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Aldo is a fun and dynamic setting where you can feel free to be yourself. You always feel great when you've helped a customer style an outfit and they are beyond thrilled with the experience. There are also great company rewards that recognize those who work hard and are driven. Great support from upper management as well.
District managers are not understanding. you’re made to feel guilty/pressured into putting more work in. Very little coaching or store presence from district managers but will write in your quarterlies the things you need to work on but not follow up/ work on these areas with you and then turn it back around on you
Productive and fun workplace with a great team of like-minded employees. However, Aldo lacked a lot of head office support, rarely checking in and returning calls and messages. Overall it was a great learning experience and gave me tons of hands on skills that I can now bring to the table for new jobs.
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It is a great company to start off with being a sales person or a stock person but the wages are not the best, unless you a favorite within higher management do not expect to be paid more than minimum especially when you advance within the company.
If you never worked in a big company, or if you are a Entry Level Manager, it is a good company to start. Long hours shift, if you are a Salary Employee, you will not receive any extra payment for working more than 40 hours, Store Managers at Aldo usually work more than 50 hours per week. Good company do get experience for a big company.
Management pushed the "The Aldo Image" Even though my store won best operational cost and sales performance I was still pulled aside and told that my staff didn't meet company image standards. eg. Overweight. Senior management referred to my store as the "frump a lump" store. I continued hiring well qualified people and my stores always succeed in spite of not having management support.
discount on shoes
There is a lot of pressure and no work like balance what so ever. You do not get any appreciation for the extra work you put in, and the staff is poorly treated.
The Aldo group is not a job to have for a long time. It is stressful at times and fun during others. It is a good place to learn retail. Learn and make mistakes because the upper management is very willing to train you.
I have so much appreciation for the Aldo Group for allowing me to not only learn the skills necessary to work in retail/customer service, but also put those skills to use and advance in my career life. They believed I was a good fit for a management position and helped me work my way up to it. I started as Sales lead/stock coordinator, then got promoted to assistant manager, and within 4 months, I was promoted to Manager. Being such a small store, I did the stock as well as the management tasks. A typical day for me would start on the sales floor then move to the back to do the stock. The hardest part of the job would most likely be difficult customers. Anywhere you go, there will be difficult and rude people, it's all about finding that balance and not taking it personally. The most enjoyable part would be the team work and watching a customer leave completely satisfied with their experience.
I love the product
A lot of running around
Started out as a part timer then full timer, grew with the company got promoted as key holder. Got relocated from Shoe Store to Accessories Store. Then got promoted as an assistant manager then relocated to another location. Learned so much since I joined this company, learned a lot from each different managers. Learned how to be well organized, how to communicate with co-workers, how to keep my sales consistent, how to keep up with what I was doing, etc. The hardest part of this job is to learn how to deal with customers who complains at the same time to keep my mind calm and stable then offer customer proper result. To be enthusiastic every day at work, since you will run into lots of different customers with different personalities. You have to act fast!
Got the chance to work in different markets, work with a variety of people and learned to adapt to different environments. Love the company and what it stands for.
It pushed me to better myself on every level. Managing there teaches how to improve sales, visual presentations, how to manage a team, to train employees to be the best of the best and feel like they are part of a worldwide leader company.
Typical day of work: scheduling and budgeting, training new staff, and giving excellent customer service. I learned everything I know from working this company. I learned how to manage a store, training staff, the ultimate customer service, scheduling building, and cost efficiency.
A high energy work place with room for advancement and the freedom and encouragement to play with your own style. Being manager of an accessories store you are the stock coordinator as well as the general manager of the store. The hardest part of the job is being able to take control of two positions and still being able to run the store successfully with training, budgets, visual changes and other numerous tasks.
14 hour days ( Black Friday, Boxing day)
Great attitude , positive mentality and happy to serve customers finding their need with the perfect match.
Always commit to help and serve our customer with love, respect and integrity. Bring the best of us to our customers and provide the best Customer service and make sure our customers leave our store happy and thinking to come back any time to shop with us.