwhile.

-The amount of pressure when it comes to pushing sales and in store credit cards is way too high!

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Terrible.

When I was working for this company, the amount of hours you worked each week depended on how many credit cards you got customers to apply for. The location I worked at was slow so it was difficult to get customers to apply for the store credit card. Because of this, they gave me very low hours and called me in last minute if I was needed.

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They hired me on the spot.

They have a high turnover rate. They're usually always in need of new employees. If you have customer service experience & are presentable you are very likely to get the job.

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Yes, i was promoted from associate to full time manager

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