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I worked at Motherhood Maternity part-time (Less than a year)RecommendsNeutral OutlookRecommendsNeutral Outlook
Being pregnant while working there is great for discounts on your own maternity clothing, listening to pregnancy and post-pregnancy stories from co-workers and customers and sharing your own gives wide perspective of views, being the first to see the new styles and pick your favorites
The pay isn't great but that's retail everywhere, the opportunity post-pregnancy to pump if you needed to is non-existent even though we can offer new mothers (customers) to pump or feed in our fitting rooms, staffing is minimal
Advice to Management
The management I had at my location was awful but is no longer employed there, so I'll refrain from mouthing off. My advice to REGIONAL management would be to stop looking at "sales" numbers as how you hire, fire, and dole out hours. Pregnancy only lasts so long. Weather affects stores. As do different regions, especially closer to or farther away from military installations.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Motherhood Maternity (Marietta, GA).
The interview was very easy for me since I had already had many years of retail management experience. She was very nice and had a great personality. She asked many questions regarding my retail background. She was very persistent. She came into my store that I was currently working in twice in order to recruit me, which I liked about her.
- With this being a specialty store with many emotional pregnant women who would also need much more assistance then the women you are use to working with in retail, how would you handle it? For instance you have a women in the fitting room needing you to help her with putting on her bra. Answer Question
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