I work in Retail i'm a new, "Sales leader-Key holder." this job has been given to me after 1 year within the company. I am now tasked with managing the shop floor making sure the customer is being served by the right colleague. However I have to deal with colleagues who don't want to do what I ask of them, however resonable or even if it is there job, such as to serve a customer. Now I can't take an authoritive approach as I am only a leader not a manager it's not my place, I can't speak to a manager as I should be able to do this myself as it's what i'm paid to do, and I can't be freinds with the colleagues so what do I do?
I'm 17 and I've never worked in retail. There's a store where they are hiring for a key holder. What exactly is a key holder? Could I be good for that job or do I need more experience? I'm home schooled, so I'm able to work at any time and day.
I started a new job in a small shop a few weeks ago and the manager's asked me to work Sundays on my own, and occasionally Mondays as well. This means that I'll also technically be a key holder even though that's not my job title, is this legal?
My boss told me that I could get promated to key holder. I have no idea what this means.
Im in retail by the way.
The company I work for doesn't give titles. I'm considered a sales associate yet I have a key, open and close the store (by myself) and complete the duties of a key holder. I'm considering taking a second job since the only person allowed to get over 30 hours is the store manager. Is it appropriate to list my job title as key holder on applications?
I was offered a job by a store key holder and I don't know what to wear and be considered acceptable. I go there in my casual clothes obviously, to shop (skinny jeans,tshirts,sweaters,ect.) So for such a casual work place do I wear casual clothes or a formal outfit. This is my first interveiw and im a 15 year old girl so I'm ignorant to this:$ thank you for your help!
I applied for a key holder position at black and decker and I got the job, but I am still not sure what my responsibilities will be.
When I was seventeen I applied to a store in the Mall of America, I got the job and it was my first ever. I held it for about two years and the top manager had been speaking to the district manager about promoting me to key holder so that I could one day become a manager. I was going to get a raise when this happened, because the company froze all other raises for anyone not being promoted, as an associate I was making $7.50 when the minimum wage in MN is $7.25. I did have to leave though when I started my continued education after high school, I went to Aveda for two programs (about a year and a half) and now that I am done with that I want to go back to retail for a little while to let my life calm down and figure out what to really do as my next step in life. I talked to a manager who currently works at the store that I left and they mentioned that the under boss had quit a couple months ago, as well as the key holder they promoted when I left instead of taking the promotion myself. She said that She's sure the head manager will gladly take me back right away, they miss me and I know the job inside and out.
My last day at Aveda is in about two weeks, I am going to go apply to the store again on my last week of class so that hopefully I can get rolling and started again right after school. My question is, how much should I ask for? My uncle and mother told me to ask for $9 because how much I ask for doesn't determine if I get hired or not, but it shows that I definitely need more than what I made before. My best friend tells me to ask for $8.50 because it's still asking for more but being a bit more humble. I know that the boss will decide how much I make no matter what happens, but I'm not sure what to ask for!
I do intend on getting a second part time job at a salon once I go through all of my licensing stuff for cosmetology. My goals are to eventually start paying back my student loans, get a truck and make payments on it and move out of my mother's home, I am twenty so those are naturally my next goals in life.
Any advice would be rad! :)
Jennifer, so I was planning on applying as an associate again. I have no history in management, but do you think that $9 I a crazy thing to ask for? Or should I just try for keyholder since I was almost one before anyways?
I'm looking at several job listings and many are in search of key holders.
My local Hot Topic is looking for a Key Holder but I don't know if I should apply. What is a key holder? Do I need a certain amount of previous work experience? Am I too young (I'm 17)?
In a nutshell I quit with only a day notice from a seasonal job (Christmas time) basically due to personal matters as well as not getting along with a key holder there whom I had to deal with closely. I will be moving out of state and was just curious how likely this experience would be likely to hurt my chances if I applied for seasonal work at the store in my new area.
I can't believe I forget how to do this ,but I am starting a new job as a key holder and forget how to close out the cash register. Can someone tell me the steps?
I just got a job as a lead sales associate in FL and I was hired from outside the company, which means I have no idea what to expect or what my responsibilities will be. This role is also known as Third Key Holder, so I'm guessing I get to open and close the stores at times...anyway, I'm looking for the specific duties I'll be performing. Am I some kind of manager? and if so, what's my supervisory reach as a manager? There are 2 positions above me in the store itself...
He said he couldnt afford me and another key holder. So i took back my position. Can i be fired for stepping down.
I recently recieved a job offer making 3 times what i am currently making. so of course i jumped on it and gave my 2 week notice. now the new job has told me they need me i have to start sooner than the 2 weeks. it will put my last day 5 days sooner than the 2 week notice. i dont wat to mess up with my current employer but i really want this new job. any advice is welcomed. and the job is a key holder in retail. please help!
I'm doing a job application but i dont know which position to choice, can someone tell me what exactly each position is responsible for. Thanks
My friend has been working for a company for several years and someone new has just been hired for exactly the same job but is getting paid alot more. But my friend also has alot more responsibility than the new guy like he is a key holder and on call when the manager is away. So is he entitled to at least the same wage?
I've only just realised, and have been there for 7 months. Am I able to claim this back? The manager has been paying me as a sales advisor, and people who are kinda one step above that but don't hold keys are on more money than me. Shall I just speak to him? Or go straight to HR? I want the money I should have had back...only monkeys work for peanuts.
I am currently applying for jobs in the NHS and i am related to a doctor and the application wants me to state that.
Is it an advantage or a disadvantage?
Thank you! :)
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