Sur La Table – Costa Mesa, CA
• Deliver HERO Selling behaviors. Provide a warm, friendly environment. Smile and greet customers who enter the store. • Model and direct… Sur La Table
Sur La Table – Newport Beach, CA
The Chef Instructor, Pastry contributes to the success of Sur La Table by inspiring discovery and being a helpful partner on our customers daily… Sur La Table
Sur La Table – El Segundo, CA
The Floor Lead contributes to the success of Sur La Table by inspiring discovery and being a helpful partner on our customers journey of… Sur La Table
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I worked at Sur La Table part-time (Less than a year)
The discount was great. 40% was pretty awesome. It was a very interesting experience while working at Sur La Table.
I wanted a pt seasonal job. This fit the bill, BUT I wasn't prepared for the lack of training or interaction with the staff. The SM stayed in the office most of the time. The regular associates didn't speak to you unless they had to. So much to learn but no one to teach you. More like here's your apron & there you go. Luckily I had a passion for cooking and could speak to what worked for me. I was really excited to see the cooking classes but since I was seasonal I was pretty much banned from the kitchen unless I was washing dishes.My sales were great because customers were the only ones who would talk to me except the other seasonal employees. There were a few random texts from other employees (mgmt thought it was fine to post all of our numbers on the back wall) to cover shifts. Funny enough, I was a retail store manager for years before doing this. Still shop there but would never ever work there. People were just not happy there.
Advice to Management
Interact with your staff! Talk to every employee. They all matter.