Working hours are good for someone that is a student or needs a casual part time job. For someone seeking a full time career at Sunglass Hut right away would be unrealistic. But, there is definitely room for growth if you work within the company.
Answered - Sales Representative (Former Employee) - Montclair, CA
Based on store to store
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Lakeland, FL
Flexible especially with school
Answered - Sales Representative (Current Employee) - Nashville, TN
The working are are fine and very understanding if you need time off. I would recommend this job to someone who is looking to learn on expanding there inventory skills or sale skills with this company.
Answered - Inventory Control Specialist Supervisor (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Theyre pretty extensive in management and a little lax for all other positions.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Littleton, CO
No nagging on going into overtime for a good reason.
However, based on what store/mall you work on, particularly around holiday time, hours can vary and intensify.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Bloomington, MN
If you are a full time employee you are guaranteed 30 plus hours a week. Casual part times may get between 4-10 hours per week. If it is around the holidays those hours can definitely double.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Baton Rouge, LA
Not good, SALES associates were getting more hours because they were older and had bills to pay.
Answered - Sales Supervisor (Former Employee) - Palm Desert, CA
Usually worked between a 6-8 hour shift. flexible hours due to school commitments
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Burlington, VT
You can never go above your scheduled hours, if you do, expect to be in trouble the following week.
40 hours/store manager
32 hours/sales manager
24 hours/sales supervisor
3 hours/part timer associate/week
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - United States