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-very strict -very extensive -shown a slideshow presentation on how to smile and how to specifically stand
Was trained by the assistant manager the first day and all the other days after that, was trained by different sales associsates
Most of the on the job training was rushed and left a lot of things up in the air to be learned alone or by bothering other employees. Repackaging and re-ticketing items, the more complex company policies, size and color order under unique conditions etc.
Job training has completely changed at my store. When I was hired, we were put into a 2 week training program. We went through the handbook, learned how to read item tags and box labels, how to body fold, how to ring at the register, basically everything in this training period. We would be training in the back, free from distractions. Now, they throw all the new hires in with the sharks and they learn with the jobs. Every single new hire has a different level of training, even if they were hired together, because it's so inconsistent.
military like training all the time
it was like 1 week
The staffs were all nice and friendly. They are times when you have to take notes and they also train you how to fold and stack clothes neatly.
general employee training is lackluster, Visual Training is rigorous but extremely beneficial. Company is VERY STRICT with maintaining standards and procedures, if you are lazy, aren't willing to commit, or burn out easily, this isn't the company for you
First day of work usually consists of orientation if you are hired as a group, there is a lot to learn and most of the things you will have to learn as you go which can really be very confusing.
Mostly learn as you go; some managers will take the time to teach, others will not.