Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Sales Associate in Los Angeles:
This job is taken seriously. It will take time to be at level where you can take orders over the phone with customer. 6 months of a time. Once you get the hang of it, you will be fine.
Sales Associate in Braintree:
Stay focused ,make sure you have product knowledge and continually working on training.
Sales Associate in Merrillville:
"Contacts are Important."
Selling Jewelry at an Independent Jeweler is not confined to the store. Bringing Customers to buy is an important part of the job. Every contact outside of the store is a potential future customer.
Sales Associate in Fargo:
Get a good night's rest and be on time. Ears and eyes open. Don't be afraid to ask questions.
Sales Associate in Dallas:
"One thing at a time!"
Get a good nights rest. Arrive early to catch up on any unresolved issues from the day before. Keep a clean desk area. Read as much as you can about your field and industry. Learn from your associates on what to do or NOT to do.
Sales Associate in Houston:
I wish I knew more about my boss/manager. She is controlling, manipulative, and promotes poor customer service.
Sales Associate in Orange Park:
"How to maintain stress management."
Be prepared to speak to customers. Don't be afraid go admit you don't know something a guest ask you.