Sales representative (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 14 October 2018
Fun environment, discount on shoes Love the employee discount and my coworkers are the best deal student job for 17-20-year-olds, you either get paid by the hour or by the commission based on what's better... Most months were commission which was nice and slightly over minimum
General Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 September 2018
Nothing but High Praise for the Company. Great culture and environment. If you are a passionate individual that is motivated to lead a team in the sneaker industry, Footlocker Canada is where you want to be!
Cashier/Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 12 September 2018
My favorite job by far! Super laid back place to work part-time and a good job for when you're in school. Good for "sneaker-heads" because you learn so much about shoes and get the satisfaction of releasing shoes into the store, and discounts of course. Daily tasks are listed every day so you know what you're in for every day. The only thing that could be looked down on is minimal hours like sometimes it's below 10 hours a week.
Full-time Position - Sales associate (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 8 September 2018
A typical day at work would be selling shoes. paper work. Shipment/merchandising. I learned a lot my 2 years there. Closing shop. Open shop. Count money tills. Make sure my team is doing there job helping customers. Making sure the store runs smoothly.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 7 September 2018
great oppertunity given to work here. i love shoes so it was the perfect match for me to work at Kids Foot Locker. The workplace was good, the management was helpful in learning and teaching the job and the most enjoyable part was interacting with customers and helping them get the perfect pair they want.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 5 September 2018
Footlocker is a phenomenal company to have as a high school student but is unable to to supply enough shifts for post secondary. I wish i was able to work there more but they are unable to give that to me.
Sales Associate/Cashier/Key Holder (Former Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 16 August 2018
it was absolutely the best until they went all haywire trying to please the "majority" meaning white people with families. The team was amazing that I worked with. The discount was good but I heard it got stush. Head office comes in to step all over you-again dont expect decent pay unless youre at a recognized location.
ASSISTANT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 7 August 2018
I started at footlocker when I was 18 all the way through Uni at 21. I went from P/T sales to F/T sales and then onto assistant manager. Though the wages aren't that great, and we weren't even given a water filter in the back it was a good memory. If footlocker gave more to it's employee's in terms of being able to earn raises instead of flat-out saying no, they would have a much better time maintaining quality staff instead of hiring everyone who came through there doors with a pulse. The discount was nice, 30% regularly and then periodically "50 days" where we would get 50% off, but Head Offie would decide an "exclusion list" where all the nicer stuff was not included. When you were in the right store with good management going to work is fun, and you want to learn about shoes and you care about where you work! I loved the time I had at footlocker, but it was time to grow up!
Sales associate (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 31 July 2018
There isn't very much room for advancement in the company unless you can work 40+ hours, and to get that many hours at any given time in the year is extremely difficult. The environment is extremely good.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 10 July 2018
the job wasnt the greatest because i never got shifts until i confronted the manager who hardly works, and was slacking during their time of working. was organized at all. the job itself was fine, but getting shifts and management wasnt the greatest