Don't bother wasting your time. The job is easy enough and it's amazing to meet all the wonderful customers but the owners of the company really don't care much about their employees at all. Between unreliable management and unbelievable employee turn around, it's no wonder most people only work there for no more than 6 months. And they won't hire males, this coming from one of the lead managers. The quality of the product is garbage and extremely over priced. You can get the same pieces from Amazon for a fraction of what they sell it for at BodyMods. It's hard to sell body jewellery when you're getting multiple returns a day and have to vouch for a product you know is going to break within the 90 day exchange policy.
You work alone, employee discount is pretty okay
You work alone all day, cannot leave the kiosk, unreliable managers, often a lack of communication, unreliable, no job security at all
Basically title. I loved working there doing the day to day. The clients are a pretty specific type, and they're almost always chill. You get to have a lot of one on one with each customer which gives you time to be friendly and actually have a chat if they want. I loved my coworkers too, shift change actually became a highlight of the day. But to say that upper management was incompetent would be an understatement. Stock was hard to get and basics were rarely filled. You'd send them a list, and would get a fraction of what you needed back, with no indication if you'd ever get the rest of what you needed. Sales goals were unattainable and we were constantly berated in nice terms for not meeting them. Everytime we tried to bring up why we couldn't make the goals (it's not like you can grab people by the wrist and force them to buy!) We'd be told to not make excuses. I'm not sure why, but someone higher up seemed to have it out for me. When I found out she was insulting me behind my back it was the nail in the coffin. I really wish I could have stayed. I really genuinely enjoyed working there, but the employers were so hostile to me despite me best efforts.