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- Senior Management
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Excellent benefits, and it's a fun job. You get to know a lot of interesting people, and the diamond and gemstone industry is very interesting.
It can be very stressful being held to sales and credit goals, but it all depends on how the management handles it. Day to day, stores usually aren't swamped, so there's a lot of emphasis on marketing, but management gets very intense about focusing on EVERYTHING all at once. Focus on getting credit, closing sales, adding care plans, disclosing gem treatments and bonds, focus on the upcoming shows... focus on everything!!!!!
Advice to Management
You're really good at setting realistic sales goals, but the credit goal has been the same for 4 years, and nobody ever seems to make it.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied in-person – interviewed at Fred Meyer Jewelers.
I actually had two interviews at two stores. The first one didn't ask me a single question during the whole interview, just talked about the job and what he hoped for the store, and then referred me to another local store. The second interview was much more professional, she asked me a lot of the standard interview questions and why I was leaving my old job.
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Fred Meyer Jewelers wants to help you keep track of time while making room in your life for some bling. Fred Meyer Jewelers sells value-priced diamond and gemstone jewelry and well-known watch brands, such as Bulova, Citizen, Longines, Movado, and TAG Heuer. The company operates about 360 jewelry stores in about 35 states, including locations inside Fred Meyer Marketplace and Kroger Marketplace stores. (More than 40% of the stores are located in Washington, Oregon, and Pennsylvania.) It operates under the names Barclay Jewelers, Fred Meyer Jewelers, and Littman Jewelers...