Learning about Fashion. and working with a team
Pros: learning about display's, learning about fashion, working with a team
Cons: long hours, bad training for manager's, not enough hours for each store
your typical day You have 1 hour in the morning usually by your self to vacuum, mop, dust, visual display's, and get the store ready for your opening, next employee usually comes in at around noon, so you have about 2-3 hours to help customers, finish task lists, and sometimes shipping and receiving and mark downs, once this employee comes in there – more... is usually putaways (depends how busy the store was in the morning) and the first employee goes for a break, in the afternoon before the evening employee comes in you need to work together to follow displays and quickly get product on the floor for selling, attend to customer's and that is change room's, floor help, and transactions. manager needs to make a list for the evening employee's to follow.
They teach you about fashion and how to make display's, they teach you about customer service and couch you on there guest card and give little incentives to get you to reach your goals.
With Suzy Shier, you can move up quickly.
As a team leader I had excellent training
Assistant manager i had good training
Manager very poor training i asked my DM for help with training from day one since i never had management experience before it took 4 months to get someone in to the store to train me (1 day with paper work)
The hardest part is not having enough hours to run the store proper to get (tasking done) and manager's work 40+ hours
The best part you work close with your team and you learn about latest fashion trends. – less