The first day I was put at the front desk, alone. The actual receptionist was in the back gossiping with the manager. They seemed annoyed, as if it were my fault I didn’t have any training or knowledge of the system. I had to constantly run to the back when clients wanted to be checked out or purchase items. Everyone just sat on their phones and complained. The manager wasn’t even in the salon an hour into the shift.
A typical day at work included helping customers find exactly what they needed, guiding them through a credit application if they so wanted to apply, and quickly and efficiently checking them out. The best part of the job was the relationship I was able to build with the customers.
very nice place to work, just needing to work more hours and hours were cut. Everyone there works as a team so I learning a lot. Management is great. I work in the Fine Jewelry Department and meet a lot of customers. I help them fine what they are looking for their loved ones as far as pieces for birthdays, anniversaries, valentines, etc.