Very welcoming. The atmosphere reminded me of high-school-- Very social.
Stock Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 August 2017
One would start the day usually at 8am, first removing all the censors below the main cash on the top-floor and bringing them to the stock area, then one would prowl each floor for stray hangers, put the hangers on rolling-racks and then place them near the second-floor cash area wherein the stock stock associates would spend around 2hrs unpacking, organizing, re-pricing (if needed), censoring, re-organizing (to colour, to weight, to gender, to season) onto the rollin-rack. You are taught these things in the first week. During the weekends, one may be working alone (Only if you know what you are doing) and you basically manage yourself. There is also a quota that needs to be fulfilled. As in, the number of boxes of clothes left for you from the previous weekday's stock associates is what one would have to complete in order for the next shipment of product to arrive and be organized cleanly within the stockroom. At the end of each shift, one would do a basic clean-up of the stock area. And also, at the end of each shift, one would report on paper and to a manager whatever one had accomplished or had left for the next day.
You get to listen to your music.