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There was very little training offered. Videos were shown covering the basics, though they looked as if they had not been updated since the 90's.
Daniel does the best job and helps anyone.
The job training is kinda of hit and miss. It depends entirely on the managers on hand, and what your able to pick up from more experienced associates on your way through learning the job. I often found months into my employment there we're basic things I didn't know.
Company offers continuous on the job hands on training in all departments.
The trainer is absolutely amazing. He is one of the greatest men I’ve ever met and completely heart warming. He is the best at his job.
It took so long and involved watching old, cheesy videos
I will hand it to them, they do TRY to instill training in their new hires. The problem is that most of the stuff I do on a daily basis, I learned myself. It took me a good six months to really understand my role and to learn everything I was responsible for. I will say that they invest a lot of time in money in training and there are always “update” meetings for things like HR, Ops, Customer Service, Merch, etc.
No training , must learn everything on the fly from another associate. HR training is for a half day on the first day of employment
They put oa lot of empahisis on customer serive and also training the employees thoruhgly for safety with ladders and steps
They take their time to train you on how they want you to approach customers and they take their time to train you on the registers. If you were hired for any other position other than to be a sales floor associate or a cashier, good luck and I hope you have prior experience because they expect you to know what you are doing from the very moment you start.