Pros: all would benefit when the store exceeded their sales goal.
Cons: when short handed, we would run around each other, however, we always worked as a team.
Our business opened at 10 Am each day. The operations of opening were minimal, and rather pleasant. Working with the Kate spade brand would in itself be an adventure. Most of our guest were from Asia. In their country our product would be 4 to 5 times what we had as a MSRP. These were enormous figures, and not many would purchase. In our country, it – more... is more affordable to all. I would establish a Consultant/ Guest relationship, that would in turn be a opportunity for more movement of the product. Each Associate had their own Clientele book and would keep each guest informed on any upcoming sales/promotions. Our store also worked with send sales, (which were exciting) to accommodate each Client. We worked as a team ensuring that all received the sale/credit for his or her outreach.
Contest would be held to keep the excitement in the store and on the floor.
Business Analysis and Communication. Customer Experience and Client Development Standards. Product Knowledge and Training. Client Outreach. Recruiting and Interviewing. New Hire Process. Associate File Maintenance. Scheduling and Payroll. Associate On-Board Training. Benefits and HR Communications. Performance Appraisals. Store Operations and Initiatives. Inventory Control Standards. Office and Stockroom Organizations and Standards. Sales Audit and Media Standards. Technology -Communication and Follow up.Loss Prevention, Security and Banking Standards. Worked with the HR programs such as People Soft. – less