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Merchandise Stock Associates

Michaels Arts & Crafts Irving, TX +8 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

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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

12 days ago

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

30+ 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… Glassdoor

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    Corporate is not as creative as you'd think

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

    I worked at Michaels Stores full-time (more than 3 years)


    Depending on the category, there are occasional comp shopping trips that can be very inspiring. If you haven't traveled overseas yet in your career, there's regular trips to China for hands on experience (after awhile this can become a negative to most people). The benefits are okay, about the same as most corporate companies in DFW. The work-life balance is good, there's not a whole lot of after hours or weekends. There are occasional events that require a Saturday or Sunday's work but they aren't frequent enough to be a problem.


    The re-structuring of the product development process was a terrible move. The buyers have all the control and the product brand managers think they're designers and basically tell the designers what to do. As a product designer, you will basically be reduced to slapping pictures on a page and calling it a 'style guide'. Unfortunately those pictures are ones the buyer and PBM tell you to use. Designers are basically production artists and art directors to China, without the title of Art Director. The management is useless and they don't appreciate, respect, or foster true talent.

    The culture is very negative in the sense that you won't get ahead by actual skills, talent, and/or hand work; it's basically a competition of who can 'play the game' and kiss the most behind. They've isolated the passionate designers that actually have the experience and skills to be great leaders but because they're not doing the 'look at me' routine, they aren't 'engaged enough'.

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    If you ever want to create a truly creative, inspiring culture, promote the people that put in the actual hard work, have unmatched talent, and experience. There is a well known notion that the only people that get promotions are those that kiss the most behind and compromise their integrity to get advancement. In my opinion, an excellent manager is someone that has rich experience and knowledge that I can actually learn from. I shouldn't have to be teaching my manager about my job.

    I'd also recommend to let the designers actually design. The purchased art, art direction to China, and jumping through hoops for the buyers and PBM's is a practice that kills any creative person's morale.

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