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Lead Business Systems Analyst - Stores

Hot Topic, Inc. City of Industry, CA

We're looking for a Lead Business Systems Analyst with SAP POS experience to analyze, design, implement and enhance our store business systems… Dice


17 hrs ago

Associate Technical Designer – new

Hot Topic Hot Topic, Inc. Corporate Office

Manages moderately complex technical product development process and ensures consistency of fit and quality in the assigned… Glassdoor


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Hot Topic CEO & Director Lisa Harper
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    Very fun and casual listening to great music all day but low pay

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    I worked at Hot Topic part-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    You can express yourself and wear whatever you want, listen to great music, paid for your concert tickets if you filled out a fashion report, great energetic and fun co workers. Worked there for 7 years and loved it until the end.

    Cons

    Very low pay that is impossible to live off of, right before I left shifts were cut down to 3 hour shifts which was ridiculous. As pay got lower and hours shorter, expectations grew from upper management that was impossible to do everything they wanted while trying to retain great customer service and maintain the store. Every now ans then you would get a bad customer/parent, but I worked in a bible belt town so it was expected.

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    3 hour shifts is a waste of anyone's time, go back to 5 hour shifts and prioritize on what you expect from employees and the store

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