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10 days ago

Customer Service Representative

Journeys shoes Nashville, TN

• Process and maintain customer orders received via telephone, fax and mail, and enter into online order entry system • Receive, investigate and… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Events & Recruiting Specialist

Journeys shoes Nashville, TN

Events: • Assist with the coordination of the all events and training sessions including, but not limited to the following: annual Sales Meeting… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Graphic Designer

Journeys shoes Nashville, TN

  • Develop and prepare comps and present design ideas to Manager of Creative Services and SVP of Marketing. • Conceptualize and create… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Video Specialist

Journeys shoes Nashville, TN

• Film and edit footage for web and/or internal audiences that highlights various business objectives: product reviews, how-to style videos, employee… Glassdoor


16 days ago

Part-Time Customer Service Representative

Journeys shoes Nashville, TN

  • Process and maintain customer orders received via telephone, fax and mail, and enter into online order entry system • Receive, investigate… Glassdoor


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Journeys shoes Chairman, CEO, & President of Operations Robert J. Dennis
Robert J. Dennis
41 Ratings
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    Worst pay ever and I am the best seller in the store who is non-management

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    Current Employee - (Part-timer)
    Current Employee - (Part-timer)

    I have been working at Journeys shoes part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The best thing about working at Journeys is their customers. The atmosphere is laid back and mostly everyone that works with you has a positive attitude.

    Cons

    The whole concept of the pay system, and the way that the part-timers get shafted on hours. First of all I was lied to. apparently I was suppose to get minimum wage and after a month if I met all my SOPs I would also get commission (BS) not only did I not get commission but after the summer I was only put on the schedule 1 maybe 2 shifts and these are 4 hour shifts for next to nothing. Also I am not a slouch I work hard all the time, I know the back room like the back of my hand I have no problems helping other employees and I help with decisions made by management with store structure, but its not worth it for the pay and hours.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay your employees, Give them hours. I understand how many people come and go especially after high selling seasons but some of us "PART-TIMERS' go the extra mile and it seems as if its purposeless.

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