Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 10 May 2017
i had very nice colleagues and very good hours and pay. Hardest part of the job was when the technology would change to adjusting yourself was a bit tricky but nothing impossible. The enjoyable component was when new stock would arrive, and co=workers and i would see which one is the prettiest or which one will sell the fastest
Sale Associate (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – 22 March 2017
- Typical day consisted of cleaning the floors at closing and throwing away garbage. - Assist the manager in daily closing routines and being able to count cash efficiently and accurately. - Learned to greet and acknowledge all customers with a friendly smile
Sales/Shift leader (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 11 October 2016
Every day we would open and close the store by company standards. ensure the products were stocked up and daily duties were done together as a team. Met daily goals and assisted customers with various tasks.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 March 2016
• Achieving store sales goals and motivating staff to achieve sales goals • Maintaining company merchandising standards • Promptly and accurately completing all paperwork procedures (New Hire, Incident, Reports, etc.) • Maintain store fund and monitor deposits in accordance with company policies. • Interfacing with District, Regional and corporate personnel (i.e. accounting and human resources)
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Rocky View, AB – 28 August 2015
A typical work day at True Religion is busy since we are a outlet location. On a slow day we could see anywhere from 400-600 people and on a busy/weekend we can see 800-1100 people. This always keeps us busy from helping customers to maintaining clean environment so customer can shop. I learned a lot from this job, I learned KPI, conversion, LP and mostly teamwork. I think teamwork is key in a location like this especially when we have so many shoppers in the store. Everyone was tasked with something so collectively we can accomplish a goal like our sales goal. We worked on a bonus structure we needed to achieve our monthly goal to get have a reward. This really meant you couldn't be a one person show and needed everyones help to reach the goal. Co-workers are probably the best part of the job. Everyone was close and everyone was could be included in something. The hardest part of the job was doing processing the boxes, since in a given week we can receive no boxes to receiving 100 of boxes within days. The lack of hours also made accomplishing some task difficult with floor coverage and boxes that had to be completed.
Sales Associate (Cashier) (Current Employee) – calgary ab – 11 February 2015
The job is pretty easy and nothing to hard and i talk to many people about a lot of things and see a lot of great people. Folding the clothes and organizing them is pretty easy until certain customers decided to start pulling out clothes like crazy and we must make sure some of them don't steal our product.
A really great place to work with lots of amazing people
District Visual Lead for Western Canada (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 29 September 2014
True Religion was a great place to work! It was really fun, and exciting and you get to meet tons of fantastic people. They really love their people and do a great job of looking after you and making sure you're happy with your job and career path. It's awesome to work for a company that challenges you to succeed and drives you to try hard and be the best you can be!
Dominated monthly sales, consistently posting the highest SPH & TPH at the Mapleview location Recognized for creativity when asked to create visual displays on a monthly basis Develop “up selling” tactics to increase sales and increase brand loyalty Assisted with shipping and receiving when called upon