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Camping World Jobs in Kissimmee, FL

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6 days ago

RV Service Technician

Camping World Kissimmee, FL

Pay is based on experience and a flat-rate fee structure with uncapped earning potential. Essential Job Functions: • Provide and document… StartWire

3 days ago

Service Advisor

Camping World Winter Garden, FL

This opportunity offers a base salary plus commission. First year earnings potential is $60-$75k. Essential Job Functions: • Determine… CareerBuilder

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Marcus Lemonis
30 Ratings
  • Not paid enough for the stress of this job. *retail cashier*

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    Current Employee - Retail Associate in Kissimmee, FL
    Current Employee - Retail Associate in Kissimmee, FL
    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Camping World full-time (Less than a year)


    My repeat customers and Coworkers. The schedule is very flexible. Hourly salary is higher than most places.


    Membership sales vs. expectations are beyond ridiculous. The demand to join and renew customers daily is extremely stressful. Expected to join or renew at least 18% of daily transactions. We are a tourist city so internationals, Canadians, and full-timers are the customers. They either don't want to spend $25 to save .50$ for the $5.00 they are spending or we just renewed them yesterday! ("Doesnt matter, do it again.") Number of employees is based on retail sales numbers, so not enough help on the floor, and not enough knowledgeable employees hired. Never let them know you could do more, you won't get paid for those doing extra duties.

    Advice to Management

    Stop basing everything on numbers and actually look around at your store. We have a terrible leaking roof, your employees are at their breaking point, your customers are frustrated with lack of inventory, and its the slow season... Meaning you can't expect the same sales and membership numbers as the busy season. Be realistic!!

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