Based on 4,763 responses, the job of Sales Associate has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.58 out of 5. On average, Sales Associates are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Sales Associate?
"Busy, lots of retailers. Vacation town."
Sales Associate in Hyannis:
Pros: Everything is close by
Cons: Traffic, tourist, weather, road work
"Great company to grow within."
Sales Associate in San Diego:
Pros: It's not just a sales position, it's flexible to learn more about areas such as Visuals and Stock and customer service.
I worked as Lead Cement Mason at the Physical Plant Department of the University. Working their was a wonderful experience. To this day I regret leaveing. Wonderful benefits, compensation and excellent Managers that was there to help at a drop of a hat. Wish I were still employed there. The University takes care of their employees.
The pay is way too low for all the things you’re expected to do. I was there for 5 years with no recognition. There’s always drama between coworkers and management has no control over anything. The amount of turnover in the store and upper management is just ridiculous.
Do to the other retail businesses in our area I feel I should be making more than I do! The management lacks commuication skills & leadership abilities. There is no encouragement to go over & above what we are asked to do.
"Lovely place but very under paid. I love my job but the pay is not desireable."
Sales Associate in San Juan:
Pros: Great customers
"Buzzing and fast paced."
Sales Associate in Pretoria:
Pros: Everything is reachable. There is a humbleness in Pretoria that makes it worthwhile.
Cons: The trafic.