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3 days ago

Floor Supervisor – new

Shoe Carnival Wichita, KS +6 locations

A. Opening and closing duties B. Execution of daily sales and operational plans C. Supervision of all associates D. Attention to safety of customers… Snagajob


3 days ago

Cashier – new

Shoe Carnival Antioch, TN +2 locations

include customer service, product merchandising, and processing sales transactions according to established department, store, and company policies… Snagajob


2 days ago

Sales Associate – new

Shoe Carnival Lakeland, FL +7 locations

I. Responsible for customer service. A. Greet every customer with a smile within 10 feet of entering front door and each department. B. In aisles… Snagajob


15 days ago

Sales Dept Lead

Shoe Carnival Bismarck, ND

I. Responsible for customer service. A. Greet every customer with a smile within 10 feet of entering front door and each department. B. In aisles… Snagajob


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Shoe Carnival Reviews

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Clifton E. Sifford
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  1.  

    Been here part time for for a year with no full time opportunity available definitely a job for someone in high school

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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Sales Associate/Cashier
    Current Employee - Sales Associate/Cashier

    I have been working at Shoe Carnival part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    25% discount on all merchandise with reasonable business hours, decent people at least at my location, and flexible schedule.

    Cons

    Sometimes the customers can be a bit much. The GM seems to be a bit incompetent, no room for advancement, the pay is very low, favoritism, and the company investigates its own employees for internal theft more than customer theft. I wish the people from corporate would come work in the stores to get an idea of what really goes on and see that we are well underpaid for what we do. Also having to go outside and manually unload a truck no matter what the weather is SUCKS!!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn to appreciate your loyal workers and actually get to know your employees. Also having to take a test to be promoted is asinine whatever happened to just training your employees to do their jobs, just because you can pass a test doesn't mean you're mgt material.

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