A stressful job with many responsibilities.
Pros: many free events for the employees, great volunteer event, and very nice recognition.
Cons: unstable hours, not many opportunities for advancement in the company, poor communication among managers.
A typical day at work can have a range of responsibilities including cashiering, restocking, setting planograms, preparing re-shops, helping our guests, resetting our salesfloor for the next business day, and even directing all incoming phone calls while monitoring our fitting room. I have learned how to multi-task to complete many projects, how to – more... work in large groups to complete large projects and how to interact with respectfully with co-workers in a large scale environment. My management is decent most work hard for there dedicated areas, however many managers do not know much about areas of the store that are not directly related to their areas. The co-workers in my area are mostly young college aged students and recent high school graduates so it can be difficult to relate at times however they are all very nice girls. The hardest part of my job is not being able to control issues that arise is our area, when I am not there. The most enjoyable part of this job is helping guests and seeing how truly grateful they are for great customer service. – less