Well-known brand and highly respected company Excellent benefits and compensation package
Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) – 473 19 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6N 1N5 – 30 June 2016
Every day you can be given different tasks, is a really fun job. I learned to talk to costumers and I also gained confidence talking to costumers. My co-workers were excellent, they vibe a work was a positive one all the time .
Fast-paced retail environment with a highly innovative company.
Retail Store Manager (Current Employee) – Niagara on the Lake, Ontario – 18 October 2015
- 8.5 hour work days as a member of that retail management team. - Learn important sales tactics, and the importance of metrics and analytics to succeed in the business setting - Great people and great culture in a company with an extensive history and heritage. - Ability to play a role in the hiring process and development of staff and future management. - High volume and fast paced environment allows for experience in the more challenging situations in management.
Costumer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 8 March 2016
A typical day at Nike was always interesting and never a day the same as the day before. You learn a lot about the Nike brand and technology used in making and designing the shoes and apparel. A very interesting workplace with a lot to learn in. The management at times wasn't the best but that's to be expected from time to time. Everyone I worked with were decent people with their own set of goals and reasons for working there. I enjoyed most of the co-workers but as in most places you have those that would rather goof off or just simply not work. That made some days much longer then others as well as a bit stressful for those who did work. The hardest part of any job is connecting with the co-workers so that the effort is a team effort. In retail there are some who enjoy their work and some who don't which leads to a dysfunctional team and most times this is the case in retail. I so enjoyed learning the different shoes, apparel, and equipment. I enjoyed the team of co-workers I had the pleasure of working with and most of the management team. It is overall a good place to work especially if your athletically inclined.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Beaverton, OR – 12 January 2016
I've learned a tremendous amount about Project Management since coming on board at Nike. Most of the knowledge gained has been from fellow co-workers, who are encouraging and supportive. Teamwork is highly recommended.
Fun Workplace, with lots of after work hour games.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 21 January 2016
During a typical day at work I had to interact with many new customers. This was an amazing experience because every day it was someone new with new preferences and I had to adapt to the new persons likes and dislikes and work with them to make sure they were satisfied with our care. My co-workers were all extremely kind and all had similar likes. The hardest part of the job was dealing with an unkind furious customer, but the best thing to do during that time was to stay calm. Staying calm is extremely important and I learned this after my second day at work when an angry customer had came to return his worn shoes. The most enjoyable part of this job was the daily interaction I had with new people since I love talking and meeting new faces.
General Labour (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 1 June 2016
Work is good,Management also cooperative and nice.coworkers also nice and supportive .The hardest part of the job is when company is slow down,and same way when Nike is busy we enjoying a lot with our work.
Shipper/Receiver (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 September 2015
Horrible Place to work Long Hours with little Pay, little no no room for growth within the company Slim chance of getting hired on full time with Nike Management was strict had to be on- time or deduction of pay
temp work (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 8 April 2016
• Consistently maintained a positive attitude and enjoyed helping people • Cooperatively worked with others to produce and delivered required work • Communicated verbally and in writing to answer inquiries and provided information • Strong skills in time management, prioritizing tasks, and meeting deadlines
SALES ASSOCIATE/MERCHANDISER (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 27 April 2015
Employees working at Nike are great and amazing to work with. However, pay is very low and is meant more for employees as a part time job. Managers are pretty easy going and trust their employees with sales. The most enjoyable part of the day is when your working with your friends/co-workers.
interactive workplace with many active customers alike
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON – 3 August 2015
a typical day at work involves arriving to being informed of the days sales goal and up to date sales performance reviews. upon hitting the sales floor we interact with the customers to grant them the best possible shopping experience. Over my time spent there I have learned many personalized approaches to suiting the customers needs with the appropriate product along with a vast knowledge of all ours products. The best and hardest part of the job is accommodating all of the customers from wide varieties of backgrounds with an outstanding personalized quality of service that has the customer leaving satisfied.
free product, discounted product, working with products im passionate about, interacting with people of many different cultures, and working alongside positive employees alike
little hours, too many employees, low quality of management to employee relations