Apparel clerk (Current Employee) – London, ON – 8 April 2014
Five-hour standing, walking shifts with minimal training. I learned how to use a cash register, do sales, returns, exchanges, inventory, pack garbage, recyclables, clean & maintain fitting rooms. Co-workers were had unreliable attendance & did not help tidy the section. The hardest part of the job was standing for the entire shift. Management did not continue to train to add to the variety of the position. Therefore, the daily routine became boring. The most enjoyable part of the job was no pressure & coworkers taking over when my shift was over.
Looking for job for pocket money, this hours here won't even give you that. The only people who get the most hours and it's almost fulltime , is the main staff's sons/daughter/or relative. The workers are good but the complain about no hours . Fast turnover in staffing. Management is not there for the workers but the customers. Useless. If your not a family member your nothing.i never did receive my full uniform in the months I was worked there.
It was close to home.
No hrs, to much favortism and ruined my own clothes.