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30+ days ago

Store Manager

Citi Trends Minneapolis, MN

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

2 days ago

Store Sales Associate – new

Citi Trends Minneapolis, MN

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

2 days ago

Assistant Store Manager – new

Citi Trends Minneapolis, MN

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

30+ days ago

District Manager

Citi Trends, Inc. Minneapolis, MN

include the following. • Ensure district compliance to all company policies, directives and operational standards • Visit all stores within district…

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    Former Employee - First Manager  in  Minneapolis, MN
    Former Employee - First Manager in Minneapolis, MN

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


    Well, the brands are pretty cool and the fact that it is cheap to shop there. it's a good for a second job under 20 hours a week.


    At my store, there were Lazy people. Pay sucks and the customer are rude. There is no discount what so ever. Also, there will be times when my store manager will not show up. There is no chance for advancement. Way under staff and when it gets busy, there is not enough employees to help everyone.

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    Listen to your employees and treat them like Humans!

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