I started with BodyMods in the spring of 2014 as a part time customer service rep. I had about 20 hours a week on average, but was often able to boost the hours by covering shifts for my coworkers. I was promoted to a senior in 2015, which is basically an assistant manager in training - you don't have the experience, but you're given more responsibility and pay and work closely with the manager to learn how to lead a team. By Summer 2015 I was an assistant manager with full time hours, and in early 2016, I was moved to head office to work as the office assistant. In February 2018, I was promoted to office manager and in March, I was moved to marketing.
This is a company that recognizes your strengths and passions and will promote you to where you fit best if you put the work in. My role in managing social media and graphic design was created because I brought them some ads I put together on my own time and continually worked to prove I could do the job I wanted.
The owners have helped me with vet bills, driving my mom to her doctor's appointments, getting my licence, giving me time off when needed, helping with schooling, helping when I was in my car accident, getting my passport, and so much more. I've seen them do similar for other employees.
For local stores, the company will host the occasional night out, and for the far away ones, they'll do a Crew night out with whatever store they're staying at. There's a bonus system where your team can make up to $600 in bonus a month, to be split up by the store manager among the team. Full time employees get extended healthplus... care and dental, and are often on track to move up in the company.moins
Caring team, advancement, good pay, benefits package
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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.