Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 3 May 2017
Sirens is a great place to start as you learn a lot about the business in the day to day operations. The management is supportive and provides constructive criticism in order to allow you to continue to grow.
Stock Person (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 14 May 2017
Sirens is a great place to work everyone there is super friendly and will help you as best as they can to find the things you need. The management is outstanding and is always on top of everything that needs to be done in the store before closing.
Retail Sales (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 13 March 2017
As my first job I learn a lot o bout the way sirens worked how to sell and provide the best help for our costumers. Is was challenging but fun at the same time . Siren employees are like a family we work to together and we help each other out .
You get a 20% off the clothes from the store and there sister company's
Cashier / Retail Salesperson (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 10 March 2017
This job was during the school years and helped me learn great customer service skills. This job helped me see all different types of individuals and encouraged me to gain confidence. It showed me how to gain leadership skills and how I as a person would like to be treated.
Very fun, exciting work environment. There was rarely nothing to do, all the employees were super fun and outgoing and welcoming. The training for the position was great and there was room for advancement quickly.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 30 January 2017
I worked for Sirens for 3 years. It is easy to move up within the company but with no real big salary change. You are over worked and with no recognition, no matter what you do there is always better that can be done.
Pretty horrible job as the management is not that great
cashier and a sales associate for costumer support (Former Employee) – scarborough town centre – 29 January 2017
Management fails to care for employees. Hours given to employees are inconsistent and interrupt your work/life balance as you get called in randomly if employees call in sick. Job security is very low and promotions are rarely given.
sales (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 August 2016
The Sirens at Orfus Road in Toronto is the worst place to work and should probably be reported. When inventory has to be restocked or if the store is really busy, staff work 7-8 hour shifts with no breaks. Not sure this is even legal. Staff are treated badly overall and its not a good working environment.
Sales Woman (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 7 July 2016
it was to far to travel back and forth, the manager that worked there too,left and I liked her and the way she ran the store and new one came in and ruined the store so I quiet, wasn't worth going back nd forth of the distance