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15 days ago

Operations Associate

DICK'S Sporting Goods Daly City, CA +2 locations

Every associate at DICK'S Sporting Goods is united by a common thread - our PASSION for the sports we love! Every position on our team, whether… TopUSAJobs


15 days ago

Golf Sales Associate

DICK'S Sporting Goods Daly City, CA +3 locations

Every associate at DICK'S Sporting Goods is united by a common thread - our PASSION for the sports we love! Every position on our team, whether… TopUSAJobs


30+ days ago

Footwear Sales Associate

DICK'S Sporting Goods Daly City, CA +4 locations

Every associate at DICK'S Sporting Goods is united by a common thread - our PASSION for the sports we love! Every position on our team, whether… TopUSAJobs


29 days ago

Apparel Sales Associate

DICK'S Sporting Goods Daly City, CA +3 locations

Every associate at DICK'S Sporting Goods is united by a common thread - our PASSION for the sports we love! Every position on our team, whether… TopUSAJobs


30+ days ago

Lodge (Hunt/Camp/Fish) Sales Associate

Dick's Sporting Goods Daly City, CA +2 locations

• Ability to meet the Federal requirements for handling and processing firearm transactions by successfully completing a background check. Skills… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Bikes & Exercise Sales Associate

Dick's Sporting Goods Daly City, CA +3 locations

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


17 days ago

Cashier

Dick's Sporting Goods Daly City, CA +3 locations

• Consistently promoting company programs including warranty sales, scorecard, private label credit card, etc. Skills: • Accurate and… Glassdoor


18 hrs ago

Footwear Sales Leader – new

Dicks Sporting Goods Fremont, CA

Every associate at DICK'S Sporting Goods is united by a common thread - our PASSION for the sports we love! Every position on our team, whether… Dicks Sporting Goods


18 hrs ago

General Sports Sales Associate – new

Dicks Sporting Goods Fremont, CA +2 locations

Every associate at DICK'S Sporting Goods is united by a common thread - our PASSION for the sports we love! Every position on our team, whether… Dicks Sporting Goods


18 hrs ago

Lodge Sales Leader – new

Dicks Sporting Goods Fremont, CA

Every associate at DICK'S Sporting Goods is united by a common thread - our PASSION for the sports we love! Every position on our team, whether… Dicks Sporting Goods


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    Low-pay, entry level retail job, largely driven by loyalty program sales.

    Former Employee - Cashier  in  Hadley, MA
    Former Employee - Cashier in Hadley, MA

    I worked at Dick's Sporting Goods full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    A lot of the sales associates are of a similar age (college age), so friends were easy to make, which helped a lot when it came to ask around if you needed a shift covered.
    Management in my store was generally friendly, and I found them to be amenable if I needed a schedule change.

    Cons

    Corporate has designed strange, multi-tier job titles between what are all, essentially, the same job: wandering the sales floor and neatening/putting out merchandise. I imagine it creates a level of competition between employees, and is there to improve performance, but it felt really manipulative to "award" employees with a new job title and a .50 raise when largely things remain unchanged.
    If you work the register, your hours will be cut if you do not sign enough people up for the store credit card and/or rewards program. They have high expectations for those numbers, and employees would sometimes fake customer reward sign-ups to protect their hours.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The policy of looking inside everyone's pockets, purses, and bags - even when an employee leaves for lunch - is really invasive.