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    Former Employee - Sales Associate/Fit Specialist
    Former Employee - Sales Associate/Fit Specialist

    I worked at Everything But Water part-time (Less than a year)


    Great employee discount on all merchandise (40%), loved the girls I worked with, good manager, the products they sell are stylish and of great quality, and you do not work on commission (this could be a pro or a con depending on your preference)


    For part-time employment you are required to work 27.5 hours per week--no less. This was more hours that I was looking for as a part-time employee. Also, selling can feel a bit pushy as management basically requires you to follow customers around the store, constantly asking them what they need/are looking for even if they tell you they are just looking. My store also had a high employee turnover rate.

    Advice to Management

    In order to help retain employees be more flexible with scheduling and consider taking on part-timers who want to work less than 27.5 hours a week.

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    I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Everything But Water.


    2 interviews, very normal questions mainly relating to experience. First interview will be with the store manger and the second is usually with the DM of the store. She travels a lot so you may have to meet her at a different location for this interview.

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Website www.everythingbutwater.com
Headquarters Orlando, FL
Size 201 to 500 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Retail
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year

Everything But Water has pretty much all you could ever need to outfit yourself for a day poolside or near the ocean, except, as the name implies, the liquid stuff. The company sells upscale women's swimwear by a variety of designers, including Betsey Johnson, Juicy Couture, Karla Colletto, Kenneth Cole, and Lucky Brand, through about 60 stores in more than 20 states and Puerto Rico. In addition to swimsuits, Everything But Water sells specialty maternity and mastectomy suits, as well as cover-ups, resort wear, and accessories (handbags, hats, footwear). Founded by ... More

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