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I worked at Club Monaco full-time
Working at Club was the greatest work experience I've ever had! If you work hard and show maturity and growth you'll be able to move up consistently. Sales are easy if you can find a way to relate to all people from all walks of life. Amazing down to earth people at all the stores I worked at. Managers really value employee's ideas and styles of selling and value learning through using different strategies. Room to be innovative and use your creativity to drive business sales. It's a relatively smaller company that's growing along with the fashion industry so you have every opportunity to be a huge part of that and I always felt as if my voice was being heard by district and regional managers. Opportunities to learn from designers and the companies merchants! Travel opportunities too! Amazing company!
Little room for taking specific days off, what killed it for me was I was not able to take my birthday off because another manager had requested this day off in spite a month in advance before I knew. Some people move up by pushing their way to the top and being overly aggressive with sales while taking no regards for exceptional customer service above all. Customer retention was not much valued. Small raises after quick growth- however, a raise nonetheless is always appreciated.
Advice to Management
More clear explanations of what position could be coming next and working more on team development. Taking notice of the value of customer retention. Overall, this was an amazing company to work for.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Club Monaco (New York, NY) in August 2015.
I applied online, and it took around 2 to 3 days, and I got the email that notice me to interview. The manager is nice, and this interview is a group interview about 4 people, ask questions one by one. The questions are very simple and basic, but if your "competitors" are too many words, questions and too many experience that the difference will be very obviously.
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