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Kaufmann's was a department store that originated in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Former Employee - Director says

"Lack of upward mobility, longevity appreciated over skill."

Crew member (Former Employee) says

"We would do inventory from Morning to evening with small breaks. I learned basically just counting. I never seen management but in the morning when you pick up your paperwork and scanner. I really didn't know the coworkers. There was no hard part or enjoyable parts. It was a basic in and out jobwe had a day to do our sectionssmall lunches"

AREA SALES MANAGER (Former Employee) says

"company was bought out by Macy's, nothing else to review. Difficult work/life balance during peak seasons."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"A very busy environment to work at daily. This was especially true between Thanksgiving and Christmas. There were opportunities to move around in different departments."

HR Generalist (Former Employee) says

"was a larger clothing retailer that offered competitve pricing.discountcompany folded"

Also worked as a Fulfillment Associate (Former Employee) says

"Contacted branch stores via telephone and fax to fullfill merchandise orders that come not be fullfilled in the downtown location."

Shopping Service Operator (Former Employee) says

"Handled multiple emergency(911) telephone calls ;assisting the public in regards to dispatching fire, police and paramedics. I learned that every calls that comes in may not be an emergency. The managers and co-workers at the time were very serious and will send help if there was an emergency or not The hardest part of the job would be the schedule and the stressful nature of most of the calls. The most enjoyable part of the job is assisting the public with what ever emergency is going on.Helping people get emergency servicesScheduling"

Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) says

"Floater, Open and Closed the department store during the Fall/Winter Hours. Worked as the cashier. Worked part-time. Was trained by various managers. Closing the store was the most difficult.Seasonal PostitionHoliday Sales"

Shoe Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"The sales positions are okay. Sometimes the business is really slow and they still expect you to meet the same sales quotas. It's either really busy or really slow there."

Department Store - sales (Former Employee) says

"I went to work there because I could get hours and the pay was okay, lots of late hours when sales were busy. Nice place to work if you want to work retail .nice storlong hours"

CASHIER / SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) says

"Pretty uptight and serious work evironment where you're constantly busy having to keep an eye out for customers while keeping your work area maintainedDiscountLow pay"

Collector (Former Employee) says

"i really dont remember! this was over ten years ago. It was a collections job that i did enjoy. Helped me get through college."

Sales Associate/All Departments (Former Employee) says

"I learned what it was like to sell in almost every area in the store and work in the office"

Special Promotions / Event Coordinating Intern (Former Employee) says

"Okay - free internship so can't say much. Typical intern work"

Warehouseman (Former Employee) says

"The warehouse was always alive,with the movement of the employee's going about their work. One of the most enjoyable part about the job was getting the work doneand the prodoct out on time"

Part-Time Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"Enjoyed working in the women's department and customer service. I met some interesting people and got to know some of the customers that were regulars.discounts on clothingno flexibility on hours"

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"They don't pay as well as Macy's and they keep you busy at work but in a crisis like a dying spouse they work with you on scheduling."

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