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23 days ago

Assistant Store Manager WHBM 3063 Ala Moana Center HI

Chico's FAS, Inc. Honolulu, HI

1. Supervises associates engaged in sales, inventory receipt, reconciling cash receipts, or in performing services for customers. Prepares weekly… Chico's FAS, Inc.


20 days ago

Support Associate WHBM 3063 Ala Moana Center HI

Chico's FAS, Inc. Honolulu, HI

1. Performs various sales and register transactions including ringing purchases, processing of cash or credit payments and counting money… Chico's FAS, Inc.


20 days ago

Sales Associate WHBM 3063 Ala Moana Center HI

Chico's FAS, Inc. Honolulu, HI

1. Meets company sales goals by utilizing sales techniques and communicating product knowledge to the customer; recommends merchandise selections or… Chico's FAS, Inc.


20 days ago

Sales Lead WHBM 3063 Ala Moana Center HI

Chico's FAS, Inc. Honolulu, HI

1. Supervises associates engaged in sales, inventory receipt, reconciling cash receipts, or in performing services for customers. Prepares weekly… Chico's FAS, Inc.


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Chico's FAS President, CEO, and Director David F. Dyer
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    Our store makes over $2 million a year and we make $10-15/hour with a company policy of NEVER giving raises, only COLA

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    Current Employee - Sales Lead  in  Honolulu, HI
    Current Employee - Sales Lead in Honolulu, HI

    I have been working at Chico's FAS

    Pros

    The corporate people do a very good job of marketing, so we are always busy.

    Cons

    They are stingy. Our employee discount is high, but are salaries are so low that we cannot afford to buy anything and pay rent. The pay is about 75% of a Living Wage (according to Living Wage institute's formula). They have a company policy of NEVER giving a wage other than a yearly cost of living adjustment or COLA. That means you could get a 10 cent raise. Yuck! No 401k, minimal health insurance. And the worst part? They have the audacity to make their motto: The best place to work, live, and grow. Also, my store alone does over $2 million/year in sales! I would be ashamed of myself to treat my employees like that!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Dust off the B-school textbooks and remember that demoralization, crippling poverty, and turn-over do not make a business as successful as it could be. Anyone with anything going for them is NEVER going to stay long in a company like this. In order to attract and retain the best people you have to treat them like professionals. This is not a cashier job! Congratulations for contributing to the end of the middle class in America! Enjoy your wealth.

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