Everyone was quite nice to me. Everyone who worked there always encouraged each other to better themselves.
Pros: benefits, every month there is an item that is either free or very cheap for the employees, and after three months of work you get a long list of items that you can have.
Cons: i mean it's sales, it's not everyones cup of tea.
Like most days in sales, you serve the customer as best as you can. Some days suck, maybe because you don't feel well or that just some customers literally are too much to handle. This was my first job in sales and all in all it was not bad. I got to learn how the sales industry works.
Managers were fine, but they are your boss so it's much more relaxed around your co-workers.
Hardest part was learning quickly so I can live up to the VS standards.
Overall, it was a nice experience, but if I every want to work sales again I think I want to go in my comfort zone of sporting goods.