sales (Former Employee) – Vancouver British Columbia – 17 January 2018
Geox is a company that wants you to sell to every single customer that walks in through the door. But what they do not understand is that everyone is not there to buy. The upper management will only blame and argue with the workers without understanding or listening to them. The only thing that makes working for the company bearable is having a staff that enjoys working together. Customers are nice, but its hard to sell to them because a lot of the time you don't have their size available. Also the return policy is completely ridiculous. The only thing you learn to do is make sales because if you don't they won't keep you around.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – BC – 17 January 2018
Let me spill some tea here this place was awful. You get yelled at for bad sales Ya’ll be getting in trouble for things out of your hands Underpaid Underappreciated Honestly I could write a 60pg essay..
If you choose to work here all I can say is.. I’ll pray for you!!
GESTION (Former Employee) – Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC – 22 October 2015
Tres bonne compagnie Expérience tres enrichissante Par contre horraire complituelle Respecte pas tous les rglement des norme du travail Des journées pouvaient etre bonnes mais des fois des friction du à la gestion non comprehsive
Retail Sales Advisor (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 2 September 2014
• Interacting with customers and fellow sales associates to provide a comfortable and cozy environment. • Addressing any issues and/or concerns customers have regarding their service. • Performing a variety of computer functions dealing with personal account information and changes; including assistance with special projects. • Maintained a friendly environment among customers and fellow colleagues. • Actively involved in stock, inventory and cashier.
good benifits on product. nice way to build your shoes collection.
Sale Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 April 2013
Lack of communication and leadership between the office and the Management. It was a do as I say, Not as I do mentality. unable to see the issues and resolve them correctly. No chain of leadership, too many hands in the pot. Also, too many opinion as to how the stores are merchandised and how store run day to day ops.
District sales manager (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 9 April 2013
Management ressemblant de plus en plus aux grandes corporations Internationales base sur la performance et productivite intense des ventes et Kpi. Collaborations tres limite du Bureau Central. Style de management base sur l'autonomie et l'independence au travail. Environement axee sur l'entrepreneurship et l'autonomie d'action. Aspect le plus difficile du poste est expliquer ou analyser en details les resultats du commerce qu'ils soient bon ou mauvais. Aspect le plus agreable est l'autonomie et la grande confiance alloue par le bureau sans intervention reguliere de ce dernier.
avantages sociaux et gratuite de souliers uniformes
Director (Current Employee) – Canada – 23 January 2013
Customer service issues Store appearance Standards Follow-up Associates Dress Code follow-up KPI productivity follow-up with Associates Inventory management issues and follow-up On the moment Sales Coaching Sales closure intervention and follow-up Store operations issues and repair follow-up Timetable and Payroll Management