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I worked at Michaels Stores full-time
Great first job/transition job for students, flexible hours, quick hiring process, opportunities for advancement available, co workers, customers, projects and creativity, and 30% discounts on merchandise.
Not enough hours granted to allocate the necessary amount of employees on the schedule to complete all-store tasks, the work of 15 people is expected be done by a team of 6 in a part-time shift, short-handed most of the time, multiple job responsibilities expected to be executed under one sole job title, and overall work insisted does not justify pay rate.
Advice to Management
In a perfect world, I would advise the allocation of more hours to stores so the necessary employees can be scheduled on a needed basis, especially low level performing stores that need that little extra help to demonstrate they can meet the expectations of an A store. With that in mind, if current employees specifically those holding the most longevity in the company would be considered being compensated just a bit more, then they may continue performing what they love doing with more speed, quality, and consistency. With that said, perhaps there wouldn't be a need to hire more employees during peak and non-peak seasons.