Training was a weak point here. Very little initial trading, aside from cash register operations. Product training was VERY in-depth, but was almost overwhelmingly detailed, and it took ages to actually get it. Being expected for weeks on end to sell stuff you knew next to nothing about was uncomfortable.
Great training, classes available with facilities
I was lucky to have a lot training from the past location i worked at. You have ask alot of questions in order to really know how to do online orders, product information and how to use their date system .
You don't need much training. See where the items go, then don't forget and when necessary place items in their proper location. Otherwise for more specialized positions with the store they have great training with some of it being online through their Bed Bath and Beyond University. Their training addresses product knowledge and customer service.
Training is what you make of it. All the material is given to you, its up to you to find the time to use it.
The organization does not provide job training and very little for off site training
One day of train than all the rest is on the job
It depends on your store and your stores trainer. Some of our employees got great training, others got it on the fly. Computer skills are usually on the fly. Ask questions, get answers.
There is some training provided for hourly associates, however, training for management is less than appropriate.
It is individualized and learn by doing.