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Sales Associate (Former Employee), Sulphur Springs, TXAugust 21, 2013
I enjoyed working at vf but, they didnt have enough hours for me and i really wanted full time.
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productive work place
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), Visalia, CAAugust 21, 2013
Pros: cold break room.
It was pretty hot in the factory. learned how to sort specific items and have em scanned properly. management was very good and easy to understand. very friendly co wokers. they was a hard part of the day. being around everyone, and seeing new faces.
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Career advancement did not exist, but for a steady decent paying job it was a good place to work
Shipping Associate (Former Employee), Luray, VAAugust 18, 2013
Pros: good benefits, pay was okay, steady work
Cons: wages were not set, no advancement, short overtime notice
*Hard physical labor
*Supervisors did the best they could
*Most co-workers were great
*The most enjoyable time was the time off
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Fun and productive workplace with great benefits
Customer Service (Former Employee), Nashville, TNAugust 16, 2013
Pros: great benefits as well as vacation and sick time allotment
Cons: having to memorize all details of the 15 + accounts and high cost in the cafeteria
Start with a full productive day. My co-workers were friendly and with that I enjoyed the atmosphere as well as the work I performed. I would answer phone line and assist customer with their orders. Would have to track packages and returns. I had to know at least 15 accounts in which could or could not be done, as well as know what clothing the customer – more... shall receive. Worked with cash pay, credit or allotments for companies. Data entry of faxed or web sent orders as well as establish new accounts. Received a promotion as well as 2 raises within the first 6 months. – less
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Fun and laid back company
Retail Allocator (Former Employee), San Leandro, CAAugust 13, 2013
Everyone was young and very friendly. I learned a lot being in allocations in turn got me into the planning world.
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Great Place to work
Technical Designer (Current Employee), Tampa, FLAugust 11, 2013
Pros: creative environment
Cons: work load
Great Place to work. The people are friendly and management is great.
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Horrible
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Ellenton, FLAugust 8, 2013
I worked very hard and did my absolute best but I dreaded every day. I didn't get along with my managers and they made my job miserable.
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it was a paycheck
forklift driver (Former Employee), Riverview, flAugust 5, 2013
Pros: it was a paycheck
Cons: everything
This company is all about numbers your were never given 40hr a week more like 32.5hrs the management is so out of touch with the day to day operations the language barrier is so bad being the the workforce is 98.9% Hispanic plus the start time was never the same from day to day
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Productive and fun work environment
Maintenance (Former Employee), Lancaster, PAAugust 2, 2013
Pros: management, nice break room.
Cons: tedious, bathroom cleaning
I cleaned the store, put together fixtures, moved merchandise between store and sister store, and helped receiving merchandise.
I learned a lot about the retail business.
The management was good. The daily store processes were well planned and efficient.
Everyone seemed to get along and worked well together.
Hardest part of the job was cleaning the – more... bathrooms.
Most enjoyable part was that my co-workers were all nice and worked well together. – less
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Good Transition Job
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee), Crossville, TNJuly 30, 2013
Pros: flexible, bonus, people
Cons: retail, marketing concepts
Good people. They worked around my school schedule. It was cool that we got holliday pay, and a yearly bonus.
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Great work environment, Friendly management staff.
Cashier/Floor Associate (Former Employee), Dry Ridge, KYJuly 29, 2013
Pretty laid back work environment. They want you to work hard, but have fun as well. Not very busy through-out the day, so when people are in there, you want to make sure you are busy and helping the customer as much as possible. No negativity in the work place.
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Efficient, productive and fun place to work
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee), Calverton, NottinghamJuly 29, 2013
Pros: on site canteen and free coffee machines. early finish on fridays
Cons: takes me an hour on two buses to get there.
