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good pay for retail, limited non-retail opportunities, good job for young/single people with no kids

Retail Sales Consultant (Current Employee) Denver, CO

Pros$50k/yr in a name-tag-wearing, time punching retail job is nothing to complain about. The benefits are excellent, its a CWA-represented union job (not a bad thing), you can count on having fun with coworkers, although there are a lot of quotas and metrics to hit all the time, it's difficult to get fired for poor performance due to their coaching policies. iPhone launches are fun, overall really cool industry to be in

Consextremely difficult to move out of a retail job. after applying and being well qualified for an array of non-retail corporate positions, the rest of the company is blind to mobility. If you work in retail, unless you've been a store manager for years and years, its near impossible to get out of retail. Working saturdays, sundays, holidays is part of the job, so If you have a family, this gets to become a major problem.

Advice to Senior ManagementCreate more open-houses, luncheons, meet & greets for multiple parts of the company to get to know each other. There are a lot of really sharp people, with college degrees, and a lot of talent in retail, trying to build a career at your company. Give them a chance out of retail for once.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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