Commis au service à la clientèle (Employé actuel) – Montréal, QC – 30 mai 2019
there's no communication , poor salary ,no commission only 30% on everything, if you work in canada you have no promotions online and no employee website, we have no growing opportunity and there's a lot of favoritism and poor management & they ask for availabilities but they dont give shifts / like long shifts. They also obligates you to wear an uniform , which is always late to be given they say every 3 months you get( shirts) stafff dress and every 6 months you get a complete staff dress plus one pair of shoe and they always skip pants or shoes they're so cheap and hire kids there's a big problem in the management they hire incompetent staff and managers PLUS they pay you minimum wage, and they always push you to make sales , there's no bonus
Sales Associate (Ancien employé) – Edmonton, AB – 7 août 2019
It was always a fun shift in Nike. Teamwork among staff was a priority in the workplace. The management made sure that the team is looking toward same goals which are to increase customer's satisfaction in every transaction and meet both the store's and the customer's objectives.