I have been working at Haggar part-time (More than a year)
Lots of people-watching, 40% employee discount on already well-priced clothing, always working on something around the store, higher than minimum wage. (Good for first-timers). Will work with your schedule.
Part-timers at my location struggle to get more than 20h/week at low pay. Very little opportunity for advancement. No insurance, no paid time off (including sick days). Late or early only has a five-minute margin. No sitting at all except lunch and, manager permitting, five-minute breaks. No commissions.
I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Haggar (Terrell, TX) in May 2015.
I was interviewed in the lobby/customer service area of the mall, which was different for me, but a nice change from the usual stock room/back office interview. The manager was very welp prepared for the interview and had an offer of hourly pay and employment to me within 3 hours.
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