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30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Pier 1 Framingham, MA

The primary responsibility for an Assistant Manager is to assist the Store Manager in all… Pier 1


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Pier 1 Middletown, NY

The primary responsibility for an Assistant Manager is to assist the Store Manager in all… Pier 1


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Pier 1 Tupelo, MS

The primary responsibility for an Assistant Manager is to assist the Store Manager in all… Pier 1


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Pier 1 Washington, PA

The primary responsibility for an Assistant Manager is to assist the Store Manager in all… Pier 1


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Pier 1 Corona, CA

The primary responsibility for an Assistant Manager is to assist the Store Manager in all… Pier 1


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Pier 1 Yonkers, NY

The primary responsibility for an Assistant Manager is to assist the Store Manager in all… Pier 1


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Pier 1 Ocean City, MD

The primary responsibility for an Assistant Manager is to assist the Store Manager in all… Pier 1


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Pier 1 Bellingham, WA

The primary responsibility for an Assistant Manager is to assist the Store Manager in all… Pier 1


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Pier 1 Branford, CT

The primary responsibility for an Assistant Manager is to assist the Store Manager in all… Pier 1


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Pier 1 Cedar Hill, TX

The primary responsibility for an Assistant Manager is to assist the Store Manager in all… Pier 1


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Pier 1 Imports President, CEO, and Director Alex Smith
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443 Ratings
  • Hard Work for little pay, but great products

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
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    Former Employee - Sales Lead in Minneapolis, MN
    Former Employee - Sales Lead in Minneapolis, MN
    Doesn't Recommend
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    great discount mostly decent coworkers (really depends on store) CEO seems to be good, funny in Videos made for P1 Employee Workshops Cont. training by use of store workshops, usually 1 every Quarter of the fiscal year You can move up easily if you work for it.

    Cons

    Limit hours and # of employees keeping All associates labeled PT except for 1 Assistant Store and Main Store Manager. I can only assume it saves costs in regulated areas of running a business (insurance, benefits, laws having to do with # of employees and taxes or coverage of workers comp and labor legislation) Pay doesn't come close for the physical part of job, Store Transitions being the worst, then truck duty, and loading heavy furniture in customer cars. All employees are expected to work transitions if needed, so you have a sales associate making minimum wage at a PT job having to do hard manual labor moving half the store on a Sunday Night after the 7pm close until 5 a.m. the next morning. Pay is low for all management positions also, especially for the Store Managers who are on salary, and always working plenty over 40 hours. They don't have a good system for when employees become sick, so someone always gets a bad deal. Either a sales lead ends up having to cover, or employees come in sick and spread the germs. No Fraternization allowed, I get why, but really ... poor way of getting associates to like a underpaid, overworked, no real benefits except discount...kind of job, gee at least allow friendships to grow! Management: if you get a great one, they'll leave after finding a better paying job (not hard to do from what i have been told). But if you do have a good one, learn all you can from her or him, they really do want to teach you. That leads me to high management turnover rate, its a much more stressful job than one would think, and most of the management, including myself, are/were at P1 because they loved P1 products and feel of the store but leave because eventually having passion for the store and associates dwindles because of the stress, simply put, they (the great ones) burn out by trying to meet all the KPIs, coaching until they're blue, and hounding all associates about getting those P1 credit cards opened up. Ugh...enough already. Needs to work on better employee appreciation District Management tends to keep managers with horrible management styles due to not knowing enough about the associates opinions that are underneath them, and short supply of good management to work for low pay grades.

    Advice to Management

    Read the cons above and fix them. Hire temp people to do the heavy lifting for transitions


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