Beyond Hello - Every store and outlet itself shop.

Has anyone completed the shop that they give you two weekends to complete and it involves every store including small food allowance for each food shop as well in an outlet type location and the outlet itself is a seperate shop with a larger survey?

I'm concerned how in depth each shop is for the pay. They state how many questions per store, but dont say if they are tick boxes or write a novel about the store type questions.

The pay per store is not that high, but the fact that they are all packed together and can be shopped one right after another may make up for it?

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You can do this in two days, if you are focused and stay on task without spending a lot of time actually shopping. The reports take 5-10 minutes each, with the food reports going the fastest. You need to take a couple of center photographs, but nothing significant.

And, at least for the one I did, you do NOT do every shop in the center. I read the directions, which called for a 'center evaluation', but did not specify that it was only part of the center. I took the spreadsheet of the shops with me, luckily, or I would have done all 120 plus stores in the center before I figured out I only had 66 of them assigned.

It was not difficult, in any way.
quilter Wrote:
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> You can do this in two days, if you are focused
> and stay on task without spending a lot of time
> actually shopping. The reports take 5-10 minutes
> each, with the food reports going the fastest.
> You need to take a couple of center photographs,
> but nothing significant.
>
> And, at least for the one I did, you do NOT do
> every shop in the center. I read the directions,
> which called for a 'center evaluation', but did
> not specify that it was only part of the center.
> I took the spreadsheet of the shops with me,
> luckily, or I would have done all 120 plus stores
> in the center before I figured out I only had 66
> of them assigned.
>
> It was not difficult, in any way.


I am thinking you may have done the other half of mine - or it is also likely they are all the same size.

Liz
Mine was the full center and all stores in a smaller sized outlet location. It was do-able in two days on two different weekends, but definitely took the solid day.

The questions are mostly check off (and always the same). You need info on each associate in each store. And a small narrative.

They will grade your first 10 before having you complete the rest.

It's a nice paycheck when done since it adds up.
I went to this location and ate at the Five Guys. The whole thing is outdoors and the canopy dont fully protect you from the sun and the 98% humidity down here. Just walking the whole place shopping for some high end sandals and entering each store that sold shoes took me overthree hours as the place is *HUGE*. It's right in the heart of the tourist triangle between Universal Studios, Sea World and Disney.

I swear I saw the same perfume shop in four seperate places and when I went back for a refill on my drink after doing the 1/4 lap around one side and getting back to the food court from the opposite entrance over an hour later and going back in for a badly needed refill, I asked them if I needed to buy another drink since it was so long since I had made my dinner purchase and the guy at the register said, "If you are crazy enough to walk the other side of this place, you can come back and get as many refills as you need while your here. We really don't care." This didn't make it into my shop report, as it was after I completed the shop.

Just walking the whole place was enough to give someone a blister on the bottom of their feet and a need of a showers. This jobe is still sitting on the job board for a good reason. They are going to have to bonus this thing to get anyone to bite. It sure wont me be.
Eh, I remember this shop showing up in my area's outlet mall; however, it required the shopper to be a female. I'd personally wouldn't mind taking on the assignment, but I'd need a sex change in order for me to qualify.

Shopping the Greater Denver Area, Colorado Springs and in-between in Colorado. 29 year old male and willing to travel! Badged for Denver International Airport.
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