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Senior Allocations Analyst

Pier 1 Imports Fort Worth, TX

The Senior Allocations Analyst is a first line leadership role within the Merchandise Division. They will have 2-4 Allocations Analysts reporting to… Glassdoor


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Senior Network Analyst

Pier 1 Imports Fort Worth, TX

The Network Operations Analyst position is responsible for installing, monitoring, and supporting all wide area networks (WAN) for Pier 1 Imports… Glassdoor


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Copywriter

Pier 1 Imports Fort Worth, TX

s for pier1.com, credit marketing and the Pier 1 catalog. • Work with Production team to ensure copy accuracy, grammar/spelling. • Anticipate… Glassdoor


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Pier 1 Imports President, CEO, and Director Alex Smith
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    Fun place to work; low pay.

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    Current Employee - Retail Sales Associate
    Current Employee - Retail Sales Associate

    I have been working at Pier 1 Imports

    Pros

    The atmosphere at Pier One is very lively and fun and for the most part, the employees are alot of fun to work with as well. The merchandise is great and you get a 25 percent employee discount which is nice.

    Cons

    Low starting pay. I received "Sales Associate of the Quarter" twice in a one year period and am also a leader in credit card openings, yet only received a 30 cent raise in a two year period. The work is very strenuous, lots of lifting and getting up and down on ladders. You are not rewarded for your hard work. Very discouraging.

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    The upper management is so concerned with selling Unicef and helping poor kids in other countries, but what about your own employees? A good employee who is loyal and hard working should be given AT LEAST a one dollar raise per year. I have seen good employees come and go due to the low pay. An extra dollar an hour a day for a five hour shift is only five bucks, the cost of a Christmas ornament! Your hard working employees should be worth at least that.

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