Sure, if you really need the job
Manager (Former Employee) – TX – November 14, 2018
PacSun, at all field levels, tends to pay less than the industry average. It is frustrating, as a member of management, to be unable to offer associates, when hiring, any more than minimum wage - as most other retailers throughout the mall offer $8-9/hour, even at entry level. Further, it is frustrating not to be able to offer promotes (both internal and external) the money that they deserve, as the job does tend to be rather strenuous. Assistant managers and sales leads are, however, able to earn overtime, which may soften the blow a little bit. It seems, though, that promotes, once accepting a salaried offer, no matter how large or small the raise they receive, will be expected, more often than not, to work over (and sometimes well over) their allotted 40 hours/week, without overtime, which often negates the raise. The expectations are high, the workload is high, the pay is low.
Discounts, culture, team, fast-paced
No work/life balance, high stress, low pay, working nights/weekends/holidays