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18 days ago

Sales Associate

Sur La Table Glendale, WI

The Sales Associate contributes to the success of Sur La Table by inspiring discovery and being a helpful partner on our customers journey of… Sur La Table


2 days ago

Kitchen Assistant – new

Sur La Table Glendale, WI

The Kitchen Assistant contributes to the success of Sur La Table by inspiring discovery and being a helpful partner on our customers daily… Sur La Table


3 days ago

Store Manager – new

Sur La Table Glendale, WI

The Store Manager contributes to the success of Sur La Table by inspiring discovery and being a helpful partner on our customers daily journey of… Sur La Table


2 days ago

Chef Instructor, Pastry – new

Sur La Table Glendale, WI

The Chef Instructor, Pastry contributes to the success of Sur La Table by inspiring discovery and being a helpful partner on our… Sur La Table


2 days ago

Chef Instructor, Savory – new

Sur La Table Glendale, WI

The Chef Instructor, Savory contributes to the success of Sur La Table by inspiring discovery and being a helpful partner on our… Sur La Table


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    In the bottom three of jobs I've ever had.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Glendale, WI
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Glendale, WI

    I have been working at Sur La Table part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    - Employee discount was 40%.
    - Most of the part-time staff was nice.
    - If you're into cooking/baking on any level, you'll find a ton of things to pique your interest here.

    Cons

    - Absolutely terrible management. Whether it was the culinary manager showing up late and drunk to work (and forgetting to order necessary supplies), or the store manager virtually ignoring a customer getting seriously burned during a demo, this is easily the worst retail management I've ever seen. And that's saying something. The only thing that could be any worse than this crew of habitual screw-ups is....
    - .... the pay. Minimum wage. As in $7.25/hr. After taxes, I would take home about $20 a night. That may be OK for a third world country, but for the time being this is still America, right? I hear the pay for the rest of the staff wasn't much better. I can't see how a store manager would be making more than the $30ks.
    - Management hits you HARD for sales numbers. I hope you're comfortable forcing an Mauviel saute pan in EVERY customer's hand when they walk in. Sales have continually been dropping as well, so that's just more pressure on you.
    - Little to no training. You better know your stuff before you take the job.
    - Sporadic/inefficient product ordering. Maybe this was management's fault again, who knows.
    - I can't really emphasize how bad the pay-to-stress ratio was. Stay away.......far, far away.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Just quit. All of you need to go somewhere else. I don't know where to start with the levels of gross incompetence and negligence this cast of morons has put on display, so I'll just recommend a full top-to-bottom housecleaning.

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