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Upper management sucks
Intimidation is part of their job description
Always negative on visits

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You have so many great people that leave due to not being compensated commensurate to what is being asked of them. You need to pay them a living wage and/or a wage that could support a college student while working part time. Associates I know have to work several jobs. Imagine how much more you could grow the company if you had them devoted to Pier 1 instead of splitting their time in order to make enough money. You say you value the employees...how about you compensate them like you mean it.

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How ever the company pays. bi weekly

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Be niece treating people and help each other

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I had a group interview. My group was a set of 15 people, interviewing for two different stores at once. Many questions that are typically asked, were asked and then a few more creative ones. We also had to act out with one another and sell an object to the other person. Overall, the experience was a good one.

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The hour are so few, that the stores have a high Associate turnover rate. It makes the customers unhappy to learn that the employee they learned the name of & made a great connection with "Just last week" won't be back to work for another 6 days because the associate is only allowed to work 12 hours a week.
It makes the employee feel like they are consistently letting their customers down.

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Upbeat and positive with the correct leadership

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It was okay

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There is not an option to work from home; Benefits are restricted to only FT and management employees, with the exception of any state mandated paid time off.

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We were planning on moving and it was only suppose to be a temporary job.

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