7 years and a lot of changes
Retail Shop Manager (Former Employee) – Glendale, AZ – August 8, 2018
When I first started with the company it was very easy to understand your role in the company and store, and there was an answer in one of the big books for any question you have. A new location, and the management is clearly disjointed from that principal. It makes work inconsistent and stressful. Minimal management training- all policy and procedure. Decision making and judgement calls are not taught or work shopped, they are a case by case with your chain of management. Corporate is slow with changes in payroll, address changes, new hire processing. There are about 3 overlapping systems in check for inventory and sales- moving from one to another and they are still working out the kinks about a decade later.. "Flexible hours" means if there are emergency changes needed to the schedule, you're getting called and pressured into covering for minimal hours to avoid overtime.
Free uniforms, free samples, fun enviroment
purchase your own nylons- mandatory, minimal vacation accrual/approval, slow corporate web