Fun to work with questionable opportunity for growth
Fashion Advisor/Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 September 2017
Working at Massimo allows you to work in a fun and unrestricted environment with other colleagues and you can really get to meet people in high places, but the chances for growth within the company is really restricted and sometimes you might work extra hard to get a promotion, only for them to hire external people.
Product Specialist/Visual Merchandising (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 September 2017
Multi tasking abilities a must, it was nice to be on your feet all day and active. Competitive environment. Not suitable for those just looking for a college or after grad job. You should genuinely want to be in retail or visual merchandising.
Chef caissière (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 14 August 2017
- Chaque journée nécessite sa taches, ce qui se résume a préparer les altérations pour les envoyer et faire la réception des altérations a leur arrivées. De plus, il faut assurer la mis a jour et la mise en pratique des nouvelles politiques de caisse auprès de chaque caissiers. Pour finir, s'assurer d'organiser les accessoires ainsi que le matériel de visuel. -J'ai appris a me responsabilisé et a maximiser mon temps. -Le management fut harmonieux. -Faire en sorte que chaque employé donne de son plein potentiel. -L'aspect le plus difficile était de faire comprendre l'importance du respect des politiques et procédures de caisse. -L'aspect le plus agréable était de former des caissiers.
Key holder/Product Specialist (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 May 2017
Horrible discount Same uniform for months at a time and have to pay for own dry cleaning! Does not matter how good you are and how much experience you have its all dependent on favoritism when it comes to growth opportunities High turn over rate
Professional retail store with ability to gain leadership experience
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 20 April 2017
Massimo Dutti is a great store to work at. It is very professional with a great team and pleasant clients. Massimo allows you to gain customer service and leadership experience through everyday work exposure. You must be able to work 20 hours minimum a week which is great for students in college/university. But it can also get tiring when you're on your feet working 9-hour shifts.
Fashion Stylist (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 2 February 2017
Nothing seems to please your superiors, no matter how well done it is there's always something that needs more. Bring blood and sweat to work... and even then that's not enough.
Don't try to empress, try to get the work done as fast as possible and mind your time... meanwhile look for another job that pays more. this job reiquires too much of you with limited pay in return. For a retail job, it's. better if you get a job at Apple, their starting salary is 18 an hour. But it is difficult to land a job at Apple.
Requesting time off is a nightmare and even when you're ontime for your shift you're still late. 3 lates = termination.
No overtime, no paid lunches, overworked and underpaid, poor scheduling
Shop manager (Former Employee) – Jordan – 6 October 2014
. Working with Massimo Dutti for years make you learn lots of things:
• Sales management on a store level. • Doing the merchandise orders for the stores according to the sales. • Staff management and scheduling. • Inventory control for the merchandise. • Training team and develop their customer service skills. • Working on maximizing sales by giving information to the brand manager of the market needs. • Price study of merchandise of competition for every season. • Presentation about the trends for each season and how it’s being accepted.