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If you love style and fashion this is the right place for you! Its also helpful if you like to be busy and you are a self starter. The days fly by if you enjoy being involved with customers and the merchandise, there is never a boring day especially if you care about what you do. If those criterias don't apply you will not be happy! As for being a manager at Jeremy's it takes a strong leader who can make decisions but follow set rules and guidelines, even if they are unpopular with staff members, but can also be an advocate when called for. You will be appreciated if you do a good job, but excuses are not taken kindly. Being concised is important to be heard and listened to. You won't be micromanaged if you prove yourself.
Sale days can be hectic no doubt, especially when employees don't show up or call sick. It affects everybody, and creates a domino effect of being overworked to the ones who does come to work! Being a manager is life consuming at times!
Advice to Management
Additional staff for more efficient operation and less stressful environment. Rewarding and recognizing deserving employees and managers with better compensation for retaining their services.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Jeremys (San Francisco, CA).
Throughout my short interview with Jeremy Kidson, I was handed the position on the spot! He asks normal and subjective questions like any employer would, I'll give him that. Being that the interview itself lasted under 30 minutes, I found Jeremy to be a very convincing employer. He will boast about his efforts in making his company an "Equal-Employment Opportunity" (head's up). In addition to his convincing story, he will also go in depth about "Benefits!". Trust me when I say this, there are none..... The work load itself will make you implode. He will also try to intimidate you with his stern demeanor. I've decided to rate this overall experience positive despite the morals and values of the company. He is smart when it comes to running a corporation.
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