2nd Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – July 17, 2018
You learn quiet a few things here, operations. But not worth the pay. If your looking to grow within the company it’s also not worth it. Might be depending on the district manager. But you can find a better pay somewhere else as an associate then here as a manager. Don’t get me wrong I met some amazing people at Skechers that’s the only thing that kept me through it while working there
I've worked for Skechers as a Sales Associate for almost 2 years and I never had any problems with the management or the team. I really enjoyed my time working at my first Skechers location but that has changed as I transferred to a different store due to my location. The transfer process went on smoothly due to my old store manager, but the new store I am currently working at lacks acknowledgement on basic company policies and professionalism. I was really looking forward to growing with Skechers but the amount of rotation of store managers during my time working here has made it difficult to arise and I find it even more difficult to do so when the team has no clue on how to do things the right way.
Sales Lead (Current Employee) – United States – July 12, 2018
The job is easy, stock shelves, help customers and repeat. The district manager is horrible, sets the team up for failure and belittles them. Would absolutely never recommend this job to a friend. My management was awesome, we tried our very best to keep the store up to par, but it was never good enough. There was a flaw in everything apparently. The most enjoyable part of the job for me was getting that hands on customer service experience and making sure our customers had the best possible shopping experience they could have.
I've learned to never over work yourself with this company, very little acknowledgement and something is always wrong in somebodies eyes. Can never get a good job.
50% off Discount x4 per month x1 Free pair per year.
Sales associate (Current Employee) – Daly City, CA – July 11, 2018
It Is usually busy on the weekend, but the time goes by quickly! You learn so much about different styles that you actually become a shoe expert. Management is great and so are the people you will work with. You will be expected to greet customers, provide customer service, work on the floor/stock, and cashier.
1st Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 28, 2018
Working for the company and the location I was in, it allowed myself and other staff to interact with customers whom traveled across the world for conferences, vacation, etc. Understanding the features and benefits that shoes have also play a large role with our customers. In order for us to be successful in maximizing sales, we always received product information on new styles and shoes that were released so we can assist customers in picking shoes that best fit their needs. Also,being in a management position further allowed myself to understand how businesses can be successful and continue to strive each day. Since this location was in downtown, the workplace culture was always vibrant and positive. Interacting with people from around the world made the job fun and intriguing and also exciting to come into work each day because we never know whom we will interact with that day. This is a great company to work for who constantly allows us to learn new things each day and provide us with great resources and training tools to ensure we are successful in our role.
SECOND ASSISTANT MANAGER (Current Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – June 24, 2018
Skechers has a lot of high standards when it comes to operations, sales, management, and pretty much everything else. It can be a lot, but you learn a lot working for this company. Working here will definitely put you in a good place of growth even if you don't stay with the company.
Retail Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – June 23, 2018
A typical day at work is first shifting the shoes on display , making them neat and presentable for the customers . approaching customers and starting a conversation then ultimately bringing them to the cashier and ringing them up . after we do that for about 4 hours we then fix the display boxes before the closing shift and finally leave .