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I have been working at FAO Schwarz part-time (more than a year)Pros
they are flexible with your schedule and the store isn't competitive which makes it a cool enviroment to work in. It's a toy store so it's fun.Cons
You get 1 raise a year and it's only a 20cent raise. I'm a stock associate & other associates and i are pretty good at what we do and we all get very low raise. Unless you're pushed up to a supervisor position, i think they get like a 50cent raise. Oh and the pay is bi-weekly.Advice to ManagementAdvice
I'll highly recommend to give us a better raise since we are waiting one whole year for it and that it shouldn't be a bi-weekly pay since everyone is trying to make ends meet but stay broke before the first week of pay.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at FAO Schwarz in August 2014.Interview Details
Very easy process, come to party room with interview group and get into smaller groups. They asked us our favoirtie toy. Sometimes people laughed at the answers given. They asked why do you want to work for this company and what was your customer service experience.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsThe salary is $9 per hour with no benefits.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
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Famed toy store FAO Schwarz is a kid pleaser, but as a business it's had its ups and downs. The oldest toy store in the US charms the young (and young at heart) at its landmark store on New York's Fifth Avenue where it sells unique, hard-to-find toys, such as life-size stuffed bears and $50,000 kid-size Ferraris. A major tourist attraction, it hosts more than 3 million visitors each year. Being a kid itself, FAO Schwarz has a sweet tooth, with its sweets shop called FAO Schweetz. After years of unprofitable expansion in an age where mass merchants, such as Wal-Mart, rule...