RadioShack Jobs & Careers in Chicago, IL US


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12 days ago

Sales Associate - Full Time - RadioShack

RadioShack Burbank, IL

• Greeting every customer with enthusiasm and energy • Serving and selling to multiple customers • Offering customers cutting-edge solutions in a… RadioShack


12 days ago

Sales Associate - Part Time - RadioShack

RadioShack Burbank, IL

• Greeting every customer with enthusiasm and energy • Serving and selling to multiple customers • Offering customers cutting-edge solutions in a… RadioShack


27 days ago

Store Manager

RadioShack Chicago, IL +3 locations

• Build a loyal customer base by creating long-term relationships • Achieve or exceed sales and profit targets • Manage the store’s controllable… RadioShack


15 days ago

District Manager

RadioShack Chicago, IL +2 locations

• Build a loyal customer base by creating long-term relationships • Manage the district’s controllable categories on the district’s profit and loss… RadioShack


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    Former Employee - Retail Sales Associate Key Holder in Chicago, IL (US)
    Former Employee - Retail Sales Associate Key Holder in Chicago, IL (US)

    I worked at RadioShack full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Probably the only good thing about working here is the discounts you get on your phone/s. You can have one for each carrier. Depending on your relationship with your coworkers it might be fun, and just the overall retail experience.

    Cons

    Everything. So much work with absolutely no recognition. No raises EVER unless you're a manager and get promoted to a higher volume store. They're constantly changing the commission and every time they changed it, it was worse. Your job is always being threatened. The turn over rate is ridiculous. It's just not worth the stress for minimum wage. If you get hired here I would suggest getting a couple months of experience, then applying with the actual cell phone carriers. Their pay rate is at least three dollars more per hour in my city.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop changing the policies/pay rate every three months. Stop firing long time employees for stupid reasons without conducting proper investigations. If you're going to preach "Lead by example" you should start doing it.

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