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General Sports Sales Associate

Dick's Sporting Goods Bakersfield, CA

· Consistently promoting company programs including warranty sales, scorecard, private label credit card, etc. Skills: • Candidates must be… Glassdoor

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    Life here is like a roller coaster it has it's high up and sometimes it s super lows!!

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    Former Employee - Store Manager in Bakersfield, CA
    Former Employee - Store Manager in Bakersfield, CA

    I worked at Dick's Sporting Goods


    Can be a very fun enviroment to work in.
    Company has a lot of contests that are attainable.
    Fast Paced enviroment with constatn change each week and month and year.
    Management pay is highly competitive and so are the benefits
    Great advancement opportunities.
    Company is always changing and trying to better itself.
    Company is driven to make reporting easy for management to read and understand
    Corporate buyers and team are always looking for feedback from store management
    Company spends money on upkeep of store to make sure they are fresh and clean
    Stock incentives
    Discounts and cetting edge new golf product


    Senior Management sometimes sets goals at unachievable levels and timeframes.
     Payroll lacking in order to give customer service as needed
    Bonus is lacking compared to other companies
    Guidance is usually opposite from district leadership, to Regional and then Corporate staff
    Highly Loss Prevention driven and focused company, sometimes a little overboard.
    Shipping from DC's can incur quite a bit of shrink and no control by store, but all accountability.
    Lack of training for management staff leads to high turnover.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    More training for Management staff, a set training schedule with District Leadership held accountable, has to be supervised by someone outside the District Team.

    Payroll has to be looked at more closely as staffing levels can be inadequate at times due to cutbacks. Competition is going to be based on service and at times there are no sales associates on the floor to help.

    Getting out of touch with the customer seems to be the trend as the company cuts back on payroll and is using more visual aid tools for customer self service. This is good for the customer who does their research but not for the 1st time parent of a little leaguer, football player, etc etc.

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