Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 September 2013
The job demands that you are a cooperative member of a team, ensuring that sales goals are met, loss prevention standards are upheld, and a good level of communication is maintained between you and your co-workers. Sales associates will be responsible for keeping a heads-up attitude, assisting customers and keeping the store clean, safe of obstructions and other hazards, and visually appealing. In a typical day, a sales associate will greet, relay promotions to customers, sell merchandise, manage the fitting rooms, work the cash registers, move and take inventory of stock, and help maintain the appearance of the store. The hardest part of the job can be dealing with unhappy customers, however, the most enjoyable part of the job comes from helping those customers leave with a good impression of you and the company.
Flexible hours, supportive team of co-workers, lots of work during height of shopping season (i.e. summer, christmas)
Hours become sparse during the post-summer and post-christmas lulls
Sales associate/ third key holder (Former Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 5 February 2018
As a direct bore employee I had a load of fun, learning experiences, and met some great people. I did have a few complications with the company that involved a lot of the workers, and feel as though it's my time to leave.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Moose Jaw, SK – 1 February 2018
When i got hired i was told i was being hired for the manager position but they later said it wasnt i was just an associate. then i had gone on a leave and they had closed the doors while i was still gone and refused to pay the 2 weeks.