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Un magasin reste un magasin, ce qui fait vraiment la différence est l'équipe. Au foot locker de st Bruno, vous en trouverez une excellente. Un très bon gérant ainsi que des collègue en or. L'ambiance est super et les client aussi (en général) Il y a toujours quelque chose à faire donc les journée passe vite. En plus les rabais employé très intéressant!
Relatively easy job, besides around Christmas time and back to school. Personally I think we should be paid a little more but that's retail for you. Lots of opportunities to move up if you wish to do that. Management listens to your concerns and are truly a phone call away if you need them. If you're a Sneakerhead this is no doubt the job for you.
Discount, hours, relaxed
Pay, hours are slim if you're a part timer
District managers are terrible, and that only means that the store managers are just as bad or worse ( obviously not every single one). The pay is laughable, and the expectations are just as outrageous ( for anyone above part-time). They asked me to work off the clock and pay me another week because they need to manage hours. They had me come back and work in the night after regular shift the same day. Managers rig raffles (if not them then it’s the assistant manager). Would only recommend if you’re a part-time student, not as much pressure and expectations.
30%-50% discount. So you buy all there cool stuff.
Working at footlocker.
I have been with Footlocker for 5 years now. Footlocker isn’t just a job for me anymore it’s more of a family. I am enjoy going to work everyday. Hours are flexible and pay is average can’t complain. You do get benefits of first come first serve for some releases. Overall 10/10
Loved working at footlocker even wanted to become manger of one of the locations in Toronto but it seemed location I was working at they didn’t want to me advance to the higher position eventually let me go for no good reason.
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The job can be fun and busy depending on the season-- back to school, black friday, christmas. The environment of the store is really depending on the manager. Some were fun, some were strict and some could be unfair. You are required to meet sale goals which is not that hard. The best part about working at foot locker were the coworkers and building an awesome shoe collection.
Employee discount 30%-50%
PT- no benefits and low pay (minimum wage)
I've worked there for awhile now and it's not worth the discount.. They show zero respect about us employees and were always bending over backwards for this company, for nothing. 10/10 don't recommend Footlocker to anyone. Not even to my worst enemy
Store manager constantly making your life a nightmare
Working at footlocker may had been the most challenging experience I've encountered as far as employment is concerned. The manager was incompetent and unable to keep the staffs in line.
As an assistant manager you got all the responsibility and no compensation. Bonuses were "just taken away" as I was promoted? How likely. 100% Audit with no bonus. But the manager boasts about his. And if you think the stress ends after you quit boy are you wrong, you might get a call months later (on a Valentines Day to boot) accusing you of theft and fraud! But when they review everything and realize you are innocent all you get is a text with no apology
Discount but you might get accused of theft
Stressful, no compensation, no reason to hit sale goals, no reason to be promoted unless you skip ASM.
Footlocker is a good job for someone who lives with their parents or who are students that like sneaker culture you'll make the bare minimum wage and benefits that a company is required by law to offer but truly nothing else. When you work at least 1 year work well and leave, i guarantee you, you stay any longer than that you will waste your valuable time and is not worth it. They couldn't care less about their employees they only look out for their Store managers and District managers and nothing else really. Truly bad "career opportunities" if you could even call it that. Work for a year ONLY IF YOU REALLY LIKE SNEAKER CULTURE. If not avoid this company like the plague
Good for part times
Terrible for Anyone else.
fast paced and helping new and regular customers. you are helping all types of customers and trying to find a perfect shoe for whatever activity they are doing (Basketball, Volleyball, walking). 30% off for employees on shoes and clothing.
Working at footlocker is great in a sense where you meet a lot of different people where you become close friends with because you have such similar styles, however work can get very stressful and they do not pay management enough for the amount of work and stress they carry.
A day at footlocker as the assistant manager involved everything of a regular keyholder accept I was to check emails, create and submit any orders for supplies, as well as verifying the store is suitable for customers. I learned just how important your shoes are and how much a cheap pair of shoes can have a long term effect on your joints. Management was wonderful, sometimes we were a little short staffed but overall he found a way to push through and assist me with anything that I needed help with. The workplace culture was fantastic and had a young refreshing vibe every time you'd go to work. Many of the times, the hardest part of the job is having to take criticism on things in the store that you have no control over. However the best part of the job was being able to see all the new shoes before they were released.
Perhaps a lot has changed since I left. But when I was there, a major disconnect was present between Upper management and just about everyone. A lot of big talk about caring about people with absolutely nothing to back it up. Unless there was a model that you fit.
Productive workplace that is flexible with school schedules. Great for a part-time job but it will not pay enough to cover the cost of living. It is a good second job.