Avaliações de funcionários da empresa Coach: Cashier
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most of the time it's a good environment to work in unless you don't get a long with the managers or your coworkers. pay is low for the customers you have to deal with on a daily basis. very strict on the way you dress, hair, nails, and the way you present yourself.
Working at Coach was fun. Fellow co-workers were nice and fun to be around. The company invests in their employees more then other companies. Management were great except some of them can be over-bearing. Sometimes management would work as if corporate office was always watching them.
Bonus checks. Breaks policy. Paid sick time. Paid vacation.
No Holidays off.
A typical day includes working at the cash register and on the sales floor assisting customers to meet their needs. My managers and co-workers were all wonderful and encouraging. I learned communication skills very quickly and still use them everyday. My employment at Coach was extremely beneficial.
I enjoy working at this job. My co-workers are very friendly and welcoming. Although overwhelming at times, the customers are easy to work with and are often very friendly. I wish I was able to get more hours and had benefits like sick days and personal time.
I loved this job. Although it wasn't very challenging, everyone I came in contact with was great. Everyone worked as a team, and everyday went smoothly. I loved all of the tourist everyday. The hardest part of this job was literally standing in one spot for 10+hours.
Standing in one spot for so long
A typical day at work consisted of several customers coming in, and one of us trying to claim them as our customer for the sales. If it was holiday season, we all ran around trying to keep all of our customers along with keeping the store organized and the phone answered. I learned most of how sales numbers are demanding and the importance of store sales. Because it was a luxury store in a wealthy area, a few of our workers were rude and uppity. I have been taught great people skills and also adaptability to different types of people. This is one reason I have a great ability to work in sales. The hardest part of the job was claiming customers as your territory expressing why they need to buy the product, and convincing them to do so. The most enjoyable part was learning about the different types of learner, and learning about the behind-the-scenes of what I had been taught in class.
Discount on store products.
Demanding sales expectations.
Was very excited to get this job and my co-workers were very welcoming, nice, and helpful. Management was very mixed up and do not pay attention to their employees. When I had a death in my family I told one manager for the day off which she approved and when I came back I got in trouble from another manager. Then when I had to move I wanted to transfer to another store they kept pushing me aside like I was not important and kept giving me the run around or they were too busy so I had to move to a different state without a job even though I worked hard, stayed late, and came into work on my days off. Also they pay was not great but even though I went through that I still miss my job and my co-workers.
Being able to interact with people from all walks of life was the highlight of each day I went into work. I learned lots of patience and understanding from individuals I considered to be life teachers. The management was not all that great, but when the appropriate effort was put in, things ran smoothly.
The most enjoyable part of my job was interacting with people I worked as a cashier on a slow day I would be on the floor being a sales rep , I would also take phone calls about customers having handbags on hold