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Skechers Careers and Employment

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  • CEO
    Robert Greenberg – CEO, Founder
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    5bn to 10bn (EUR)
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Retail Assistant Manager


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Permanent, Full-time
Retail Store Manager

Dundalk, County Louth

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Supervisor in Dundalk, County Louth
on 21 January 2020
Fun place to work, good and friendly staff. Management understanding
Fun place to work, good and friendly staff. Management understanding. Pushed to meet targets but commission as incentive. Overall nice place to work but poor wage and benefits.
Management in Dublin
on 15 September 2020
Absolutely shocking company to work for. Stay away at all costs! No benefits, huge pressure, no gratification...instead you are told on weekly basis that you are a disappointment. This company will drain you, ruin your confidence, will make you feel horrible! You are expected to work overtime with no time in lieu and on minimum wage. Unrealistic targets, KPIs and deadlines. No training provided, no structure. All they care is money!
Management in Dublin
on 12 August 2020
Stay away.
You are expected to go that "extra mile" at all times. Forget about you kids, family or friends because once you start working here you will be sucked into word of chaos and no structure.You will be expected to do work way beyond you job description with minimum wage. Higher management do not care about anything but profit. You are not human to this franchise. Stay away
Manager in Ireland
on 25 July 2020
Don’t do it.
An amazing brand and that’s where the positives end. Simply a nightmare, stay well away. Lots of promises. Beware of the wolf in sheep’s clothing. Stay well away.
Store Manager in Dublin
on 14 October 2019
Fast paced & challenging but rewarding place to work.
If you thrive in a busy fast paced enviornment then Skechers is the job for you. Fantastic career progression available for those who are willing to put the work in. No two days are the same in Skechers, so be prepared for a challenge. Regular management & staff incentives to motivate & boost morale in stores. Target & KPI driven but a fun & energetic place to work all the same. A positive can do attitude will you see you go far in this retail job. Definately not for the faint hearted- be prepared to multi- task/multi- serve and be quick on your feet, all the while maintaining the highest level of customer service. Most staff are hired on a zero hour contract , however higher rank management are contracted to a 40 hour working week. As one of the smaller stores, you will have a smaller team therefore you will do a lot of the tasking yourself, whereas in the larger stores the managers have a bigger workforce to delegate tasks to . If you apply for a management position in a smaller store you must have a proven record of being capable of multi- tasking & dealing with stressful situations in a calm & efficient manner.
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