it would be a normal day and quiet some other days would be hectic and busy and getting to come across customers and assisting them. it was enjoyable having to learn to help a customer on a certain garmet that we dont have at the store having to call all stores.
It was very much an "every man for himself" type of working environment. It was a good learning experience though but for amount of work done,you weren't really compensated fairly. Also job security,nobody's job was really safe.
It was a good experience working at Edgar's even though it was a part time job and there was no basic salary.but as it was my 1st job after matric I really enjoyed working there and gaining experience.When you go and look for a job at Edgar's you should take your CV to edcon head office at Jhb
Working at Edgars is very good and enjoyable there's no pressure or stress if you doing your job properly All you need is to work smart don't be lazy Respect your fellows and managers always treat customers in a good way You have to know that customer is always right don't be harsh to customers
Good working with the other staff and respected manager with good leading
I haven't seen bad things it always good in my side
Working at Edgar's was very interesting because it taught me about responsibility and good work ethic in unexpected ways. Therefore I would recommend working there, however, there are certain problems with the scheduled payments among the Edgar's staff.
Sales is challenging but enjoyable because you feel great whenever you assist a customer that he/she purchase the item and always look for you because of excellent customer service you gave, the hardest part is to convince at times you run out of plans that's when I learned to allow the customer make their own choice at times. The most enjoyable moment in retail is during promotion.
weekly meetings with team ,for feedback, on the weekly performance to budget. Monitoring the forecasting of stock inputs. Meeting with suppliers monthly Seasonal reports on product and personal performance