Had and am continuing to have an excellent time at nutrition house.
(RNPA), Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 January 2018
Nutrition house is a great company to work for, good work/life balance, flexible hours, the pay is standard for retail, great learning experiences here. Also lots of opportunities to meet with high profile people from various health/wellness companies and network.
Wellness Consultant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 13 December 2017
Recommends I have been working at Nutrition House full-time (Less than a year) Pros Not Supportive,Not friendly, Not efficient organization,Not executive team doesn't show great leadership and this isn't an organization who truly cares about helping people
Great place to gain knowledge and experience from about the natural health food industry
Corporate Store Manager (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 9 December 2017
I have learned a lot from this job with regards to team management and being an effective leader, an example for all staff to look up to. The higher management is highly supportive of the employees and their ideas.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 5 July 2017
Nutrition House is a natural supplement store. With knowledgeable staff, customers are given the supplements based on their needs. Customers are given all the details about the specific products and its benefits. It is the sales associate job to mention if the product will interact with any medications. Good staff is very important and can also help customers to build up a diet chart.
Business Analyst/Sales (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 3 May 2017
A typical day at work is working with customers and receiving orders. There were breaks between customers which gave an opportunity to read up on the products, which I enjoyed. Overall, it was a great job.
Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) – 2121 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, ON K2A 1H2 – 17 January 2014
If you decide to work at Nutrition House, you can bet you will learn everyday, not just business-wise, but about health itself. The one thing that I absolutely do not like about the workplace rules is that you are not allowed reading a type of novel that you, yourself, prefer. It can only be their "health Bible", which is a dictionary-like book of health information ranging from use of vitamins, minerals, toxicity, etc. I, myself, am a health student, outside of work, and I can only take in so much information about health. Sometimes, I just wish to let loose with a fantasy novel, something to keep my mind sharp and my enthusiasm flowing. Of course, I would only read when there were no customers and all other jobs were done. Other than that, the people you work with are nice and the things you learn are magnificent.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 21 May 2013
A typical day at NH was spent cleaning and bagging bags with news letters and ads. It was in a mall in the town, but it never got overly busy. My manager was a difficult person to work for but my other two co-workers were wonderful, one being my best friend. Because I was working with health, I learned a lot, but I didn't feel much incentive to learn things on my own because I worked twice a week and was paid minimum wage and not for any extra time spent learning. It was like pushing drugs at time, but healthy drugs.
When it was slow, I could spend most of the time on my phone playing games, once I had cleaned and done what needed to be done.