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Mark's is a decent place to work
PTR Sales Associate (Current Employee), Miramichi, NBApril 29, 2015
Pros: 40% discount
Cons: Poor hours, no benefits (unless management position)
Mark's is a good company, with good management, and quality clothing. Although, it has almost no benefits, usually not great hours, and corporate expects a lot more of you than they let you believe when – more... you are first hired. It is okay if you are looking for a part time job or a temporary thing, but it is not ideal for long term employment, unless you are looking at management. You are a cashier, sales clerk, fitting room attendant, stock person, janitor, and therapist to distraught customers in the run of a day, all while getting paid minimum wage. – less
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great people
Sales associate /cashier (Current Employee), westshoreMarch 25, 2015
Pros: close to home
Cons: not good pay
love the it was so close to home
loved to learn about product
getting disscount
hardest part was pleasing everyone at once being cashier and cleanier and host at one time, as having customer service biggest part of job some customer dont see that
seeing as saying hi to someone walking in as rude while talking to them
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Fun work environment
Customer Sales Associate (Current Employee), Collingwood, ONJanuary 10, 2015
A typical day at work:
-Cashier
-Assisting customers finding products and sizes
-Doing orders if we do not have the particular item
-Cleaning and tidying

I have learned a lot about retail and how much – more... really goes into having a business that people want to shop at.

My co-workers are amazing, each and everyone of them will do their best to make the customers happy and feel welcomed.

The hardest part of my job is dealing with unhappy customers, unfortunately this is going to happen in any retail business, the best we can do is try to understand the customer, and also try to compromise if there are any issues.

The most enjoyable part of my job is being able to help customers find what they are looking for, and make sure they leave Marks with a smile on their face. – less
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Excellent place to work
Sales Associate/ Cashier (Former Employee), Calgary, ABJune 6, 2014
Pros: great atmosphere
I was treated as part of the family with many opportunities for advancement. Every day was different with lots of things to do.
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Productive with a nice work environment
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Aurora, ONMay 19, 2014
Hours are not the best, as in employees only received minimal hours per week. People who I worked with are great for the most part. Not to labour intensive.
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good
Store Operator of two Kamloops locations (Former Employee), Kamloops B.C.May 5, 2014
Great experience for gaining experience in management, leading a team of 30 employees was a great experience and learned to work with different diversity in the job. Customer service is our goal and had many workshops to help cultivate the environment.
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Fun place with awesome coworkers
Keyholder (Current Employee), Winnipeg, MBApril 14, 2014
As soon as I started working there, everyone was so welcoming and eager to help me learn new skills to better help customers. Even though everyday is different, it never is a dull day.

About Marks Work Wearhouse

Mark's Work Wearhouse Ltd., incorporated in 1977, is comprised of the Mark's Work Wearhouse division, with 153 stores (L'Équipeur – Read more