Retail Assistant in Dandenong VIC
Was great when I first started, quickly learnt that I was wrong and it isn't a good place to work.Within the first week of starting there I learnt quickly who I could and couldn't trust, majority talk badly behind one another's back including management. They promise you things that dont end up happening, waste alot of time fixing lazy associate's mistakes with no recognition, casual rate is $27- while part-time is 22.30 an hour when part-time associatiates work alot harder for minimal wage. 25 hours per week are the most hours anyone will get unless your management. Ungrateful and disrespectful staff would definitely not recommend anyone to work there unless they want to be over worked and under payed.
Sales Associate in Craigieburn VIC
Awful managers, non-existent training. Decent salary and co-workers.Received practically no training, had to learn everything on the go myself - or ask for help from more experienced workers. The male manager who was present for most of my shifts played favourites and made new employees deeply uncomfortable, but the female managers were far easier to work with.Pay was solid for casual work and co-workers were friendly enough, but clearly had 'cliques'.As a sales associate you WILL be expected to 'volunteer' to help out everywhere that is needed. Eg: Working the floor, laying out and tagging clothing items, sorting deliveries at the loading dock, and working the registers. Do not expect to find something you enjoy doing and be able to stick to it. You must be flexible and able to stay on your feet all day.
Christmas Casual Sales Associate in Hoppers Crossing VIC
Good place to earn some extra cash and gain some work experienceI was able to relate to some fellow workers who had empathy and generally were very kind. Tasks were pretty self explanatory and not too difficult but areas such as the cash register did involve training you through 'shadowing,' rather you were just told how to use it and had to learn through trial and error which can cause customer frustration, especially during busy periods. Overall, this was the hardest part of the job. On the other hand, the most enjoyable part of the job was learning from other workers who had been in that company for longer and were understanding of your competency to do tasks. Lastly, if you don't make a shift don't expect to be rostered the following week/s as it is expected you are available at anytime with little personal commitments.
Christmas Casual Retail Assistant in Braybrook VIC
Fun place to work! Lots of hours. I was hired as a Christmas Casual (October 2020 -January 2021) and enjoyed my time working for the company, I learnt a lot and got along well with everyone I worked with. I liked that shifts were usually a minimum 5 hours and a maximum of 9 hours, managers were very generous with giving hours and accommodating to any requests. Managers were really appreciative of the hard work employees did and I was often thanked especially when doing a good job at cleaning. As a Christmas gift each employee received a $50 TK Maxx voucher and a TK Maxx drink bottle. The only con for me was that even though the roster was published far in advance, you would have to check each day as your hours may have changed without much notice. Unfortunately I was not kept on after the contract finished but there is a good chance they will keep you on. I had an interview with 3 different TK Maxx stores so I recommend applying for more than one.
Sales Associate in Scarborough UK
Great Place to work if you like to be busyAll the staff at TJX are super friendly and never make you feel uncomfortable, even if you make a mistake. I worked over the Christmas period and there was all something, if not two things to be doing. The job was quite fast pace, but not overwhelming, which I really enjoyed. I felt that I was trusted with responsibilities and there was always room to progress and improve.