Employers: Get the sales-focused retail pros you need

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Retail Staffing Solutions for Employers

While we have experience working with a diverse group of retail companies, we partner with you to understand your brand’s unique retail staffing needs—from finance, to human resources, to logistics, to operations—in order to create a strategic staffing program that delivers the workforce solutions you need.

Our Approach

With the labor market the tightest it’s been in 50+ years, we work strategically with you and your team to build a recruiting and workforce management plan centered around addressing retail industry pain points such as the following:

  • Fulfillment
  • Workforce flexibility
  • Talent reliability
  • High turnover
  • Supplier rationalization
  • Accuracy of wage data
  • Inefficient processes
  • Timely market data and trendspotting
  • Worker experience and skills gap
In addition to our proven recruiting and workforce management approach, we also work with your retail business to accomplish the following:
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Forecast workforce needs based on historic performance, seasonal fluctuations, talent availability, and more to ensure supply meets demand.

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Provide you with innovative technology solutions including artificial intelligence, workforce scheduling, and unique payroll options for associates

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Evaluate your staff-per-function ratio, and seek opportunities to optimize based on goals such as expediting the returns process, expanding e-commerce, or adding direct-to-consumer work streams.

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Explore upskilling, reskilling, and apprenticeships as talent solutions.

Retail employee helping a customer.

Associate Development

Thanks to SkillBuilder, our internal training portal, and our partnership with Penn Foster, an online learning and career development platform, you have the option of conveniently upskilling your CPG associates—increasing the chances that they make a positive impact throughout their current and future assignments.

Case Studies

Whether you’re a 100-million or a billion-dollar-a-year company, we’ll ensure you land the talent you need to meet your retailers’ and wholesalers’ demands.

Job Seekers: Retail and sales jobs

Shopping for a job? Feel free to browse through our sales and retail jobs below. We might have one—or more—that’s right up your alley. Oh, and let us know if you need any help. Thanks for visiting!

Retail and sales jobs we fill.

We don’t just put any candidate in any retail job. That’s not what we’re about. What we are about is matching your skills and experience—regardless what or how much you have—with a fitting job in every way. Here are some of the common positions we fill.

We fill retail and sales jobs.
  • Material Handler/Picker Packer
  • Returns Processor
  • Shipping/Receiving Associate
  • Customer Service Rep
  • Retail Associate
  • Store Operations Lead
  • General Manager
  • Assistant Manager
  • Digital and Creative Associate

Advice for getting a retail sales job.

There’s no denying it: Lots of consumers prefer to order online instead of shopping at big box retail stores. But big box retail stores are changing. Offering new experiences. And there’s more to retail than big box stores. There are countless smaller stores.

The point is, there’s still a great demand for retail associates in many areas. And if you show off your education and experience—and more importantly, your communication and service skills—during your interviews, you can launch a promising career in retail sales.

Practice these interview questions.

  1. Why are you looking for a new job?
  2. Why does our company appeal to you?
  3. Which skills make you a good fit for this retail position?
  4. What type of retail sales culture do you prefer? How do you handle pressure?
  5. Tell us about an unhappy customer and what you did to appease them.