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Hardlines/Softlines Sales Managers - South Florida (Atlantic Coast) Market

DICK'S Sporting Goods Coral Springs, FL

As a DICK'S Sporting Goods Sales Manager you will be responsible for achieving company objectives in sales performance, profit contribution and p… AllRetailJobs

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    So much potential for this fun job, but overall too many bumps with company

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    Former Employee - Footwear Sales Associate
    Former Employee - Footwear Sales Associate

    I worked at Dick's Sporting Goods part-time (less than an year)


    I experienced a new store opening. I was in Footwear Sales and actually really enjoyed my job. The best part of the job was interacting with all the customers and helping them find the most appropriate shoe for his/her foot type. I also enjoyed the side projects, moving new product into the store, organizing, etc. Had some great co-workers and also had some great supervisors.


    Benefits have recently been taken away for part-time employees, therefore, making the dollar/hour compensation not worth it. There was no training. Though I did have some great co-workers, there were also those who refused to work, requiring others to carry the entire work load... to be somewhat expected in a retail job I suppose, but it was ignored by upper management. Too much focus on recognition through the "Wow" stickers and less focus on true customer service.

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    If an employee is not doing what he/she was hired to do, fire them and hire someone who is willing and eager to do that job. Too much focus on "Wow" stickers. Spend more time motivating and training employees to work above and beyond. Teach the qualities needed in order to be successful at the job. This issue should be your number one priority as a company. Bring back benefits for part-time employees -- that would have been a big benefit for me and would have possibly made me think twice before quitting.

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