Shiekh Shoes
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Shiekh Shoes Careers & Employment - Working at Shiekh Shoes

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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
  • Industry
    Department, Clothing & Shoe Stores


Salary estimated from 70 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 285 reviews and is evolving.


Fashion Stylist in Ontario, CA
on May 7, 2021
My team was amazing and incredibly creative which made work really fun most of the time and we were able to feed off of each other. However, our supervisor although fairly laxed was not a great leader and did not understand how to behave as a manager very well. The work process was disorganized and you kind of flew by the seat of your pants. If you make the best of it and use it as a learning experience it can be a good stepping stone type of job. If you need your leader to lead you.. good luck. Our day began with shooting either product or lifestyle photos for the day. We bagan shooting at 10am. We were shooting about 25-30 outfits on product days and 7-10 outfits plus 7 accessories for lifestyle shoot days. Our team was made up of three photogs, one stylist, and one to two models depending on the need. We didnt have a budget so a lot of the things we did we came up with and just used what we had. This was one of the best and worst parts of the job. You become a great problem solver and incredibly resourceful but things take more time and lots of patience.
Sales Associate in Tacoma, WA
on May 25, 2021
I worked at shiekh shoes for about six months and I loved it the first month. Our assistant manager got moved to manager and she took the position and she was completely unprepared for it. Just working here is literally chaos
Cashier and Sales in Redondo Beach, CA
on March 13, 2021
In my experience, the manager and assistant manager are both great. Everyone has nice humor, does their job, help you out, and feels like a team. Manager is very understandable and reasonable. Work can be slow because of COVID, but it's always nice to be working surrounded by cool people.
Store Manager in Arrowhead Ranch, AZ
on February 18, 2021
Never work for this company, 6 days a week, only Sunday off, no sick pay. It’s a hassle to get a day off, it’s a hassle to get your vacation, pressure about sales, unprofessional, overall garbage . I don’t even know if they still in business.
Store Manager in Ontario, CA
on September 18, 2020
its a family based company, owner is the president and good person. He made two of his nieces VP, who cant be near VP in normal conditions or in a normal company. Alot of corrupt people works in the main office people faked the numbers to show theirselves good, these were the main reason they filed bankruptcy and closed alot of stores.

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Interview insights

Insights from 58 Indeed users who have interviewed with Shiekh Shoes within the last 5 years.
Favorable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

How old am I, how much I want to get,where I come from,

Shared on December 18, 2017

I was asked questions about my availability, my previous work experience, age, and strengths.

Shared on June 27, 2017

"What do you think you can do for the company?" "Have you ever worked retail before" yada yada

Shared on March 31, 2017

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