Number One Shoes Employee Reviews for Retail Sales Associate

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Awesome Company
Retail Assistant (Current Employee) –  Blenheim, Marlborough25 April 2018
The Blenheim branch is a fun place where everyone has fun. The manager makes sure everyone is physically and emotionally well.
I find that communication is really good and if there is a conflict all staff join to help out.
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Team/Staff
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No Cons
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Productive and fun workplace
Junior Floor Assistant (Former Employee) –  Pukekohe, Auckland17 November 2016
It is a very good industry to start work experience especially if you have not experienced working. They always put customers first and they are always willing to help. I have learned what replent is and how to deal with customers. Being a person that had never worked before I got into work experience with Number One Shoes I learnt that customers is an important key in a working industry as they will help the company succeed. My co-workers were very friendly and helpful. The hardest part of the job was sorting the different shoes.
Pros
close to home
Cons
not enough hours
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Loved working for this company
Number 1 shoes master ton - Retail assistant (Former Employee) –  queen street masterton15 February 2016
Really loved my job working in the office at cabernet foods limited. great company to work for and the salary was more than reasonable. I was very sad the day I left cabernet as I learnt so much there and would have loved to have stayed
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Fun workplace
Retail Assistant (Former Employee) –  Blenheim, New20 May 2015
At Number One Shoes I would help serve customers and help find them what they need and want. I would also do recovery when the shop was quiet and let in stock, also putting stock out into the shop.

My co-workers were very professional but fun at the same time, they always made long days go quicker.

I learned a great deal of patience while at Number One Shoes. And how to deal with unhappy customers.
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4.0
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Fun and fast paced work place
RETAIL ASSISTANT (Former Employee) –  New Zealand17 February 2014
Great friendly work environment
Awesome work team
Always fun
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fun
Retail assistant (Former Employee) –  Richmond-nelson new zealand9 July 2013
I loved working at number one shoes was a fun place to be but needed more ours.

I loved working there very relaxing and new every roll. I learned about retail and how to handle customers. my co workers were friendly.
Pros
got bonuses
Cons
not enough ours
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Fun place to work
Retail Sales Assistant (Former Employee) –  Auckland - New Zealand14 February 2013
- Full on day with Customer Service. Stock placement & replenishment.
- Confidence, Sales skills, Product knowledge, Cash handling, Checkout operations, Merchandising & Customer Service.
- Lead by example, Motivated the team, Confident, Directed, Planned, Assigned tasked & followed up.
- Team player, Worked for the same goal, Helpful, Motivated & Customer focused.
- When we have to say no to the customer (Out of stock)
- When we achieve sales target, Task completed on time.
Pros
2 free pairs of seasonal shoes
Cons
shoplifters
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