Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Williamsburg, VA – January 16, 2019
The company itself has tons of rules and regulations... But when the manager can hire friends and family... And they get to do whatever they want it causes low moral. There are no checks and balances for proper training or how issues are handled. Lots of kids work there with no work ethic whatsoever. Do yourself a favor and skip it.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – January 15, 2019
I went into Vans thinking it was going to be a good place for a young adult to work at. I ended up having to deal with minimal hours due to low payroll, an inept manager, and lots of drama between management and associates alike.
Great place to work. Good pay as long as you work while your own the clock. Almost all jobs at the Mocksville DC are production and pay very good. Climate control building makes for good working conditions. Management is like all places, they have a job to do and try to keep it as fair as possible.Mostly steady work year round
Sales Associate/Keyholder (Current Employee) – Daytona Beach, FL – December 23, 2018
A typical day of work was always upbeat and exciting. Between working at the fitting rooms, cash register or sales floor. I learned the most about customer service and knowing what the customer wants all while meeting the company goals.
inspection (Former Employee) – Seminole, OK – December 13, 2018
A typical day at work was very fast pace and very competive,Alot of merchandise was on demand No mistakes.To insure there was quality work and hundred satisfication customers..I learned to becareful no mistakes so the customer would be satisfied..you also had to pay attenion..I love management if u were having a bad day instead of losing ur job because of quota..They miove you to something lower pace for the night..hardestpart making no mistakes..enjoyable partis how team members looked out for each other.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Gulfport, MS – December 6, 2018
Nice environment to work in all mangers and employees are kind and treated with respect. Job can be stressful but nothing to bad. Loved the employees everyone care about each other feels more like a family
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Draper, UT – November 29, 2018
I had so much fun working here, it was fast paced without making me feel like I couldn't do my job well enough. The managers were really great and had high expectations but also provided the support new employees needed to learn and grow in their positions.
Relaxed atmosphere, quick training, great managers, flexible hours
short breaks, low pay, no benefits, no vacation/sick pay
Sorter (Former Employee) – Visalia, CA – November 29, 2018
Hard working enviroment that gives incentive pay to hard workers. A somewhat independent job where you hold yourself accountable. your mistakes are noticed through the computers so you have to be vigilant and aware or you can be let go.
Selector (Former Employee) – Mocksville, NC – November 21, 2018
They cooked meals every wed night and the people are great and nice. They help you go place in life and helpout with anything else you may want. They buy shoes for you once a year and jerry is a boss there and a great one
Store Manager/District Manager (Former Employee) – Rehoboth Beach, DE – November 19, 2018
One of the most enjoyable companies that I have work for. Upper Management and Corporate were always upbeat and helpful. Had to relocate to Austin, TX and there were no positions with the company available in that area.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Reading, PA – November 12, 2018
The VF is an ok job to go to if it's your very first job in high school or you're a college student living at home. The store manager is very nice and they actually work on the floor along with the other workers. Last holiday season was very busy, but it made time go by fast. You're bound to make a good friend or two here because everyone works together.