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Sales Associate, Retail Part Time

GNC Newark, DE +7 locations

The Part Time Retail Sales Associate position at GNC is the most important job in our company. As a Retail Sales Associate, you are doing more than… Glassdoor

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Sales Associate

GNC Philadelphia, PA

Sell merchandise and interact with customers by following GNC's prescribed selling methods. Receive, check, and shelve merchandise orders to ensure… Glassdoor

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Store Manager

GNC Philadelphia, PA

include, but not limited, to the following: • Manage the operations, staffing, and sales/profit goals in a single assigned retail store… Glassdoor

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Michael Archbold
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    Great Manager, Decent upper management, Horrible revenue model.

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Kelso, WA
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Kelso, WA

    I worked at GNC part-time (more than an year)


    Gain experience in Supplement industry (which are crap and which few might be worth a dollar or two). Bro-out with your customers about protein and "test-boosters"


    Selling of the OMS is a scam and a Joke. I refused to attempt selling most of them because you are selling on false hopes and unstable claims. You are expected to sell multiple vitapaks, OMS, Gold cards and P3's daily even if that means guiding the customer to a product that wont work as well or is overly excessive. I am not about that sort of business.

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    Get rid of (most) sales pressures, Consider increasing store hours to hire more employees when needed. Pay your employees better so they can stay.

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