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Seasonal Stock Associate – new

Sur La Table McLean, VA +109 locations

The Seasonal Stock Associate contributes to the success of Sur La Table by inspiring discovery and being a helpful… Sur La Table


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Seasonal Sales Associate – new

Sur La Table McLean, VA +76 locations

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


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    I was a seasonal sales representative at Sur La Table during two Christmases, while it was crazy busy it was also fun.

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    Former Employee - Seasonal Sales Associate  in  Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Seasonal Sales Associate in Houston, TX

    I worked at Sur La Table part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Store discounts made many products a lot more reasonable. I think our employee discount was about 20%
    Early shifts stocking shifts mean using the espresso machines to make yummy coffee
    You definitely learn how to quickly and beautifully wrap a present
    You learn a lot about kitchen gadgets.
    You sometimes get left overs from the cooking classes.
    Scheduling is usually pretty flexible.
    The store I worked at was very open to seasonal employment.

    Cons

    You are on your feet all day.
    Sometimes you have to get to work at 4:00am.
    Inventory days usually mean working an all nighter. (they do feed you though).
    Managers can be really hit or miss, some are great some are horrible.
    Sometimes it felt like there were too many managers.

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    I'd recommend pairing a new hire with an experienced employee during the first week or so. Having someone there to help would make a huge difference in confidence especially when you are still learning.

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