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Manager - Replenishment

Michaels Arts & Crafts Everett, WA +30 locations

Replenishment Manager is enthusiastic and passionate about Creativity, People and Arts and Crafts. The Presentation Replenishment Manager focuses… Snagajob

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Manager PT - Nights / Weekends

Michaels Arts & Crafts Phoenix, AZ +4 locations

Customer Experience Manager - Nights and Weekends is enthusiastic and passionate about Creativity, People and Arts and Crafts. The Customer… Snagajob

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Cashiers / Sales Associate

Michaels Arts & Crafts Portsmouth, NH +7 locations

The Cashier is enthusiastic and passionate about creativity, people and arts and crafts. The Cashier performs all cash register operations and… Snagajob

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Floral Designer

Michaels Arts & Crafts Omaha, NE +4 locations

Position: Floral Designer Basic Functions: The Floral Designer is enthusiastic and passionate about Creativity, People and Arts and Crafts. The… Snagajob

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Manager - Operations

Michaels Arts & Crafts Evergreen Park, Cook, IL +45 locations

with a part-time Support Specialist. On days the Support Specialist is scheduled, the Customer Experience Manager - Operations primary focus is on… Snagajob

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Manager - Events & Classroom

Michaels Arts & Crafts Springfield, OR +42 locations

Customer Experience Manager - Events is enthusiastic and passionate about Creativity, People and Arts and Crafts. The Customer Experience Manager… Snagajob

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Manager - Art Framing

Michaels Arts & Crafts Phoenix, AZ +66 locations

The Frame Department Manager is responsible for the efficient and profitable operation of the Framing Department. Also, is responsible for… Snagajob

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    Current Employee - Cashier
    Current Employee - Cashier

    I have been working at Michaels Stores part-time for less than a year


    I currently have a cashiering position at my store. My interview process was pretty quick and I was interviewed and hired on the same day by the same manager. I have some past cashiering and retail experience. I will say that everyone I work with for the most part is friendly and is a team player. The job isn't difficult as long as you know what you're doing and aren't careless. The employee discount is an added bonus as I am an avid crafter and it comes in handy when I have projects to do. Customers are always a toss up. You'll find people are really friendly or grumble about not saving fifty cents off their order and through a fit.


    It seems as though cooperate likes switching things around in terms of management. Currently the managers I have now are not the same when I was hired four months ago and have different managing styles than the previous managers. I wonder if I'll be saying this in another four months time.

     My biggest complaint is this email collection business. I realize asking for email addresses at check out is for marketing purposes, but people just don't want to give out that information sometimes and I think that's okay. Even though customers don't have to give their email I'm still expected to encourage and convince as many people as possible. Once I was called to the office by management to talk about my email numbers and that they were low. A good portion of customers are elderly and don't have computers let alone email, so it's not my fault I can't collect what doesn't exist. What really makes me irritated is that hours are cut over email totals. If the store collectively cannot get a good portion of emails, management is under pressure and they start cutting hours as punishment.

    I wish they would also put more people on for the day. Even when email collection is good we seem short staffed and I know this isn't always do to requests off and vacation. There have been nights where there have been only three employees in the store (one cashier, one on the floor, and one in framing) and it seriously is a problem. Customers and employees get frustrated when this happens. Just because it's possible to run with this few people doesn't mean we should. It's a very stressful environment at times.

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