Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 April 2018
The company is probably good at US, but in Canada they do not appreciate the employees and the goals are crazy somentimes. Do not expect to grow in this company, if you start at sale associate you will be sales associate til the end. They can threaten your job if you do not make a miracle to achieve the goals. Management is poor.
Sales Associate & Cashier (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 December 2017
I didn’t enjoy working for the Yorkdale location. The people were rude and there was little room for growth. I feel like they could give new associates a chance, but don’t. The way they treat seasonal associates was terrible. The staff there didn’t know how to work as a team. Just a team of superficial people. I did enjoy the discounts though.
A fun work environment - but little room for growth. I am looking to excel and develop my skills further without limitations.
Visual Coordinator (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 June 2015
A typical day at Tory starts with early morning floor changes- to initialize sell thru, new arrivals or markdowns of current collections. By creating more impactful displays of slower moving products, and using due diligence of what needs to be more highlighted on the sales floor or removed in accordance to store inventory levels. My skills of personal decision making based on traffic, inventory and environment has allowed me to read our clients needs, wants and expectations. Giving me the initiative to deliver. One of the best aspects of my job is my team - they truly help to create a functioning, diverse and fun work place. I have had the privilege of working with District Visual Managers with store openings, store changes, and one on one mentoring. After three years at Tory they are still in the developing process of creating more structured and challenging roles for their Canadian stores - I am more interested in overseeing multiple stores inregards to visual changes, executions and presentations. I like being on the design and creative side of the table - picking and choosing the direction the collection will land in retail stores.