Employees start out at a very reasonable wage, but don't expect to get promoted.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – San Marcos, TX – July 3, 2018
A typical day depends on you shift. If you come in at 4 or 5 am you'll be breaking down truck, so opening boxes of new merchandise and adding censors to items that need them. If you come in an hour or two before open, you'll most likely be straightening up the store until open. During store hours, you'll either be a cashier, "salesperson", dressing room or in the backroom looking for more sizes for the sales people. Dressing room you will be helping customers with suggesting items to go with their purchases, getting new sizes from the floor, and folding clothes that were tried on. Sales people will be trying to up-sale items and helping customers find styles and sizes, when they aren't with customers they will be straightening the store. I was there for about 6 months and I never saw one person be promoted, but they did bring in two or three managers from outside the store. They also will not give you very many hours, I was picking up hours to get more and got in trouble for going over 30 hours.
No advancement opportunites