There is no set amount you have to sell, but they do love their targets in the amount of shoe care, handbags and multi sales (more than one pair per sale) they like you to get above a certain percentage every day or week or month. But it depends on the store and the manager how strict they are about it.
Yes and if you don’t reach your quoter they sack you on the spot
Yes 3 pairs per day plus I polish applicator
No, we get feedback about our sales but do not need to meet a certain criteria.
Answered - Sales Assistant (Current Employee) - Birmingham, West Midlands
You have to meet your individual kpi's but they aren't particularly strict on it as long as the store is reaching their general targets.
Answered - Cleaner (Former Employee) - Newquay
Yes all target based
Answered - Team Leader (Current Employee) - Oxfordshire
Yes, which becomes more difficult during sales, for the prices are lower and there is a higher probability of sale shoes being out of stock in certain sizes, meaning a customer is more likely to leave than buy an alternative.
Answered - Shop Floor Assistant (Former Employee) - Birmingham
Yes. They were called multi-sales. You would have to convince parents (during the back to school period) to buy another pair of shoes along with the school shoes you already sold them. These could be plimsolls or trainers.
Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - Gateshead
No you didn't
Answered - Sales Advisor (Former Employee) - Elephant & Castle
Yes we have a target of 2 full price shoes per hour with no incentive for us to sell.
Answered - Sales assistant (Former Employee) - Ilford, Greater London