Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB and Red Deer, AB – 30 April 2016
Was a great place to work and loved all the people I worked with. Learned so much about all the products that were offered at the store. Management was great and was always energetic. Had so much fun selling all the different products to the customers and finding the perfect product for everyone. Hardest part was keeping track of all the new products that were coming in and knowing all the product information.
Sales associate, welcome customers and assist them (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 8 February 2016
On a regular day at Atmosphere you don't do much, not many customers come in the store so most of the job is standing around and waiting. You do learn a lot about the products you're selling and the outdoors which is really cool.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 2 November 2015
The hours were extremely flexible management was very understanding and reasonable one of the most enjoyable parts of the job were being able to pair the right products to the customer and seeing all the interesting things that have been designed
Full Time Sales Associate/ Key Holder (Current Employee) – winnipeg mb – 11 May 2015
This is a really flexible place to work for students on a part time basis. wages are great and the atmosphere is laid back.
As a full-time employee i usually quite enjoy my day to day stuff. I talk to as many customers as I can to make sure everything is going smoothly on the sales floor. I get to be friends with most of the staff. I oversee the footwear department which offers reprieve from the social life of the floor offering instead some peace and quiet when needed. overall, I'm very satisfied to work here, although i do have my grievences
awesome discount on gear, flexible hours, benefits for full-timers
Handling upset customers, sales pressure, long hours always on the go.
Visual Manager (Current Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 4 March 2014
overall a good place to work. Corporate office is a little bit disorganized and often times sends out communications contradicting previous communications. At a store level It is exceptional managers know their staff and communication is open. Expectations are clear and there is plenty of room for advancement.