Precision Time

www.precisiontimeco.com
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Foot in the door....eh I guess it was worth the time atleast.

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Current Employee - Watch Sales/Repairs in Lynnwood, WA
Current Employee - Watch Sales/Repairs in Lynnwood, WA

I have been working at Precision Time

Pros

It's a good place to get your foot in the door if you want to begin how to learn to do minor repairs on watches (i.e. battery change, sizings, crystal replacements, etc) and gain general knowledge on watches. Unless you're the store manager, you only work 16 to 18 hrs a week which works nicely if you're a student. ACTUAL salesmenship goes into the job which is nice rather then just waiting on people like a bum. Commission is an added bonus although it only stands at 4%. I've worked here for a year and satisfied with what knowledge and skills I have accrued but now ready to move on to something more permanent w better benefits. Managers work a mandatory 45 hrs per week. 15% employee discount off of lower bounds marked prices which is nice even if it affects some brands more then others.

Cons

The hours are terrible if you're not a student. Don't bother applying here (unless for manager) if you don't want to live paycheck to paycheck. You start out at minimum wage. While management is open and nice...it is subpar. When I got brought on I was told by the District manager that "We hire from within". A year later my manager got let go and they decide to bring in a 19 yr old with no watch experience WHATSOEVER, let alone no supervisory experience period. When you are working, often times it is by yourself. It is just a kiosk so space and time is a bit limited I guess. Typically an associate is there for a half hour (if that) when the next person comes in. There isn't many more experiences more horrific that I've had then working on a saturday by yourself when the place is a zoo.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Don't say you're going to do one thing and then do another. Don't blame your miscues on team members. YOU'RE the manager. A new incoming store manager needs to be WAY better trained with computer and Point of sale systems, and most of all, watch knowledge. It makes you look like a joke when the manager is asking an associate about general knowledge aspects.

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    The job is alright considering the amount of work we have to do

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Precision Time

    Pros

    Flexible with hours and you get nice discounts

    Cons

    A lot of work for minimum wage job

  2.  

    Enjoyable job, crappy pay.

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    Current Employee - Sales Associate in San Antonio, TX
    Current Employee - Sales Associate in San Antonio, TX

    I have been working at Precision Time part-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    Working in a mall environment can be fun, and working alone in a kiosk means you're going to be doing sales, inventory, cash audits, etc. Lots of good experience for a better opportunity in the future

    Cons

    Lots of pressure to hit rather outlandish sales goals, low pay, crappy commission structure, part time hours, and overbearing district/area management that try to micromanage everything.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I've seen the sorts of profits the average store generates, you can afford to compensate your sales associates and general store managers better than you are. Minimum wage and a 1-4% commission on revenue isn't good enough.

    Doesn't Recommend
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