When working for this company, I was selling remote control helicopters and accessories for mobile games at the time in a mall kiosk. My responsibilities were pretty simple; stocking the kiosk, performing live demonstrations of products, working the register, and closing up the kiosk.I thoroughly enjoyed demonstrating the fun you could have with the products we sold.
I would not recommend this job to nobody and job seekers need to look at some other job / company
Retail Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Poplar Bluff Mo – July 15, 2018
I started working February 5th for this company I had 6 stores starting out I did a lot of traveling for them and a lot of work I merchandised and put up displays took counts and stocked the hardest part of this job is dealing with the pressure of store ( Wal-Mart ) managers all day long the job does not offer NO Benefits The company took away all 6 of my stores and now I have only got 2 stores per week that is not a pay check and it is not worth my time I get 8 hours a week now because this company decided to take all my stores away that I was traveling each week and give them to another employee this is an insult to me when I haven't even quit or resigned from working here I wish that I never heard about Premium and its stores it is a messed up company they don't know half the time what they are doing and the communication and training is terrible they do not give you any praise for anything that you do you are on your own doing those stores that they have your also running your gas and mileage up on your car but they don't care about that even though they pay a few cents per mile they just want you to get those stores done for that week
Territory Manager (Former Employee) – Arkansas – July 9, 2018
This company offers you your choice of work says reinbusrtment for gas. It also trains you how to profe r your job and utilize all your resources holiday bonuses and also cares ,helps and maintain there employees welfare
I am in love with Premium and it is a great team to be a part of. The only negative thing I would say is not having the opportunity for full time status to receive any form of benefits. Other than that its perfect.
With this job you are able to be yourself, without someone standing over you all day telling you you're doing wrong. No one will no if you mess up learn from your mistakes and correct it next time, Enjoy yourself and the joc
Store Representative (Current Employee) – Virginia – July 6, 2018
Was told when I was hire I would be bumped up to $12/hr because of my experience, still at a pay rate of $11.25/hr. Also was told it would be 21-30- hrs a week and that is completely not true! When you have to pay for day care your pay check will simply be going to your babysitter!
Territory Manager (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 2, 2018
My husband worked here. I didnt ever get to see him. They work holidays. They take advantage of a hard workers like him. They dont care about family. And they dont even pay enough for him to be out on the road all the time. Horrible company to work for. Dont recommend it of you have family you want to see all the time.
Merchandising (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – June 28, 2018
A typical work day was was starting at 9 am an having a meeting with the group then spitting up to do individual assigned tasks after four hours of work taking lunch. After lunch another quick meeting an working again till task were completed. Great place to work plus the option to travel if desired to.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Minnesota – June 26, 2018
I worked 90 hours a week, mostly 7 day work weeks. I had my own stores plus covered stores due to lack of other merchandisers. I had drive times between stores of over an hour, yet didn't get drive time. The bonuses that were promised for covering stores weren't paid out, not was mileage. Forget about benefits.
I enjoyed the independent work environment and planning my week according to where I wanted to work on a particular day. But prior months of the various weekly projects not getting done due to the stores not having a merchandiser was horrible. The managers were angry and called corporate to complain, so that became my fault. The store managers didn't even know what merchandising companies were servicing what clients. Again, my fault.
Other merchandisers in the area are elderly, and when servicing my stores for some reason or covering stores, shopped or chatted with store employees only. I was witness to this and also fielded management complaints. It was too much to cover for.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Missouri – June 25, 2018
They will tell you anything to get you to pickup extra work projects. Never have enough employees to cover areas, so are asked to got to other locations. Clients, stores are not happy due to no reps being in stores because can’t get anyone hired for Positions.
Pet Ambassador (Former Employee) – Union City, TN – June 20, 2018
Well paid job to check brand stock and to share brand information with customers. Collaboration with store employees was sometimes difficult, but it was do-able. Occasional need to provide customer assistance for in-store questions
Representative and Trainer Specialist (Former Employee) – Chesterfield, MO – June 10, 2018
I left my full-time position from another company on the idea I would be full-time and was told I had to work 3 weeks before I would become full-time. The Full-time position never came even though I worked over 40 hours a week. I lost my benefits by taking this position.
Independent work schedule
Didn't pay the mileage I was told I was going to receive during training, Never had training for advancement, nor was it a full-time position as promised.