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fun workplace
Sales Associate, Cashier (Current Employee), toronto ontarioJanuary 18, 2013
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: slacking management team
a typical day at work was long and stressful. I learned to breath and be patient when dealing with the public. Management didn't pick up their slack in the workplace they were more worried about being on their cell phones, I enjoyed working with my co-workers as a team they were like my family. I didn't find anything hard about my job i was able to – more... take on any task that was given and get it done. The most enjoyable part was the customers and making them have a memorable and enjoyable shopping experience. – less
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Good Working Conditions but Could be Better
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABJuly 15, 2012
I worked here twice. First time, the store had just opened and I was one of the many associates to put the store together. After the 1 week it took us to put everything together for the Grand Opening, associates were only getting a few days a week. I had asked for part time, but I was getting less than part time.. I was getting maybe 1-2 days a week. – more... I quit because I had started school and the manager could not accommodate my schedule. A few months later, I reapplied because my schedule had changed and I was desperate for work. I worked there for a month on 4-5 days a week..after that I worked 2-3 weeks with just 1-2 days a week and a low pay per hour rate. I wasn't getting very far with this company like I had hoped. I eventually wanted to become manager, but that ship sailed when I was hired again and put back to 1-2 days a week at 3-4 hours each. – less