Coordonnatrice (Current Employee) – Greenfield Park, QC – 22 May 2017
-Les journées les plus typiques sont à Noël car c'est souvent les journées les plus achalandés et nous manquons souvent de personnels. -J'ai apprise de tout chez Winners , j'ai apprise à faire de la production , à gerer tout le personnels , à travailler avec des rapports de ventes , j'ai aussi apprise à gerer le service à la clientèle et de ventes , en 6 ans j'ai passer de stagiére d'entrepôt à 3ème clef du magasin. -L'aspect le plus difficile dans mon poste est qu'on manque de personnels et qu'on doit se débrouiller quand même seuls mais on s'y habitue et c'est un défi donc ca devient un aspect agréable lorsqu'on voit qu'on y est arrivé quand même.
Sale associate/fitting room (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 19 May 2017
My typical day working at Winners was either 3 things, helping with organizing clothing and putting them in there rightful home in the store, working in fitting room, or censoring items before they enter the floor. What I learned was what can and can not be censored due to damage reasons, a great deal or organization within fitting rooms and where everything in the store went. I love how organized Winners was, how they did everything in order of convenience. The most enjoyable part of the job was everything, the jobs I did within the store, the customers, and the management.
Womenswear Coordinator (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 19 May 2017
During a typical day working at Winners, day to day functions are very simple. You help process merchandise to be floor ready, hep customers find what they need, and clean the store at the end of the night. I have found most of the staff a joy to work with, which makes the days past by faster.
it was a nice working enviroment and i was lucky to have a very nice supervisor
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 15 May 2017
nice working place, I learnt how to work in a fast pace environment with different people and also to be an have good team work with my partner, the hardest part of the job was removing goods from the trailer
Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) – Prince Albert, SK – 12 May 2017
Just another minimum wage job with no real room for advancement. It's repetitive, i have nothing really bad to say. I enjoyed working here in my teens and the deals were great for a working student with okay hours.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Stratford, ON – 10 May 2017
Every shift there was a different responsiblity expected of you as the department you worked in changed. For example on monday you would be responsible for cash, tuesday you would be responsible for change room monitor, etc.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Milton, ON – 7 May 2017
Management was uneducated and not at all prepared. People weren't very friendly at all. Zero tolerance or flexibility when it comes to its employees. I was fired for not making it to my shift after I got into a car accident. Then they booked me a bunch of shifts last minute without informing me so I missed them and they fired me. Absolute garbage
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Windsor, ON – 6 May 2017
This workplace is more demanding than most retail jobs as it is constantly busy and there is a new truck every weekday. However, because of the busy and stressful job, the management and staff focus on alleviating any negativity by holding potlucks and building each other up.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Stratford, ON – 4 May 2017
My overall experience with Winners was wonderful. The management team as well as associates were always friendly, treated everyone with respect, and made you feel a part of the team. I have gained many skills working with TJX such has time management, team work, cash handing, and organization. I always feel welcome walking into the workplace.
Retail - Floor Associate (Current Employee) – London, ON – 2 May 2017
Most who apply here come for a summer job and it suits that purpose quite well but those who choose to stay also have the ability to move up in the company and branch out. They cross-train you so each day you might be doing something different which is nice. There is usually a wide variety of ages and cultures found within the associates of Winners, Homesense and Marshalls which is something the company prides itself on. A couple of the downsides I will mention are scheduling. You have to be quite flexible as hours are completely unreliable and often you will either be asked to stay longer or your shift might be cancelled completely. Another thing is that the enjoyment of working here much depends on who you have as a manager. I have enjoyed my years with Winners and I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a retail position.
Meet all kinds of people, train in many departments.
Unreliable work hours, drama depending on the associates.