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Key Accountabilities: • Motivates and inspires the associates to build brand loyalty and create a positive store environment for both internal… Glassdoor

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The Children's Place President & CEO Jane Elfers
Jane Elfers
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    I researched and read negative reveiws. It was all true. I noticed first in the interview when their honesty mimicked exactly what I read.

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    Current Employee - Lead Manager in Levittown, NY (US)
    Current Employee - Lead Manager in Levittown, NY (US)

    I have been working at The Children's Place part-time (less than an year)


    In the store I worked in, the schedule was extremely flexible.


    Although there was flexibility as far as the schedule, there was no hours to switch of call out for an emergency. How does that happen, you ask? Well my location would function on 169.00 hours. There was no time to do the work that needed to be done. As a manager you literally do it all. Paper work, shipment, clean, watch the floor, ring transactions, help customers, and babysit employees instead of mamage them. Most of this fine when there are more than one on one coverage. That's tight there's only two people in the store most of the time. And leaving the store to eat or do garbage are not possible without three people in the store.(unless done before hand). There are no benefits and the pay is ridiculously low. There are no hours for training and bad communication throughout shifts. No development to move in the company.

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    Stores outside of the malls need hours too. Training should be implemented to actually develop employees to grow. Management should manage not babysit employees. Pay should be raised.

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