Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 16 February 2018
I was an Assistant Manager of the highest volume store in Canada. The policies are great. Flexible hours, unfortunately there was allot of politics involved. You are certainly recognized for your performance and ability to lead will get you into a management position if you are interested. But past that there's is a long waiting list of top heavy positions you have to wade through in order to eventually have your own store. I don't recommend this to be a career. The grass is always greener on the other side. Unless working in retail is your absolute passion in life. I decided to pursue other ventures.
Good Opportunity, great commision
Poor management, too much politics involved at higher level positions.
Being a sales associate at Moores designates that you should be organized, sociable, and helpful. It is important to consistently address clients needs and assist them with whatever they desire. The workplace culture is diverse and inclusive. Every individual is appreciated and respected.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 14 January 2018
There was a case were a co-worker of mine was not getting the correct amount of payment/wage that was due to her. The location i worked for wasn't as nearly busy as the rest resulting in failure to meet sale goals and deadlines.
Manager (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 7 January 2018
This company will take care of those who work hard and are invested in thier own growth and development. The hours can be long at certain high times. But if you make the most of it you can be very successful.
Wardrobe Consultant (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 1 November 2017
I enjoy working at Moore's; the hours are pretty good. I like that I can be competitive with commission based sales. I have learned a lot about being a sales person and the selling world. This will help me with any customer related job I may have in the future. Moore's is a great beginner sales job.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 26 September 2017
Moores is a great place to work. Every day there is something new to learn and I always look forward to my next shift. I have worked there for 5 years and not once have I experienced a hostile work environment.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Ajax, ON – 13 September 2017
The coworkers, at least at my store, were great and fun people to work with. Even the managers would joke around and have fun, which was great, however when corporate would come in they would regularly micromanage things in store.
Wardrobe Consultant (Current Employee) – Medicine Hat, AB – 5 September 2017
Working for Moores has been a wonderful opportunity. I have learned a lot from them that I will take away from for my future employments. The team they have set up there is the nicest people you will ever meet. The only downfall was it was about you and your sales instead of the overall employees. Besides that, I loved working for Moores clothing for men and appreciate what they do for people.
Wardrobe Consultant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 27 August 2017
At Moores I started as a Sales Associate, helping wardrobe consultants in their consults and sales, facilitating their services so that customers can get the best possible treatment. After a month my Managers saw my capacity in putting together coordinating outfits and my skills when interacting with customers. I was promoted to the position of wardrobe consultant. This tripled my responsibilities inside the company, as I was to establish a lasting relationship with my clients and offer them the best fit and quality clothing conceivable
Might have good money for the right person, your boss is not on top of you all the time
like any other retail job hours are not the best, you better be good at selling if you want to make some money
Workplace can either be challenging and fun, or difficult to navigate.
sales associate (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 14 August 2017
Like most retail positions, a good day at Moores is heavily influenced by the types of customers you receive. Ignoring this variable, Moores can be a great place to work or a bad place to work, with little middle ground. Corporate culture is distant and out of touch for some important issues like stock management and job incentives. Stores are very dependent on teamwork, which can be a problem if some workers are not investing in store success.