Team Leader (Former Employee) – London – 21 September 2017
I enjoyed so much in foot locker and I've learnt a lot, however, once you step into management career the amount of stress you receive is incredibly higher than your pay. One massive pro about foot locker is that it becomes your family as soon as u step in and is hard to leave them.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Customer service – 20 September 2017
They supported me and gave me the experience to communicate and network with a different variety of nationalities. I also enjoyed my time there because I am a trainer freak so to be part of the fashion industry was so exciting.
Footlocker - Supervisor (Former Employee) – Liverpool – 29 August 2017
Footlocker was a brilliant place for me to work whilst saving to go on my travels around South East Asia. I was very interested in the products that were sold there and benefited from the staff discounts.
Working at footlocker consists mainly of conversing with customers and running to and from the stockroom with shoes. It can be very fast paced and requires long periods of standing. The hardest part is learning where everything is in the stock room and selling additional products.
Customer Service Sales Associate (Former Employee) – london – 7 August 2017
At footlocker I was able to enhance my communication skills by facing and dealing with customer queries on a regular basis. As a result of this experience I believe I became a much more effective communicator.
Sales associate (Former Employee) – Romford – 1 August 2017
I didn't enjoy my time at footlocker as I felt my manager was always stressful and took it out on employers. It was a stressful work environment which reminded me of the military given how forceful some of the employers were.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Lakeside Shopping Centre, Essex – 30 June 2017
Footlocker can be a productive and enjoyable place to work at times, however when it is very busy it can be quite stressful and intense. Everyone gets on as a team and pulls through each day to reach goals but I feel the pay is not enough for the additional jobs that must me conducted within the work place.
Sales Advisor (Former Employee) – London – 29 May 2017
I believe that the management at foot locker wandsworth was very poor, nothing to really aim for, the staff did not work like a team and instead everyone was helping themselves out, only times when we did work as a team was when managers would visit.
worked here part time whilst studying at university. worst experience. low pay compared to other footwear uk retailers. works based on commission structure . if you are stuck at the till you will hardly be making a extra penny.
very corrupt and unethical! be aware! . you are encouraged to scan items customers are not taking home just so store manager can meet KPIs. specially tourists that will be travelling away - unable to come back to the store to dispute the additional purchases and the elderly.Shameful!!!
would sell you anything to meet unrealistic targets. they refuse refunds just to meet daily sales targets although illegal .
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 26 April 2017
My time at Footlocker, my main role was dealing with customers on the shop floor and working behind the tills managing both transactions and refunds. These roles entailed customer service, carrying out stock checks and audits on a weekly basis, and occasionally assisting management in establishing the oncoming work rota for staff available in the store.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Manchester – 22 April 2017
Footlocker is a great place for a "Sneaker Freak" or students. It has great discounts and is a really good place to start for a part time job that teaches you the fundamental skills you need in most retail and sales strategy businesses.