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Retail Assistant Store Manager

Teavana Livonia, MI

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Retail Assistant Store Manager

Teavana Boise, ID

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Retail Assistant Store Manager – new

Teavana Canton, OH

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Retail Assistant Store Manager

Teavana Lake Grove, NY

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Retail Assistant Store Manager

Teavana Rancho Cucamonga, CA

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Retail Assistant Store Manager

Teavana Appleton, WI

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Retail Assistant Store Manager – new

Teavana Saint Paul, MN

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Retail Assistant Store Manager

Teavana Potomac, VA

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Retail Assistant Store Manager

Teavana Bay Shore, NY

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Retail Assistant Store Manager – new

Teavana Auburn Hills, MI

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    Far too aggressive sales environment for the little pay/hours given, way too pushy and misleading. Not worth it.

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate/Teaologist
    Former Employee - Sales Associate/Teaologist

    I worked at Teavana part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Discount on all Starbucks and teavana products, flexible schedule and they are willing to accommodate you if you have a second job. Get to drink free tea throughout your shift.

    Cons

    Expect to be working with very aggressive sales people, they are misleading when hiring you and while they say they are hiring you on for at least 10 to 15 hours a week, expect to be only working at about 6 to 9 hours a week. They say hours are based on sales, but there "chill" atmosphere that they let on during the interview becomes spoiled when you are forced to read a hundred page training manual how to get people to feel guilty or stupid for not buying expensive products and how to keep pushing products until they finally get fed up and say no. Hard to get sales because your untrustworthy coworkers will steal your customers, especially the team leads, who will act like they want you to succeed but use you to further their sales. I would only work 3 hour shifts, but the anxiety and stress of being forced and pushed to sell at least a $100 dollars in product to everyone that walked in the door, and get questioned on every customer from management was not worth the minimum wage pay. Although it is base plus commission, you hardly ever can get commission on the little hours you work. Also, very immature and dumb coworkers who get very personal and competitive. Overall stay away if possible, but if you need an immediate job or no other options it is an okay temporary job to put up with. I left soon after I found a decent other position at another company. They are also misleading about how great there company is now that they have merged with Starbucks, but they haven't seem to have caught up with Starbucks business plan and are too busy trying to force expensive cast iron pots down there customers throats and mislead them on the price of tea and how to brew it at home. Stay away!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If your more honest with your customers instead of lying to them to make sales, you would make more money. Also, stop treating your sales people like children and talking down to them and don't make everything so personal i.e. talking crap about employees to other employees. Give your sales people a chance to make sales by giving them better hours. Stop misleading people in interviews about what the job really is and what they will be doing. Also, clean more often- that B rating is disgusting.

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