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Good company
Stock Coordinator/ Sales Representative (Former Employee), Mississauga, ONAugust 1, 2014
Great for discounts, Friendly coworkers and face paced enviroment
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fun workplace
Sale Representative / Cashier (Former Employee), Toronto, ONJuly 28, 2014
Pros: disocunt
Cons: lack of progression
• Maintain a clean working environment
• Develop and maintain positive relationships with customers
• Work with Store Manger to complete nightly closing procedures
• Assisted customers with purchasing decisions
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Spring Shoes Work Summary
Sales associate (Former Employee), Square OneJune 21, 2014
Pros: healthy work environment
Cons: certain customers, and politics
Working there is like working at a typical retail job. There are sales goals that need to be met, and store appearance needs to be maintained and updated. I learned a lot of retail knowledge and processes from my time there; management was exceptional at the local level, but management started to be a little unreasonable with changes the further up – more... it went. Co-worker relations were great, and everyone worked well as a team; the hardest part of the job were problematic clients who did not abide by store policies. – less
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Store Manager (Former Employee), Montreal, Qc.April 28, 2014
Typical day at work would be to analyse sales, fix schedules send out all orders of the day, order supplies and merchandise the shop according to company standards. Lead and supervise your sales team.
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First Job
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Calgary, ABAugust 20, 2013
Pros: discount, easy job
Cons: management, wouldn't allow booking off school for exams
Spring Shoes was my very first form of employment. A typical day at work would be assisting customers in selling them shoes.

I've learnt a lot here as my first job. I've learned the company rules and standards, also learnt what it felt like to be an independent young lady at her first job.
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unorganized
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Toronto, ONMarch 6, 2013
Over worked and terrible pay. Unorganized and extremely unprofessional
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shoe sales
Sales Consultant (Former Employee), Scarborough, ONOctober 30, 2012
At Spring Shoes I was a part time key holder. This meant that I would open and close the store as well as prepare our nightly deposit. I would assist customers in buying shoes and finding a shoe which matched their occasion or needs.
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Productive and fun work place
Sales Associate/Keyholder (Former Employee), Richmond, BCSeptember 5, 2012
-helped customers find their shoes
-learned to be patient
-3rd key management
-handling a lot of customers are once
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fast-paced shoe store at popular mall
Engage in a leader position during shifts (Former Employee), Vancouver, BCAugust 1, 2012
sells shoes for customers of all ages. Required customer service, leadship, and money management skills.
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Mediocre.
A sales associate (Former Employee), Paramus, NJApril 24, 2012
I enjoyed the job but I saw it as work. No one should see their job as work, it should be more than just... work.