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30+ days ago

Master Merchandiser

Driveline Retail Merchandising Leesburg, VA +182 locations

Driveline is currently seeking motivated and career-minded candidates to join its national network of retail merchandisers. We owe our continued… Driveline Retail Merchandising


2 days ago

District Manager - East Texas – new

Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc. Longview, TX +3 locations

Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc. is currently seeking District Managers to join our team! If you have experience and the drive to succeed apply… Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc.


18 days ago

Retail Merchandiser

Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc. Yerington, NV

Driveline is currently seeking motivated and career-minded candidates to join its national network of retail merchandisers. We owe our continued… Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc.


2 days ago

Master Merchandiser - Moorehead – new

Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc. Moorhead, MN

Driveline is currently seeking motivated and career-minded candidates to join its national network of retail merchandisers. We owe our continued… Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc.


11 days ago

Master Merchandiser - Greater Phoenix

Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc. Laveen Village, AZ

Driveline is currently seeking motivated and career-minded candidates to join its national network of retail merchandisers. We owe our continued… Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc.


30+ days ago

New Store - Project Manager

Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc. Portland, ME

NEW STORE PROJECT MANAGER Leading Merchandising Company has an immediate opening for a quality full time hands-on New Store Project Manager in… Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc.


30+ days ago

Fixture Set - Project Manager

Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc. Boston, MA

FIXTURE SET PROJECT MANAGER Leading Merchandising Company has an immediate opening for a quality full time hands-on Fixture Set Project Manager… Driveline Retail Merchandising, Inc.


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Driveline Retail Merchandising Reviews

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    I can tell this is BAD before I even start my first project

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    Current Employee - Retail Merchandiser in Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Retail Merchandiser in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at Driveline Retail Merchandising part-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    I'm fairly certain there are none.

    Cons

    I've only been hired a week or two and am just doing my first project tomorrow. Their online job board is a joke. You get very little information about a project until after you accept it...even a start time for team projects is not known until after you accept the project. Pay is at the very low end of what merchandisers in this area make - $10/hr. Yet, the amount of work that they expect you to do off the clock is extraordinary in comparison to any other retail merchandising company I've ever worked for. After you factor in all the lengthy e-mails you are required to read and react to within a short period of time and the time that you are supposed to spend contacting team leads to find out what time to be at a store, plus the time that you spend planning for a project --reading the project instructions before you go to the store, printing everything you need, and driving to the various locations--what you end up getting paid is way less than the legal minimum hourly wage. In fact, it's probably pretty darn near free labor after you add in the cost of internet usage, printer ink, paper and fuel.

    Further, this is a part-time position. Being a part-time position (with basically negative pay), it would be understandable that the merchandisers would need to have other jobs. I have several and all the other companies that I do merchandising for fit just fine in my schedule and I can work them all around each other. Driveline insists that I have a set number of hours available each day in the workstation and that I then should accept every single project that they want someone to do at a specified time during those available hours. You do not have a way to indicate your availability day-by-day. Instead, you have to say that every Monday, you are available from ___ to ____. Every Tuesday, from ____ to ____. etc. Obviously, there are going to be conflicts. When conflicts arise, I find that there is no way to get out of a project. It's only a matter of time for most people to end up not being able to meet a project start time. In fact, I'm going to be a "no show" on a project on my first day.

    I'll probably just quit while I'm still ahead (about 4 hours of unpaid work so far between all the e-mails and scheduling nonsense).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    None. Management this bad should just get out of business altogether. It's obvious that the business model requires seriously taking advantage of the people at the bottom. Anyone who comes up with a model like that should become a victim to natural selection.

    Doesn't Recommend
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