Q: What is it like working as a Merchandiser?
Merchandiser in Sterling Heights:
"No work life balance."
Besides having to plan your vacation the year prior, its alright. No sick days, no paid time off besides vacations.
Merchandiser in Flanders:
Pros: A good area. Nice people to work with. Relatively close commute.
Cons: Pay is low. Can be very stressful at times.
Merchandiser in Johannesburg:
Pros: It's close to my home and and I am able to spend time with my family.
Cons: Traffic is too bad mostly in early hours.
Merchandiser in Newark:
"Working in Newark can be rewarding."
Pros: The people in my company are like family. They know about me and my family. I work a lot and often.
Cons: My pay rate! The atmosphere is decent and because of this I am able to get a lot done. However, myself and others are greatly underpaid. I want something more challenging and rewarding.
Merchandiser in Bristol:
Pros: Getting to know the managers and associates at each store I go. Keeping things organized is a key priority of mine.
Cons: There is a lot of traveling time, but the lady's I work with call pool to farther locations.
Merchandiser in Wichita Falls:
"Very straight forward."
Pros: - decent pay. - flexible. -good for part timers.
Cons: -very hard to get a raise. -system malfunctions almost constantly. -communication between bosses is horrid. -you are a statistic, not an employee. -rare to get above 25 hours. - NO BENEFITS.
Merchandiser in Plano:
Cons: Lack of communication amongst departments.