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Citi Trends Savannah, GA +3 locations

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Coordinates with HR, Payroll and other HR related departments to recommend and implement… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Store Manager

Citi Trends Thomasville, AL +88 locations

In this role, you'll be the glue that holds our store together. Your organized nature and five years of prior retail management experience will be… CareerBuilder

17 days ago

Store Sales Associate

Citi Trends Austin, TX +5 locations

Citi Trends is looking for a dedicated Store Sales Associate to join our team at one of the largest chains in the value-priced urban apparel… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Citi Trends Bryan, TX +81 locations

• Assist Store Manager with daily operations and supervision of employees. • Maintaining proper inventory controls, facilitate inventory… CareerBuilder

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    Horrible experience

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    Former Employee - Store Manager  in  Harrisburg, PA
    Former Employee - Store Manager in Harrisburg, PA

    I worked at Citi Trends full-time for more than a year


    I am still friends with some of my old customers


    stores are in the trashy parts of town;racist customers - of all colors; theft is rampant and the company undermines store manager efforts to protect assets; DM who throws temper tantrums and talks about SMs with other SMs (and leaves the phone messages on the voicemail of the person she's trashing); all my visitors (corp, buyers, inventory, etc) were scheduled on my day off with no alternate day off; police in the store several times a week for customers with handguns, domestic fights, theft; customers beating and cussing at their toddlers; stores crammed to the rafters with sleazy clothes; way too much freight for the store's size; corp micro-management; need I continue?

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    You hired us as store managers, you wanted us to have experience and merchandising talent - so why do you treat us like idiots and micromanage every move we make? Why don't you listen when we tell you unsecured (and really nice) jewelry is walking out of our stores, and let us put sensors and tags on it? Why do you think it's ok to work us 6+ days a week? Why do you only have 1 salaried person in the store, and then cut the budget for a 7-day (roughly 80 hours) operation to 165 hours?

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