Sales Associate (Former Employee), Bloomington, MN – July 28, 2014
cashier position handling cash handing shipments in back room.. I've learned how to re-ticket prices work with customers build a relationships working well with others.The hardest part about my job is holiday season store inventory finding missing merchandise. The most enjoyable is being able to smile and help others find what they need customer service
•Work well under pressure as part of a team •Well-groomed appearance •Polite, respectful, and courteous manners •Responsible, efficient, and flexible •Ability to work in a fast-paced, intense environment smoothly
Sales Associate & Cashier (Former Employee), Poughkeepsie, NY – July 20, 2014
-A typical day at work included: hanging and folding clothing, returning returned items/items from dressing room to original location, helping customers at layaway counter, aiding cashiers when needed, processing returns, cleaning and closing store. -I learned the processes involved and needed for a corporate retail store. -Co-workers were all kinds – more... of people, some nice and some not. – less
enjoyed working and the enviroment of my co-workers
Stock Associate (Former Employee), Pasadena, TX – July 20, 2014
it was nice all i did was processed merchandising i learned to be fast paced and finish with the assigned duty my management were comprehensive and understandable my co-workers had a nice relation, we worked altogether my most enjoyable part of the job was that i felt as the family of Marshall's
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Stockton, CA – July 17, 2014
Pros: easy work, prizes for working hard, balanced environment
Cons: pay is minimum wage, hours fluctuate
Marshalls was a nice place to work at. The most enjoyable experience was connecting with the people. Also, at the location where I worked the management team was phenomenal! From the Store Manager to the Assistant Managers, they all worked well in developing their team. They made you feel like they cared about you beyond just showing up to work and – more... doing your job duties. That made the experience memorable.
Depending if you are on the floor or behind the cash wrap, your duties vary. It is customer service driven, but you won't feel the pressure to upsell and hound people to make purchases. This is where one can relax, but pushing customers to sign up for the TJX rewards card is a top priority. But even in that, there are so many benefits as your store increases its conversion and does well, they send prizes for the employees. I used to win stuff all of the time. From movie tickets, to mugs, t-shirts, etc..
I would recommend working here if you've never had a job before. It's very simple and they are very flexible with your schedule. For school, church, etc... just letting them know in advance they work around your schedule well. Also, if you are a hard worker you will get more hours. – less
Customer Service Personnel (Former Employee), Charleston, SC – July 10, 2014
Greeted each customer cordially and assisted customers with shopping dilemmas • Ensured that all merchandise was presentable for sale • Checked out each customer, ensuring that their shopping was a pleasure • Maintained a clean and safe work environment and upheld a professional dress code
Every day i would go into work it was like they didn't have anything for me to do. I was very disappointed in this job. They never taught me how to do anything so i could help out more so i was always stuck doing the same thing.
Sales Associate (Former Employee), North Miami Beach, FL – July 8, 2014
Overall I would not work back there and I think it's because of the children section. I worked in the kids department at marshalls where everything was in reach for the kids to pull down. The parents did not care and they didn't bother to control their children. It made my job twice as hard and I wasn't getting paid enough.
Front End Coordinator/ Backroom Coordinator (Former Employee), Manassas, VA – July 8, 2014
Pros: bigger company, better benefits, very busy store
Cons: poor management
At marshalls i was promoted from FEC front end coordinator to BRC Back room coordinator. My jobs responsibilities were to supervise the unloading of the merchandise trucks every monday-friday starting at 6 a.m. Our task at hand was to unload as fast as we can and to process as fast and efficient as possible. I was also responsible for the efficiency – more... chart for the truck and for my processing team. – less