Forklift Operator (Former Employee), Spartanburg, SC – December 17, 2013
My experience at adidas was great i learned how to drive five different machines. People loved me a lot i was always quiet but i got my job done and always went to help other people out with there work.
Expediter (Former Employee), spartanburg sc – December 16, 2013
Cons: the people
work day started at 6am and i would load lines and belts all day i learned there how to use a scan gun i also worked there in 2003 management was good. my co-works were very help the hardest part of job is loading the big boxes on the line
SALES ASSOCIATE/CASHIER (Current Employee), New York, NY – December 9, 2013
The most enjoyable part of the job is the bond i share with my co workers and certain managers. A typical day at work is face paced if its a game day, if not slow and steady. Management is sometimes very unorganized but when there on point things run well.
Overall a good company to work for. IT system is lacking which allows for inefficiency.
Retail Sales Associate (Current Employee), North Charleston, SC – December 2, 2013
The work environment has improved upon the arrival of a new manager. Most of the personnel are much younger than I so I see a lot of immaturity as it relates to job work ethic. There are some good perks- 30% employee discount on all items, free shoes every 3 months. Also flexible scheduling allows me to perform a service to the community through the – more... WINGS program. Adidas IT system is lacking in all areas which promotes inefficiency. Also Adidas tends to hire outside for management positions. So internal growth is minimal. – less
Sales Coordinator (Former Employee), Singapore, S00 – November 23, 2013
by the help of my co-workers i've learn many things on daily work basis, how to start your job and end your day great. and if i have a chance to continue my job in retail, i would like to be in a new place or country.
Sales Associate (Former Employee), General Santos City – November 23, 2013
Starting my day with arranging the working place and do things what I didn't finish the day when I left my work, I learned how deal of different kind of personality. I manage my time by finishing one step at a time of my work. I do respect my co-workers and learning more about the products we sell. Hardest part of the job is closing and the most enjoyable – more... is the customers. – less
Sales Associate (Current Employee), New York, NY – November 17, 2013
•Demonstrates a customer first mindset and is accessible at all times to ensure every customer has a great experience. •Connects with customers by asking open-ended questions to assess needs and make relevant merchandise suggestions. •Processes customer transactions efficiently and accurately. •Ensures the stock room is neat, clean and organized at – more... all times. – less
Assistant Manager HR (Former Employee), Adidas Group Pakistan – November 4, 2013
Recruiting and staffing. Performance management and improvement tracking systems. Preparation of the Payroll for the employees on monthly basis. Employee orientation, development, training and record keeping. Assisting with employee relations. Company employee communication. Compensation and benefits administration and record keeping. Employee safety, – more... welfare, wellness and health reporting. Maintaining employee files and the HR filing system. Assisting with the day-to-day efficient operation of the HR office. – less
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee), Manchester, ENG – November 3, 2013
I am a keen and willing worker who is eager to continue my personal growth by learning new skills where appropriate. I work well as part of a team and am equally comfortable working alone. I have excellent communication skills and have a good standard of education. I would be a valued member of any workforce.