I just started my first job at Sears, as a Sales Associate (Base pay + Commission).
They put me in Hardware/Lawn & Garden/Fitness machines and for a lot of it, I don't know a whole lot about it. I've been training with different people the past 3 days and I think I'm catching on to most of the stuff.
But yeah, are there any good resources out there to increase my knowledge base?
Lawn Mowers + Accessories
Weedeaters + Accessories
Power Drills + Accessories
Table Saws + Accessories
Different types of bits, tools, etc.
I'm pretty good on the fitness equipment side though.
I just recently got called in for a interview at Wal-Mart. I did the drug test and the back to back interview today. So I am not sure if I have the job yet. The position is for Lawn and Garden Sales Associate. So is a Sales Associate the same as Cashier? Also what to expect and any tips would be appreciated.
I have an interview at a shoestore for a sales associate job and my friend said they ask how would you get someone to purchase a pair of shoes? and i think i would be stuck on answering that can anyone help me with this please?
I am a quiet and hardworking person, but because I am not outgoing, I have a hard time getting jobs like being a server or sales associate or receptionist. Those jobs just don't fit my personality, and the hiring people can see that. I can't fake outgoingness either unfortunately. Any job tips from others who have been in this situation or know of others who are?
Garden and Seasonal Sales Associate……. And also what future opportunities could it open???
Thank you all for your answers, i went to my second interview today and it seemed to go okay, I really do enjoy helping people in general, so fingers crossed, again thank you all!
Target, Walmart, Sams Club, Costco, etc.?
I'm looking for a seasonal or regular job that pays at least $10/hr
My background includes retail, security, clerical.... mostly entry level positions.
I have a Bachelors, but I'm one of the many people who fall into the trap of not being able to find a job because of the degree I chose, so now I'm between schools and trying to find a job.
I just got a job at The Home Depot as garden center sales associate. What're some things I'll need to learn for the job? Such as skills and knowledge of things there?
I am looking for job ,and I have put application many places as stores,drug stores,....,but all say they do not have hiring.I appreciate your suggestions.I really don't know where else I apply for a part time job.Thanks.
I am so tired of hearing myself and my fellow Americans being called lazy.Tired of hearing that Americans won't do the dirty work in this country.Tired of the illegal supporters using this excuse for their cause. I think it's time we put them in their place. Lets tell them what kind of dirty work we do! If you feel comfy sharing your personal stuff, lets tell them who flips the bill for our medical and dental expenses. As for me.....until recently this native/irish girl stocked shelves at a grocery store owned by Chaldeans, (a hard, dirty, back breaking job) min. wage, no benefits. Currently I work the front desk at a hotel for min. wage, no benefits, walk to work, pay all my own medical/dental bills, get no food stamps/welfare/medicare. I live just north of the border in Cal./ have resigned this job/ more than half the housekeeping staff at this hotel are illegals. Soon I'll be unemployed, beat out by illegals again. I'll go pick lettuce if the illegals would get out of the fields.
PANCHA...you little sweet heart..thank you for this opportunity, you've made my day! I was born Native American and raised between Reservations & Military bases all over this great country. NOTHING came easy for me and NOTHING was ever given to me. It sure as hell didn't stop me. At 10 I was hunting rattle snakes for $10 a head, at 12 I was mowing lawns with a rusted out push mower(after school and my farm chores were done), saved my $ for a bike, got a paper route when I was 13, at 14 I was working my paper route and picking strawberries till dark, at 16 I was working a fruit packaging plant for $2.08 an hour and going to school, at 18 I was leading a crew of 13 in the same plant on swing shift. I graduated High School working full time all 4 years. Got a college degree in English and Theology, working full time and raised 5 children alone for nearly 10 yrs. I haven't slept much in the last 35 yrs, but I have worked my ass off and not ever taken a hand out. Want to wrestle b***h?
hey BLUNT! How about you pay $3.99 a lb. for those oranges so that orange farmer can afford to pay an American citizen a fair wage to pick them for your rich, tight, spoiled hiney? That would just kill your up-do and manicure funds, wow you wouldn't be able to afford the dry cleaning of that cashmere sweater either. Ah golly gee wiz...maybe vanity is worth more than what is right and just and fair to your hard working country men and women. Ah hell let them oranges waste at least blunt can continue to afford her vanity, the farmer can write it off and no illegals will be getting paid for a job an American needs.
you know I meant BUNT! LOL
I'm thinking of starting a business at a flea market and I'm wondering what are the best money makers in that setting. I am sick and out of options for a regular job so this is very important to me. Any one with good suggestions will truly be appreciated.
I have been raised with discipline, and learned that work is good for you. I want a good summer job, and I grew up with yard work as my chore. Weeding, mulching, fertilizing, watering, you name it. So I figured that Home Depot would be a cool fun job.
I just applied at a wal-mart for the electronics department , but i am also waiting on a job from circuit city I will most likely get. How much does wal mart pay for the electronics dept.> and if anybody knows how much will circuit city pay for a sales associate?? Thank you
serious answers only please
It certainly bears all the markings of one.
I want to buy a house in the next few years, and I want to learn to do some home improvements and upgrades on my own. Right now, I don't know any. I was wondering if working at Home Depot or Lowe's would help me. What are some other options to learn about DIY home improvements? I don't really learn too well by watching tutorials on internet. I need to actually do it to learn. Thanks
How would clothing store staff be organized?
What are their titles and positions?
I'm writing a practice business plan for a class and I need to cover all of the positions but I'm not really sure what they are.
I'm 18 year, and only has a high school diploma
No experience besides waitress, cashier, and sales associate.
I know the economy is really bad but I am in need of a job so bad!
Something that is flexible with time and schedule knowing that I get transportation than have my own.
I have tried and applied everywhere, doesn't seem to help!
Please and thank you!
Me and my friends are planning a city wide scavenger hunt on Friday, and it's my job to make the list.
The only item I have on the list so far is an out of state license plate. I'm in desperate need of ideas, so if you have any, please help me!
What are the job positions there? just to get a heads up coz im gonna try applying to them next week..
also do i need job exp for it?