Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – Nelson, Nelson – 23 May 2018
I love working at Jayjays, i love the retail environment and the perks are great! theyre always making sure things are good with you and offer extra work when needed. I love the retail environment and overall i just love this job it's the only job ive had where i can't wait to go to work. Sometimes they have you work in some of their other stores such as just jeans or dotti and it's great to have a bit of variety and seeing how other stores operate and things. i just love it
2IC (Current Employee) – Wellington City, Wellington – 28 February 2018
I am passionate about my love for The just group. I had an abundance of fun working for the Wellington store. The team I worked with was one of my favourites and the lower workload makes its easy to balance everything inside and out of work.
Working in the fast-paced Dressmart Onehunga, there was a never a day of complete rest on a shift.
Pros -Working with great team members. -There's always something to do. - mega deals on already reduced product. -Could pick up shifts at other Just Group stores -One hour breaks
Cons -Not being acknowledged positively for the hard work done from higher management. - Messy (expected in busy outlets) but didn't have enough hands to make sure store was tidy on time expected to leave. -Hard to advance. - No work dos or team bonding events
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Manukau City, Auckland – 19 September 2017
its alright culture could use more improvement with a bit of staff trips or team work. Hardest part of the job is when the computer plays up haha na nothings really hard its just about doing what needs to be done.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Bayfair, Bay of Plenty – 23 August 2017
Always working as a team to reach our daily/weekly/monthly sales targets and get our incentives. Always a fun and positive atmosphere. Managed well, all of the staff were happy and never short staffed. Started to drop sales towards the end of winter so everyones hours have dropped down which isn't the best thing to happen for someone who is a student like me. Over all enjoyed it but need more hours.
Assistant store manager (Former Employee) – New Zealand – 2 October 2012
A typical day at work would start with making sure me and our team knew our sales targets then getting the shop ready to the standard it needed to be.While doing this the team would be having fun singing along to the music but making sure our focus was on the customers allthough we always bnut a smile on there face.The hardest part of the job was we worked in a very busy store and even though we might close at 7 ive often had to work till 9 or 10 but thats retail for you :)I mostly enjoyed communicating with all the different culturs and diversity of people coming into the shop.