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J’étais associée aux ventes et c’était ma job étudiante. C’était vraiment la job parfaite pour une étudiante comme moi, les horaires étaient flexible et mes patrons compréhensifs. L’équipe était le fun et j’avais envie d’aller travailler! Les clients sont aussi gentils et les journées passent vite!
My manager is good and all staff good...All people are working in team.I worked in GOH department...GOH picking and put away is easy...Working experience is good in Moores company....
Sometimes they arrange party...
Sometimes we worked extra hours
I hated this job. Like a lot of minimum waged jobs, you will be taken advantage of and not treated as well as you should be, by both customers and your superiors. No room for advancement. I was given a 20 cent an hour raise about 6 months into working there, and my workload almost doubled and I was micromanaged throughout my shifts. Worst thing I’d have to say though about this job is that your hours don’t mean anything. You’re scheduled until close? Expect to be there at least an hour longer just waiting for your manager to finish up because apparently you can’t leave until they do. You’re finally scheduled before close? Sorry, you need to stay longer because we’re too disorganized. My coworkers were all pretty kind and fun to work with though, but it didn’t make up for the poor work environment and management.
Long hours, no room to grow, poor management
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j'ai eu plusieurs tâches de travail dont le service de chaque client rentrant au magasin(un atout),la présentation et la reconnaissance des produits et services offerts,appels de clients tel qu'un suivi,promotion ou offres spécials,
As far as jobs go, it’s not terrible, especially if you’re young and don’t have a ton of experience. The pay is not equal to the amount of work you put it, but other benefits of the job are what kept me working there for so long. The hours are reasonable, the benefits are good, and the discount is good as well. The management really varies from store to store, so you might get lucky and have an awesome manager, but you can also easily end up with a monster for a manager.
Good hours, flexible, good benefits
Extremes in busy season and slow seasons, poor management, low pay
The Sales Associate position is a great job to have while at University or College. The flexible schedule with mostly evening shifts allows you to attend class while having a part-time job on the side. The position allows you to develop your presentation skill by doing shirt stacks or tuxedo rental consultations. It also gives you the opportunity to be a problem solver and work with your coworkers to find solutions to customers problems. This position is only a minimum wage position, and in order to get a raise, you need to either get promoted or be in the company for several years.
Flexible Work Schedules, Employee Discount
Always Work Weekends, Fights Among Wardrobe Consultants
I starting working here as a part time job because I went to school. I loved it at first but over time I realized how little they were paying me for the heaviness of the job... They expect you to dress like a million bucks, while paying you a minimum salary. They expect you to be top shape all the time and scold you for every little mistake. It’s emotionally, physically and mentally exhausting to work here and that’s why absolutely disagree with the salary choice. It’s a good place to start for work experience and knowledge. Customers are nice, not always, but most times. Overall it’s not bad, I had friends who worked at McDonalds... It’s a good start but you can find better, specially in our generation where everything is accessible from a screen. Certain jobs with similar roles are more beneficial.
Working at Moore's is something I enjoy very much but the salary and benefits are not enough to live off. Having worked there for three years I have learned and now understand the importance of offering good customer service to each and every customer.
This job has taught me many things about being able to help people so many ways. And being able to relate products to their lifestyle, so they have some kind of attachment when wearing a product from Moores.
Good benefits for Full time workers
Less foot traffic in store.
I was getting paid $14 to be the only non-commissioned manager in the store, it involved alot of evening and weekend work. The big perk salary wise was the store bonuses if the retail hit either is good or excellent budget for the month. The operations manager (now tuxedo manager) was responsible for the rental part of the store, Managers put emphasis on the retail over rental, at all levels so you were constantly being pulled away from the job you are hired to do and what the other Manager's want you to do to assist the retail side. This is not a unique experience, I spoke with other Operations managers from Nanaimo to Quebec who all said exactly the same thing.
You get to say you were a manager
inadequate pay, thankless job, and your manager will not give you the time to do it.
If you're going to work retail this is the place to work! Not very many retail environments still work on commission, as long as you are good with customers, selling behaviors and building relationships this will be fun for you!
Freedom to manage your paycheque
Really enjoyed working here. Everyone was great and the management was wonderful. Great place to learn more about men's clothing. Really enjoyed that the environment wasn't very competitive and was very relaxed but we still got the job done.
Great co-workers and relaxed sales
Long hours on your feet and not the best salary
Company will do anything to cut corners and save money. Management doesn't value its employees the way that they should. Due to it's commission based pay system the employees are only interested in helping themselves, even at the cost of their coworkers.