The turnover rate in management is ridiculous, and that's because there's so little training and effort put in by the store manager. She picks favorites and if you're disliked, you will definitely be disregarded. The company itself is okay--they offer good benefits--but only to full-time managers. Managers are expected to do multiple things at once with little direction, poor communication, and a lack of time. Tons of theft happens in the store where I worked. I learned a lot about customer servicing, time management, multitasking, and merchandising, but the expectations were ultimately too unrealistic. There were several times when I wasn't allowed to take a break because there was no coverage, and I often had to work 7-9 days in a row without a day off. I could never take vacation, even with over 2 weeks of PTO--it had to be paid out to me at the end. I was sick once out of 6 months and was guilt-tripped relentlessly for it. I didn't feel valued as an employee, and the management was terrible, so I left.
Employee discount, Possibility to bonus
Short/Non-existent breaks, Low pay, Bad management, No time off