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Not Your Typical Clothing Store
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Nova ScotiaJanuary 7, 2014
Pros: when there was 2 minutes left to your shift and it was time to leave
Cons: bad attitude, bad atmosphere, unorganized, unprofessional, lazy, rude, everyone is cliquey
I've had experience in a variety of clothing stores. I moved to the east coast and got a job at a particular Pseudio location, and it was the worst store I've ever worked for. I am not blaming the company so much as the management was not professional (which could have trickled down from the head of the company, but who knows). Anyway, they were not – more... very welcoming, they were ignorant, and would tell any "new" employee what to do while they stood behind the cash counter and did NOTHING. I've worked for more professional and organized companies before. – less
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Energetic and exciting work place with great people
Sales Associate & Key holder (Former Employee), Dartmouth, Nova ScotiaJuly 9, 2013
Opening the store required counting the cash, updating goals and stats of individual employees and the store, completing a daily planner which entailed all tasks and goals for that specific day. Being part of the management team meant that I had to make sure all employees were up to date on their stats and the store stats. If certain employees were – more... not meeting the required goal, it needed to be rectified immediately.

My manager and assistant manager were excellent to work with. The other employees were great as well. The store atmosphere was always positive and it really showed through to our customers.

The hardest part of the job to me was having to leave. I enjoyed doing my part in helping run the store. The most enjoyable part of the job was the actual retail service it self. It was enjoyable helping people and being busy. – less
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Productive and fun workplace
Part-time sales associate (Current Employee), Fredericton, NBJune 5, 2013
Pros: the amazing staff
Cons: not enough hours
As I walk into work all I see are smiling faces; greeting me with excitement. Never once do I walk into work with a frown on my face and even if I did the girls at work would automatically lift my spirit as soon as I entered the door. Firstly, you must clock-in and then read what is in the communication's binder (this tells us what is new, what new – more... changes are being made, product knowledge and so much more). Then our management team will inform us what tasks need to be done for the night. My co-workers make my job the most enjoyable job I have ever had. We are like a little family. I have learned that things to not come easy and you must work extremely hard and have a lot of patience. – less
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Stock management/ Sales associate (Former Employee), Dartmouth Crossing, NSFebruary 26, 2013
• Assisted customers with purchases and shared knowledge of men and women’s product.
• Documented all new incoming stock and store transfers/ customer orders.
• Organized back stock inventory.
• Performed daily duties of replenishing merchandise.
• Hung and censored and prepared all clothing items for sale.
• Constructed numerous in-store displays and – more... clothing structures.
• Responsible for minor store maintenance and cleanliness.
• Waste/recycling management duties. – less
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not a good place, keep searching
Sales lead (Former Employee), saint johnDecember 5, 2012
they will try to make everything your fault, and not like any ideas you would offer