Nordstrom Jobs in Norfolk, VA

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11 days ago

Retail Sales Counter Manager - Laura Mercier Cosmetics - MacArthur Center

Nordstrom Norfolk, VA

The ideal candidate is results oriented, a team leader and thrives in a commissioned sales environment. If you share our love for the customers we… Nordstrom


30+ days ago

Retail Sales Counter Manager - Women's Fragrances - MacArthur Center

Nordstrom Norfolk, VA

The ideal candidate is results oriented, a team leader and thrives in a commissioned sales environment. If you share our love for the customers we… Nordstrom


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  • Positive company, some normal retail bureaucracy.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Norfolk, VA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Norfolk, VA

    I have been working at Nordstrom full-time (More than a year)

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    Pros

    I work for Nordstrom in Norfolk, VA, and the company is motivated to stay relevant in a brick-and-mortar sense when many retailers are more focused on online sales. There is a strong customer loyalty, and going above and beyond for customers is a key element in this company. You have to be willing to work for your sales.

    Cons

    At least at this location, they have a habit of hiring too many people even when store sales are down. Departments are overstocked with employees, and it can be a little intimidating for customers who are trying to shop. You have to fight for a sale, and sometimes even when you work with a customer for a half an hour someone else will ring them up and steal your commission. Hard to get promoted, have seen managers promise movement and promotions and not deliver, coming up with a "lack in sales" excuse.

    Advice to Management

    Don't overload the floor with employees. Try not to hound customers by calling constantly trying to get appointments. Don't offer promotions and then sneak in extra stipulations when the time comes for advancement.


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