Sales Associate Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Sales Associate?
Sales Associate in Leesburg:
Pros: I truely enjoy interacting with customers and working with something I like, in shoes. I enjoy the people I work with to an extent and just meeting new people.
Cons: I do not like the pay. I do not enjoy the stores location. I do not particularly like how the company handles certain situations revolving around employees. Sometimes the lack of technology advancement is also inconvenient.
Sales Associate in Independence:
Pros: Its close to home. Fast and safe.
Cons: Stress level the perks.
Sales Associate in McPherson:
"Hard work, not enough payout."
Cons: Not enough training or support.
Sales Associate in Concord:
Pros: Interaction amongst clients & 'fellow' employees.
Cons: Certain behaviors throughout the day.
Sales Associate in Southampton:
Pros: SELLING BEAUTIFUL PEICES TO CUSTOMERS. I LIKE BEING ABLE TO ENGAGE WITH PEOPLE RATHER THEN SITTING AT A DESK.
Cons: PEOPLE WHO ARE RUDE, AND ACT LIKE YOU ARE BENEATH THEM.
Sales Associate in Madison:
"Challenging, but exciting."
Pros: Everyday is different, and I am constantly moving. I get to help customers find exactly what they want.
Cons: There are customers that are rude or difficult.
Sales Associate in Culver City:
Pros: I love how flexible my schedule is. I am able to chose to switch shifts or give away shifts in order to fit my personal schedule. Most of the time I am not supervised by a manager and this allows me to take my own initiative on my own to-do list at work, along with making me feel comfortable on making decisions to keep the floor running smoothly.
Cons: My job is base on attendance points, so even as life happens, you still lose points. If your balance is zero, you are automatically fire. Store expectations are some times unreal or underestimated, either way, the employees get the pressure. On busy days, managers believe that we can be on the floor answering questions for costumers, picking up clothes from the floor, doing go backs, checking fitting rooms every hour and in reality we are just stuck on the register helping out a long line of costumers to checkout.