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9 days ago

Seasonal Merchandise Stock Associates

Michaels Arts & Crafts Irving, TX +6 locations

Merchandise Stocking associates (or Replenishment Associates) are responsible for executing tasks in the areas of Receiving, Stocking and Merchandise… Snagajob

30+ days ago

Manager - Replenishment

Michaels Arts & Crafts Irving, TX +18 locations

Replenishment Manager is enthusiastic and passionate about Creativity, People and Arts and Crafts. The Presentation Replenishment Manager focuses… Snagajob

30+ days ago

Floral Designer

Michaels Arts & Crafts Irving, TX +18 locations

Position: Floral Designer Basic Functions: The Floral Designer is enthusiastic and passionate about Creativity, People and Arts and Crafts. The… Snagajob

30+ days ago

Manager - Operations

Michaels Arts & Crafts Irving, TX +18 locations

with a part-time Support Specialist. On days the Support Specialist is scheduled, the Customer Experience Manager - Operations primary focus is on… Snagajob

30+ days ago

Manager - Events & Classroom

Michaels Arts & Crafts Irving, TX +18 locations

Customer Experience Manager - Events is enthusiastic and passionate about Creativity, People and Arts and Crafts. The Customer Experience Manager… Snagajob

30+ days ago

Manager - Art Framing

Michaels Arts & Crafts Irving, TX +18 locations

The Frame Department Manager is responsible for the efficient and profitable operation of the Framing Department. Also, is responsible for… Snagajob

9 days ago

Seasonal Cashiers / Sales Associates

Michaels Arts & Crafts Southlake, TX +2 locations

The Cashier is enthusiastic and passionate about creativity, people and arts and crafts. The Cashier performs all cash register operations and… Snagajob

15 days ago

Warehouse Supervisor

Michaels Stores Coppell, TX

are: 1. Oversee production/warehouse environment in assigned department to ensure daily production and quality goals are safely met… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Warehouse Material Handlers! - Onsite Interviews Tues, October 28th – new

Michaels Arts and Crafts Fort Worth, TX

Craft Your Career with Michaels Tired of working for retail pay & retail hours???? We Are Now Hiring Warehouse Material Handlers! Were excited to… Monster

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    Decent company but very challenging work environment

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    Former Employee - Product Designer in Irving, TX
    Former Employee - Product Designer in Irving, TX

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    Solid and secure company. The corporate culture has experienced some much needed overhauling. A lot of those who were part of the problem have been dismissed by the new CEO. I experienced great working relationships with my buyers and project managers but I had to work at it. The benefits are decent. There are a lot of opportunities to travel domestically and internationally. Great place to gain experience and knowledge of several different craft products and categories. Compensation tends to be above average. Annual pay increases and bonus compensation may not be ideal but at least you get them in what can be considered a soft industry.


    For people on the merchandising side of the business you've got to have a strong personality if you want to be successful here. The buyers can be very demanding and their expectations perhaps a bit unrealistic. The people you work alongside in your category can also be very competitive. For product designers, the work load is intense and the stress level very high. Performance expectations can be unrealistic. The managers have a hard time dealing with complaints. They prefer employees who pretend to be happy. Your attitude matters more to them than your talent (I've actually heard them say this). Politics here can be very taxing. So the favorite advice provided from management is to "manage your perception". Upward mobility in the design studio is difficult - experience gives way to favoritism. True "leadership" is lacking with the current group of managers. They know how to 'manage' but leave a lot to be desired in terms of being a true source of inspiration and trust.

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    To design management: Relax. Let go of the obsession with control. You're in the craft business not the military. The structure doesn't have to be so tight. You're stifling creativity rather than fostering it. You can't control or put demands on the attitudes of your direct reports. Talent DOES matter and the right attitude can be cultivated by managers who know how to lead rather than just delegate tasks. Show a sincere level of caring to help your direct reports be in the best position to succeed on multiple levels rather than only complete their tasks for you. Giving unchallengeable advice you believe is right isn't the solution. Listen intently and do not devalue the input of your direct report no matter how absurd you think it may be. They're trying to tell you something. It's your responsibility as a leader to listen.

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