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Web Developer

Rainbow USA, Inc Brooklyn, NY

Rainbow Apparel US is seeking a Web (e-Commerce) Developer that will be responsible for maintaining the companys e-Commerce site, which runs on the… Monster


23 hrs ago

IT Business Analyst – new

Rainbow USA, Inc Brooklyn, NY

Rainbow USA is recognized as one of the fastest growing junior, kids, plus, and petite, specialty apparel retail chains and has grown to over… Monster


19 hrs ago

Store Manager – new

Rainbow USA Houston, TX

Store Manager - Create and promote a friendly, professional environment with… Glassdoor


18 days ago

Director of E-Commerce Fulfillment Center

Rainbow USA, Inc Brooklyn, NY

The Direct of E-Commerce Consumer Fulfillment is responsible for the planning, operation and management of Rainbows direct to consumer order… Monster


19 hrs ago

Sales Associate/Stock – new

Rainbow USA Lauderhill, FL +5 locations

Sales Associate - This is our entry level management position, which will… Glassdoor


19 hrs ago

Junior Assistant Manager – new

Rainbow USA Jennings, MO +6 locations

Junior Assistant Manager - This is our entry level management position… Glassdoor


19 hrs ago

Assistant Manager/Co-Manager – new

Rainbow USA Clearwater, FL +4 locations

Assistant Manager - As an Assistant Manager, you will be responsible to… Glassdoor


19 hrs ago

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Rainbow USA Phoenix, AZ

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18 days ago

Painter - Industrial

Rainbow Inc Minneapolis, MN

The Painter prepares surfaces for painting and finishing; applies undercoats and finish coats using the full range of application methods and… Glassdoor


18 days ago

Concrete Finisher

Rainbow Inc Minneapolis, MN

Successful candidate will possess skills and knowledge of concrete finishing and shotcrete. Position is physically demanding. Job Duties… Glassdoor


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    Incompetent, Unqualified and Inconsiderate Supervisors

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate  in  Rochester, NY
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Rochester, NY

    I worked at Rainbow USA part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    It was a pretty close drive from my house and as a college student with little income or time, it was convenient.
    Some of my coworkers were entertaining to be around.

    Cons

    Leadership is poor: From the regional manager on down the leadership was nonexistent. Regional manager would show up to work in halter tops, jeans and flip flops. Store managers would wear inappropriate clothing and had no sense of professionalism. One time a customer threatened to jump me and my boss just looked on rather than stepping in and trying to remove them from the store.

    No room for personal growth: I worked as a glorified janitor for 2 years. I would come in, straighten clothing, dust, mop, sweep and leave. I was finally allowed to run the cash register after about 18 months of working there.

    Inconsiderate Supervisors: I was consistently given the closing shift on weekends. When I would ask for a day time shift I would get scheduled for either 3 hours or 5hrs and 45 minutes so I wouldn't have a lunch break. And those are the days I actually worked. I was on call usually twice a week and on call usually meant that I'd have to call in 2 or 3 times a day to find out if I was actually needed (instead of them calling me). One week I was given 25 hours of work and ended up working a total of 8 because I was on call and not needed, sent home early, or was called off when I was scheduled to work. From a company standpoint they don't provide much time off. They're essentially open 365 with the exceptions being Christmas I believe.

    AND HERE'S THE KICKER. There was an armed robbery the day before I was scheduled to work. I showed up to work the next day to discover that 2 coworkers had quit and the others called out. After hearing the managers talk in hushed tones and being the only floor worker in all day, I discovered there was an armed robbery that they failed to tell me about. Luckily I had my phone on me that day and texted my dad to which he immediately came and picked me up from work. A few months later they finally got around to hiring a security guard. One day I got a call from the security guard asking me if i could come in to cover his shift. That's right, the security guard called ME ( I am a very petite girl) to fill in because "he missed the last bus of the evening to get to work and didn't have enough money for a cab".

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Minimum wage is unacceptable, reexamine what the qualifications are for putting people in management positions.

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