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General Warehouse Associate

Golfsmith International Inc. Austin, TX

(based on business needs, the associates skill set and interests): • Direct Shipping Orderfiller- This Golfsmith associate helps fill customer… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Customer Service Representative

Golfsmith International Inc. Austin, TX

The Customer Experience team is ultimately responsible for owning the Customer Experience for the entire tri-channel business. The Customer… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Regional Field Marketing Representative

Golfsmith International Inc. Irvine, CA

The FMR partners with field operations leaders to maximize revenue and profit within their regions and is the one-stop knowledge-base on all key… Glassdoor

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    Culture going backward

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    I worked at Golfsmith


    If you love golf, you'll like working at GS. Good deals on clubs and chances to experience the golf world.


    The GS culture took a big hit this past year with the exit of the two leaders in HR that drove the change in the GS culture. The culture has reverted back to the old school approach to managing. Leadership training has stopped and the development of people has been put on the back burner. The company doesn't seem to be looking to the future, except maybe to sell it. The hiring of very expensive senior managers have strapped the company financially. Does a company this size really need to pay a COO $400k + living expenses + stock?

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    Stop making decisions on a quarterly result. Look to the future, not the next 2 months. More realistic exec salaries would give the employees a feeling you really care about the company, not just your back accounts.

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