It was a fun store, with a multitude of customers.
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Reno, NV – November 26, 2013
Pros: i had discounts.
Cons: i had short breaks and low hours.
A typical day at work included doing "go backs" which are just clothing items that go back in the room you get placed in, which you return and kept a room organized. I learned how to keep the sales floor accurate and clean. The management was okay, I felt it was hard to actually have face to face time in order to ask questions. The co- workers were – more... very helpful and pleasant, the hardest part of the job was in the beginning, because they kind of left me in a room. I enjoyed talking and really engaging the customer as they walked iin the door. – less
SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee), toronto, on – October 16, 2013
Pros: very flexible
Cons: could provide some benifits
-required to maintain floor control -customer service -management are nice and social-able -hardest part at work is seeing your employees leave -most enjoyable at work is working with the people at work
it was a job i enjoyed with plenty of room for advancement
Sales Associate/ Visual Merchandiser (Former Employee), Edmonton, AB – September 19, 2013
Pros: friendly bosses
Cons: long hours
My days were filled with different tasks i was always busy either dressing maniquins, doing floor changes or training new sales associates I lewarned a lot about fashion and leadership I worked well with my co-workers The hardest part was floor changes/ we had to do it while the store was closed we wouldnt be done until 8 in the mornig somet6imes I – more... enjoyed working there – less
Cashier/ Sales Associate (Former Employee), Scarborough, ON – September 16, 2013
Pros: nothing much.
Cons: 10 % off, not enough hours
Ok place to work if you like to take it easy and slow where nothing much happens and all u do is tuck in bra straps and be on cash. Not enough hours at all. Management was mehh. Were not really playing the role of management.
Cashier (Current Employee), Ottawa, ON – August 27, 2013
Pros: great opportunity to pick up extra shifts
Cons: hard to move up in the company
Forever 21 is a great place to work as the management team maintains a healthy balance of manger and friendship with each employee. In addition, all employees are welcoming and friendly making you feel more comfortable at your job. The hardest part of the job is dealing with the many different people who enter the store and speak various other languages – more... other than English. It is often hard to communicate with customers – less
Visual Merchandiser (Current Employee), Montréal, QC – July 17, 2013
Re-working the sales floor as pre company directive. Styling mannequins and windows for season and looks. Customer service. Interacting with the management and sales team to make sure merchandise standards are met.
An environment where I was able to apply effective customer service
Sales Associate/Visual Asisstant (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – May 4, 2013
•operated cash register performing purchases, returns, exchanges, and offered help to customers, also worked with the visual merchandising team, filling product on the floor by merchandising through various specified themes. • how to make sales, upsell merchandise, prevent loss prevention, visual eye, organizing shipment • great management team •hard-working, – more... team oriented co-workers •handling angry customers •satisfied customers – less
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Brampton, ON – April 18, 2013
A typical working day at Forever 21 would be helping customers to the best of my ability. I always make sure that i present myself in a professional manner when working with the customers. Management team is great. They are very friendly and approachable making working there more comfortable. What I enjoy most about working there is the team. Everyone – more... is friendly, and it is great working with them. – less
Sales Associate of merchandise (Former Employee), Newmarket, ON – March 6, 2013
Pros: good working environment
my shifts were 5 hours on weekdays and 8 hours on weekends. my job was a sales associate, i helped out customers by reaching their needs of merchandise by assisting them on finding specific articles of clothing. I would great customers and ask them if they needed any help or how their day was going. When it would get busy we work as a team to keep the – more... store tidy and reach customer service goals. Some days i worked in the fitting room and helped out other associates in their department. – less
Sale Associate (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – February 19, 2013
working at Forever21 taught me about customer service and also how to work as a team in order to provide the highest level of service to customers. Also Maintained friendly and professional customer interactions.My co-workers were friendly to work with.The hardest part of the job was serving some customers because they walk in the store not knowing – more... what they are looking for or what they want. The most enjoyable part of the job was having friendly conversation with customers. – less
Sales/Stock Associate (Current Employee), Brampton, ON – February 6, 2013
Pros: nice co workers
Cons: managment, short hours
A typical day of work is folding clothes, tending to customers who actually need your help, keeping ht eplace clean,etc...managment at my location was horrible they didnt care about their workers, they made up they own rules and showed favoritism to others. they gave horrible hours also.the only cool thing was there was good co-workers everybody was – more... nice...overall retail is a horrible job lol – less
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Winnipeg, MB – January 2, 2013
Pros: managers were friendly
Cons: finger scan not scanning properly
When I worked there I mostly sorted the clothing, keeping my area of the workplace clean, and making sure everything was in its place. I assisted customers with their needs and answered any question they had based on a clothing item.The managers were always on the go but made sure everyone was doing their job. The co-workers were cooperating with each – more... other in order to keep the store organized for all the customers. The hardest part of the job was to assist every customer as fast as you can especially when it came to being busy. Other than that the job in general was enjoyable. – less
Sale and Cash Associate (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – December 11, 2012
A typical day would begin at 9:45 during the week which I worked quite often in which I would help customers on the floor and was promoted to cashier because of customer compliments. I learned that the customers needs are important and that team work makes the dream work. I was always asked to stay later and I did I enjoyed my fellow co-workers and – more... we did are best to make the target for the day and the weel – less