Overall Reviews at Skechers
Human Resources Manager | Woodstock, GA | Nov 12, 2019
Decent starter job
This company is a good place to go for those who are just starting out and need a job, need a little more experience before getting a new job, or as a secondary job to make extra cash on the side. Don't expect much from the company unless you are a full timer. Yes part timers can get 401K benefits but this company does not think about long term growth. You only receive three yearly raises in each position with the company. Which would be fine if you could move up into another position, however the company does not like to do internal promotions especially from part time to full time.
Sales Associate | Cuyahoga Falls, OH | Jan 19, 2020
Productive and good work enviroment
Working at Skechers was another job experience that allowed myself to develop good customer services skill and help me come out of my comfort zone when engaging with others. It also was the first job that allowed me to advance into a management position within the company.
Receiving Associate | Paramus, NJ | Aug 10, 2018
I was a kid but it was a bad experience
I was very young but management changed quite often, the pay was terrible and sometimes they would make you stay for overtime and not pay you for it. I would not recommend.
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Houston, TX | Jan 21, 2020
It was a fun summer job
By far my favorite job. Everyone from co workers to customers made the job extremely fun. It was a simple and fairly easy job and the hours were good.
Sales Associate | Tampa, FL | Sep 7, 2018
upbeat fast paced environment
best job I had worked at, advanced to manager within a few months. The hardest part of this job would be climbing ladders all day, but thats more so tiring than anything. Communication Is key there, which is beneficial. They work as a team, always.
Prosroom for advancement
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Glen Mills, PA | Jan 30, 2020
This was my first sneakers store. I learned how to measure shoe sizes for Kids, Men, and Women. Improved my skills on a cash register. Great employees, felt really welcomed. Flexible hours.
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Daly City, CA | Dec 18, 2019
I got hired on a whim here. It was slow going at first, but there was no manager when I was first hired and the manager they eventually hired was soon fired. The manager that took their place was a well enough fit, aside from the fact that no one knows how to communicate here and you're constantly being given conflicting information from the manager and assistant managers. The back is definitely a hazard, theres shoe boxes stacked everywhere and at one point in the bathroom too, as well as stacked haphazardly around the store.
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Oakland, CA | Oct 21, 2018
Good beginner's job
Good job to get started in retail. Knowledge of skechers products will help while on job. Cashier and retail experience recommended. Time off after first two months.
Consgraveyard shift may be tiring
Vice President of Business Development | Manhattan Beach, CA | Nov 18, 2019
Nepotism throughout the company. Focused primarily and younger female demos although they attempt to build revenue in other men's product groups. Very unusual culture, more of a feel good company, not corporately run business
Receiving Associate | Carlsbad, CA | Mar 15, 2020
There are hrs and the hrs are flexible but it’s a lot of work for what they pay
Too much work for the pay. We don’t even get any bonuses. The training is not good. You get thrown in jobs you never done and are expected to get it. The manager always contradict es hit her and don’t have a set plan. They always change ones dutiful I