UP-Ecomm Warehouse Supervisor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 August 2017
Working with my team is the most enjoyable part of the job, meeting deadlines and hitting targets. Handling customer inquiries and complaints proved to be the most challenging as we strive to make our customers happy and satisfied.
Non definition of actual duties and responsibilites
Shift Leader (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 29 July 2016
Working at Sirens I've gained a large number of strengths. The main two, in my opinion, being customer service and time management. A day in the life of a Sirens worker is very fast paced where one will typically meet over 100 different personalities.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – taiwan – 18 April 2016
The hardest part of the job is that there is a lot of office politics to handle and many old staffs are not friendly and unwilling to teach, Thus it takes a long time to establish a training program with SOPs to help new bloods ease into their jobs and gradually replace the unsuitable ones.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – 9 February 2016
A typical day at work could be anywhere from extremely enjoyable to unbearable. You learn a lot very fast, it can be really overwhelming but the manager (in all my experiences) have all been helpful. The hardest part is fairness and part time employees. They can be really hard to find, and the company is so big sometimes a lot of what they do seems unfair.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 June 2015
-Typical management duties, such as help the store manger and take on all the responsibilities during the managers absences. -Learned lot of customer service skills while working in high traffic store. -Staffs are very supportive and willing to come in anytime you needed them even when they are not scheduled. -Hardest part of the job at times we have couple of important events going on at the same time, co operate walk through and special sales even. -Best part we all get along and had tight understanding team.
Good opportunity to test yourself, alot of multi-tasking, educates individuals on business development
Store/Sales Manager (Former Employee) – various locations throughout Surrey/Burnaby, BC – 10 April 2015
A typical day at work consists of daily operations, setting up your game plan, reviewing business kpi's and following up with your staff schedule. Depending on day of the week there may be visual flips, floor plan changes, promotion changes, markdowns, window changes and stock everyday.
Bonus Structure, Opportunity to advance and learn
Long Hours, No Work-Home Life Balance, Alot of free overtime, Too many payroll issues, Always promised and never given
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Sherwood Park – 27 September 2014
I used to do the paperwork almost the entire shift, and make sure that everybody was following the policies and doing a good costumer service, sometimes we got busy and I helped with the cash area or with the costumer service as well. But for me the best and most enjoyable part was the administrative part.