Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 17 November 2018
Stressful but fun when you're working with friends. Literally only writing this cause I'm forced to otherwise I can't access indeed but yeah back then managers weren't all that great but I think it's fine now. I have a few friends still working there and they don't seem to have it all that much
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 10 November 2018
Management does't know what they are doing. Extremely picky with which policies they like to enforce and who they like to enforce them with. Scheduling is a complete mess so if you are fine with driving 15+ km and wasting gas out to this mall in the middle of no where for a 4 hour shift then this is the place for you.
A typical day at work consists of giving great customer service, helping clients with their needs. Restocking when product seems low in the store/racks. Dealing with the shipments, new merchandise, placing, pricing, etc. Cleaning the department and store at the end of the day.
Employee discount on merchandise, hours very good with school, location close to me
Two day notice for shift change, Month notice for vacation/off
outstanding customer service (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 14 October 2018
-Very welcoming environment -Breaks and requesting time off was reasonable and acceptable -Learned how to sell and promote product -Learned the technologies of apparel and footwear -Provided great customer service
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Weihai – 11 October 2018
Working as a sales associate at the Nike shoe store was basically doing communications with customers and recommending suitable products or helping them to pick their desired ones. Also, working as a cashier and sometimes doing a little bit of cleaning work.
It was not an easy job, however, I did learn a lot such as how to deal with various customer issues and how to make appropriate and pleasant conversations with people including my colleges and superordinates.
Good Company to work for. People are friendly and enthusiastic
Lead Customer Service Representative and Cashier (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 31 August 2018
It is a good and inspiring company to work for but the opportunities to grow and get promoted are few and far between. You may have to move to another country such as the States to get more and better opportunities to grow with the company. Management is very professional and fellow co workers are fun and enthusiastic. The Nike culture is a great environment. This positive environment shows in the products and initiatives they offer to the public.
Generous with providing access and including staff with product offerings and bonuses
Lack of other job opportunies and promotions within the ranks. Wages are moderate to low
Sales (Former Employee) – Airdrie, AB – 7 August 2018
Nike was a fun environment to work with a friendly atmosphere. The fellow employees were nice and great to work with. I have learned time management skills and work ethic. The part I most enjoyed about working at Nike was the environment and how well the entire Nike staff accepted me into their workplace.