Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Dublin – 8 June 2018
it was my first job and i learnt all the skills that help me now in working, every kind of job, i learnt tills, selling, and working with a team. I regularly use the skills that i learnt in this job for day to day life
part-time brand ambassador and key-holder (Current Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 8 April 2018
The people I work with are absolutely amazing and really care about me and my future. Although the job itself isnt too great, the people i work with have become like family to me and make the experience worthwhile.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – GTA, ON – 4 April 2018
Very poor management. Management seems to be going downhill. Manager & DM very unfit for the position & fake. DM only hires his friends & family members. Which is very fraustating. DM & his friends/family all double faced hypocrites. Hours, promotion , decisions are given based off favouritism. The management is a joke. They will train you for a day & then you are good to go apparently. If you are not “IN”then they will shun you until you quit.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 2 April 2018
The manager I worked with was a very gracious and understanding person. Everyone in the store worked to increase sales and help customers. However because of the nature of the work, sometimes there are not many tasks to do in the store and work can become tedious.
BRAND AMBASSADOR (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 August 2017
Ecco is a great place to start a part time or full time job the company is great and the products talk for themselves it might be a little technical in terms of expectations for a shoe store. a typical day of work is normal and not too busy as well. Some company policies do not make sense at all.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Bayview Village, ON – 4 May 2017
- 5-8 hour shifts depending on schedule - typical day at work involves helping customers find the right shoe for them - helping customers take care of their shoes by providing knowledge about shoe care - attempt to upsell with leather care and accessories - workplace culture is great, everyone is close with each other and helps each other out - hardest part of the job: difficult customers - most enjoyable part of the job: having a customer leave satisfied with their purchase
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 September 2015
This is a great company in all aspects however the pay is not very competitive and should be higher for the amount of work the employees have to do. Otherwise its a great company and they care about the product and workers.
Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 23 April 2015
It's a 3-in-1 job. I handle sales, cashier and stocks. I learn a lot from my co-workers. Management is really good. I am always motivated in selling products because of the compensation I received. I believe in the products we sell - high quality goods.
Ecco was an awesome place to work because you could challenge yourself when ever you wanted too.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 6 September 2014
I enjoyed working with people, especially when I was able to assist them and put a smile on their face. Selling Ecco shoes was easy because it is a great product. When you believe in the product and have a passion for it You are able to inform the customer and meet their needs. I learned it is better to be honest when asked for an opinion on footwear that to make the sale because people value honesty and will always return. I enjoyed seeing return customers that had great things to say about the product.