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Stay away from the Abbotsford store your time and effort will not be appreciated by management. The constant staff turnover is a great indicator. You are not given full credit for the sales you make.

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Whatever Jordans promise get it in writing signed by upper management. Make sure you receive an updated harassment policy that clearly outlines the procedures to be followed. Stand your ground letting management know you want to be treated fairly and with respect.

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Terrible! The level of management is far below par. The original owner had integrity but the generations that followed got lost somewhere down the road. They are still lost nowhere to be found. Stay away there are many good flooring outlets but Jordans is not one of them.

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If they answer any of your questions with a negative tone get up and leave.
Some people in management are known to fabricate the truth.
There are many good flooring outlets in Abbotsford, Mission, and Chilliwack, explore all
your options. In this way you can make the best choice possible.

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You will never receive a good review from your store manager. Even if you have more experience, a great personality, outstanding sales none of these traits are recognized.
The store manager will always find some fault just in case he needs to let you go.
Be prepared to go to the labour board if you are dismissed without cause.

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You should have some simple knowledge of Jordans. Knowledge of the products that are sold for the division/ position you are applying for.

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Its true! They judged me based on my credit. Who does that for a job!?

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Business attire but no suits and ties required

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