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I worked at Everything But Water (Less than a year)
Friendly work environment with opportunity to get creative with the swim suits and cover ups. A great position to start off with if you want to advance in retail because you get to work one on one with the customer and wear many hats as an employer (e.g., sales associate, manager, working alone and with others, most importantly making a sales plan for the day).
No middle management and hardly any sales associates so your pretty much a sales associate with more responsibility especially since the company has you work alone most of the time . In addition the pay and hours are not significantly more than a regular sales associate. There are no set boundaries so you have the awkward position of deciding who does what, especially when you are closing with another Key Holder. During my initial interview I was under the impression that I would be able to train associates and utilize more leadership experience but it turns out that the opportunity to train is rare. It is a great job for someone starting out in retail but if you have solid experience I would suggest searching further because it can get very frustrating.
Advice to Management
Hire more sales associates than Key Holders so that way we can utilize more management skills and work in a more structured well organized environment.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
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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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 ...