Supervisors allocate people to the various tasks for the day. Once allocated, staff are usually left to get on with their work, as they know what the time and quality expectations are. Anyone who runs out of work seeks their supervisor for a new task, if one hasn't already been provided. Each 8.00 to 5.00 day includes two 15 minute breaks and a half – more... hour lunch, equating to 8.5 hours, so we only need to work 5 hours on Fridays to make 39 hours. If overtime is needed, we stay Friday afternoon, so we still finish at 5pm. Most of the workers have been there for years, so relationships are long standing and generally very good. They can rely on each other, so there is a generally cheerful atmosphere even when the pressure is on. – less
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it was the worst 5 years of my life, not worth my time
supervisor (Former Employee), reading, paJuly 22, 2013
Pros: good co-workers
Cons: everything else
Wasted 5 years of my life with this company, then they hire a manager right off the street who had no respect for anyone, and treated everyone like badly. I was a supervisor and she would have all of us do her job while she would sit in her office and eat or walk around and shop with her teenage daughter. If ur looking for a good job this is not it – more... I would never recommend anyone to work here, it's honestly a drama filled place where upper management play favoritism and the pay is terrible. WORST MANAGERS EVER!! Avoid this place. – less
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merchandising, floor planning while sale forecasting
Assistant store Manager-Merchandising (Former Employee), Graceville, FloridaJuly 16, 2013
Pros: team work, great benefit, good training
Cons: no balance between private and work life
• Trained, supervised and developed a staff of 17 employees consisting of merchandise assistants and interns, ensured optimal performance and compliance with company goals and objectives
• Developed and executed strategies for merchandise assortments, vendor relations management, and marketing cadences management
• Utilized strong leadership skills – more... and communication expertise to maximize sales and profitability;
negotiated costs, vendor margin support, and wholesale pricing resulting in increased sales of 5 percent over previous year and improved gross margin rate of 1.5 percent
• Analyzed merchandise performance within departments to monitor statistical objectives, adapt inventory as needed, and increase sales volume. Merchandise analysis resulted in the timely and cost-efficient savings of $2,429.6m vs. LY Q3
• Evaluated profitability for in-season sales, financial and inventory performance and suggested adjustments as needed; adjustments to merchandise increased quarterly profits by $66.5m vs. plan – less
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Worst job ever !
Management Assistant (Former Employee), North Bend, WAJuly 2, 2013
Pros: 20% discount
Cons: everything else !
Scheduled to work 9.5 hours with a half hour lunch. Not any training, dirty environment. Company allowed a manager to give 6 months notice, and she then sat on her chair and played on her phone. No one above her noticed.
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Excellent Customer service
Stock Room Supervisor (Current Employee), Merrillville, INJune 27, 2013
This company provides the best customer service i have ever witnessed. If your looking for a company with good values and makes the customer #1 then Vans is the company for you.
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learned new things like rf scanner and such
assist. supervisor/order puller (Former Employee), Tampa, FLJune 25, 2013
Pros: had cake for birthdays, good vacation pays, good benefits
Cons: treated certain departments better than others
I liked working at vf they offered plenty of overtime,good benefits,room to grow I regret ever leaving there
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Productive workplace
Retail Sales Clerk (Former Employee), Nashville, TnJune 22, 2013
A typical day at work consist of processing freight on truck days. Replenishing the floor from the freight we received from the truck. Constant interaction with customers face to face as well as talking on the phone with customers. I learned that your attitude really effect your customer service ability. The management team was very laid back and understanding. – more... The co workers were ok. I did not find any hard part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to interact with different people from other countries. – less
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I liked my job.
Prep/Pack, Odds Dept., Seconds Dept. (Former Employee), Martinsville, VAJune 19, 2013
Pros: we had company appreciation days.
Cons: one minute late was a partial day against you
Loved my supervisor...got along with all my co workers. We all hated it when the plant shut down.
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Low ball pay!!!!!
?????????? (Current Employee), Visalia, CAJune 16, 2013
Pros: i get a check(that barely gets me by)
Cons: everything
Pay sucks. Management doesn't appreciate anybody that works on the production floor. They put on a pretty good act though, they try so hard to act out there caring about our associates bit....lol. There's an open door policy yet whenever you ask a question you get an excuse or the run around. There's no room for growth. You come in as a temp and if – more... you do end up getting hired you still get treated like one. Jobs are handed out to brown nosers, or they out source and bring people in who end up having to be trained by some one already working there. As far as supervisors, most of them can just on the band wagon that management came on......some of the good ones that actually cared about their workers eventually look for work else where. And the leads are a bunch of worthless human beings who act like their bigshots running the place.(Your just warehouse workers....lol) Many miserable work days. Had I known, I'd never would of left my previous employer to work there. – less

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