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3 days ago

Macy's Seasonal Retail Sales Part Time/Full Time Temporary - San Diego, CA - Fas

Macy's San Diego, CA

The Seasonal Sales Associate is responsible for providing outstanding customer service, meeting hourly sales and Star Rewards goals on a personal and… Snagajob


4 days ago

Retail Commission Sales Fine Jewelry, Flex: San Diego, CA - Macy's University To

Macy's San Diego, CA

by clicking here. The Flex schedule is designed to allow Macy's to flex up staffing during key events and peak selling times, and allows you the… Snagajob


4 days ago

Retail Gift Registry Advisor, Part Time: San Diego, CA - Macy's University Town

Macy's San Diego, CA

by clicking here. Essential Functions: • Guiding couples through the creation of a personalized gift registry including items for their home… Snagajob


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    A decent part time job while you go to school

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in San Diego, CA
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in San Diego, CA

    I worked at Macy's part-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    The schedule is really flexible and you get the opportunity to work in different departments.

    Cons

    I worked for Macy's for a year and a half and pay was decent for a fresh high school student, 8.60 seasonal and then 9.10 regular, after that pay hardly rises.I knew people working there 3+ years that were paid not much more then me or even lower! Training is a joke they have you sitting in front of a computer for countless hours then say you are trained and throw you on the selling floor usually on a very busy day my first day was on black friday, the people that actually train you are other sales associates.Managers tend to have favorites and it is painfully obvious who those are and there always seemed to be too much work place drama. I would say the worse thing you can do is make Macy's your lively hood don't stay there forever as others have, Macy's has a way of draining you.

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    Change the way new hires are trained sitting in front of a computer for several hours in one sit in helps no one.

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