Positive work environment, rewarding job, lots to learn
Cashier/Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 August 2017
Love working here. The working environment is really positive in my store and our regional is amazing. It took a bit of time with my manager but now love the management. Good flexible hours. Sometimes shifts do get changed last minute but the girls always check at the end of the night to call anyone if necessary. Very rewarding job and the discount is great. Also bonuses are not impossible to accomplish like making commission on $300 sales and have the best average sales for the month. Big downside is specific to my store, we are one of the smallest stores in canada and head office won't move us but still send us so much stock because we have great ratios. Overall love it here.
Discount, positive work environment, bonuses, customers are usually really great
Key Holder (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 23 August 2017
This location has one of the worse management. They do not care for their employees, all they do is talk behind everyones back. Management is very unorganized and unprofessional, it really surprises me that this location is still running, with poor management and with all these employees quitting.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 21 August 2017
This company I had thought was a great place to start in a management position. I have had an amazing store manager. She always is giving coaching and feedback, she's always there for us and I don't see that support for her. In our district we've had multiple visits, now with a new operations director. It's sad that my manager in a very short time has done ALOT for the store, the district and the company and yet it's never enough.
I would like the "big guys" above her get the results they're asking for. My manager balances and pushes for a great work environment yet has to ask us for what they want and it leaves all of us feeling horrible about ourselves because no matter what we do it's not enough to keep the company happy.
Nothing like killing a business with unrealistic expectations.
Having a great store manager, trying on product, staff discounts, helping people, working for a Canadian company
La vie en rose est une tres bonne entreprise avec de bonnes valeurs et des bons avantages. malheureusement l'etablissement ou je travaillais a une gerante qui n'est jamais satisfaite, ne donne pas des chance et n'essaye pas de comprendre le vrai probleme. les formations sont presque jamais fait, beaucoup de chose que j'etais supposer faire que j'avais aucune idee qu'elles existaient.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Cookstown, ON – 17 July 2017
Though I was able to meet women who I gained great relationships with, the environment was very competitive and therefor created a toxic workplace. I worked there for a long time, but I knew that if I wanted to maintain my friendships, I needed to leave the specific store I was located at.
I worked at the Dartmouth Crossing location for years. Was a great place to work in the beginning, but after a change in management two years ago things took an unfortunate turn for the worse, and it was no longer an enjoyable place to work. Very bad management. The work environment was very stressfull and frustrating, even for part-timers who only worked a few shifts a week. So many have come and gone from that place over the past couple of years because of the poor management issues and internal conflicts. From my personal experience, I would have recommended this place of work to anyone two years ago, but certainly not now, especially not that particular store.
Being able to help cancer survivors; discount; hour long lunch break
Very poor management; negative work environment; low salary
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Cook – 1 May 2017
Good people, but the pay isn't the best. Management is great. Customers can be a tough thing to deal with but co workers will always help you out. It is all females so it can be catty at times. Overall it's a good place to start.