Nike Employee Reviews
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Nike was a really fun place to work. There is no commission so it takes a lot of pressure off employees. It is a very easy job as long as you do what you are supposed to do. Management pushes team involvement and always makes you feel comfortable. The pay is okay but it's a retail job so you can't expect much.
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Nike has a very laid back environment. Coworkers are easy to get along with and management is very easy going as long as you get whatever you are supposed to done. Combines fun and work. It can be fast paced at times.
Laid back environment
I have worked for two different Nike stores and let me tell you the coaches and leaders genuinely care! The leaders make sure that you are ready to take on the day.
Nike is an amazing place to work. The managers care about their employees and do anything they can to help them advance if shown the proper interest and desire. It is fun to work there, especially if the team worked together, and got along. We had a blast at work, all the while crushing hourly and daily goals on the regular.
Great atmosphere, fun place, free clothes and shoes
Hours fluctuate, making your it hard to have a consistent meaningful income
The company is a great place to work for, but if you're on the retail end, the pay is pitiful compared to how much money the company makes. Other than that, it is a fun, fast paced job with great people and management.
Cool people, fast paced
Pay isn't all too great
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Great company to work for! Worked as seasonal sales associate. Great staff and management was awesome! I was at the clearance store, which was a temporary location.
Lots of communication, friendly competition for membership sign ups, rewarded good work with acknowledgment, advancement opportunities
Late shifts and long shifts
I work in the strip in Las Vegas. We don’t work off commission, which I guess is understandable even though there’s already a competition for numbers. If all you consider is my numbers and not my work ethic (which I do great in both), I should be getting paid more. For a multi-million dollar store that is worth about the same as Amazon and for a store that expects their employees to be perfect in everything we do, I expect a $15+/hr wage. I make $12.50.. and don’t get full time benefits even though we’re literally all working full time. I get that it’s better for a company to max out employees’ hours and have less employees but that is not right. I signed up for part-time because I’m a full time college student. We’re overworked.
1 hour lunch, health/vision insurance, espp, 40% discount, employee lottery
micromanagement, favoritism, overworked, you have a TB for every single thing, managers don’t do anything, you need to take over a consumer if a manager is helping them out, very poor, you get written up easily, not that many employees
Working as just a sales floor associate taught me so much about good customer service and product knowledge. Management was always so understanding and flexible when making the schedule. Harder to advance in higher roles, but they pay their employees well and offer great benefits for even part-time.
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Worked here on and off but for a total of 4 years. The jobs I had were great but both times my managers were extremely hands off to the point where I didn’t see them sometimes for 3-4 months!
Great Campus, Gorgeous Facilities
Cog in the machine