Team Lead (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 22 March 2018
-Standing on your feet a lot -Competitive sales environment -Not very flexible as a student wanting to work -Hard to get time off -Constantly changing management and guidelines for how the store is supposed to run
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 18 April 2018
Management was terrible. All managers gossiped about all employees in very public settings. It was an all around toxic environment. Earning commission is very difficult as the sales requirements are too high. Management was not understanding if you were sick/ needed a day off for school. All around a terrible job
Seasonal Associate (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 16 March 2018
Because of my age (I was 17 at the time) the manager rarely talked or cared about my concerns. I was never told that I did a good job, and was only told about my mistakes. Was "fired" (meaning they just stopped contacting me or giving me shifts) after asking if I could use the manager as a reference for a second job (they only gave me 2 shifts a week so I thought it was a perfectly fine request).
Brand Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 February 2018
-although its long hours of working, its good experience with customers. -you adapt very quickly to the way things run in the store. -your working with expensive jewelry so the experience is good for future jobs
préposée aux ventes (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 3 January 2018
J'ai appris à interagir avec toutes sortes de clients, la période des fêtes est très intense il faut donc une bonne résistance au stresse. C'est justement le plus difficile, gérer autant de clients toute la journée. L'aspect le plus agréable est de pouvoir rendre les clients satisfaits de leurs achats.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 9 October 2017
the most enjoyable part of the job is seeing how happy you made someone by helping them find the perfect gift for their loved ones. the hardest part of the job is working under stressful chirstmas conditions