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Web Merchandising Manager

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Achieve sales, margin and inventory turn objectives for all merchandise categories. Works closely with store buying team and category managers to… TopUSAJobs

Mardel Christian Bookstore Reviews

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    Not bad for a college job

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    Former Employee - Music Lead  in  Lewisville, TX
    Former Employee - Music Lead in Lewisville, TX

    I worked at Mardel Christian Bookstore full-time for less than a year


    When I worked here, the store offered an employee discount of 15%. They also allowed us to check out books for free and borrow music products (CDs, DVDs, etc.) for about a week. As long as you don't mind listening to customers talk about God (crazy stuff sometimes even for Christians), then they shouldn't cause you too many problems.


    A lot of the challenges that you may face depend on your store manager and their leadership style. At my store, I replaced a department head that was let go, so there was some animosity that was directed towards me in the form of rumors, snide comments, and disobedience. My manager also rarely worked anyone more than 35 hours a week which was done to avoid providing benefits like sick time, vacation, etc. Their training could have been better, there was no formalized training compared to other retailers like Walmart and target. Finally, as would be expected for a Christian business, the employees are typically fundamental Christian, so if that's not your cup of tea, you may not enjoy yourself here.

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    Introduce a more formalized training and add team building exercises that will allow employees to better socialize with each other from the beginning.

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