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Specialist sales assistant (Current Employee) says

"Over worked special privileges to certain individuals it who u know type of company"

Sales Associate (Current Employee) says

"I wouldn't advice anyone to work for total sport canal walk to be precisely. I have encountered racism and unfairly treatment. I loved my job so much"

cashier and sales assistant (Former Employee) says

"Long hours like overtime working but not getting paid for it just paid the salary only which was not enough for me.I dont wish to work for TFG company again because they Dont reach their contagreement between the employee and head office."

Travel Agent (Former Employee) says

"Total Sports is actually ASK but Total Sports is a campaign at ASK. It was a temp job I work for a temporary agency. Wasn't really a good experience there."

Assistant Manager (Current Employee) says

"Typical day at work is hard work,listening to the customer,providing good service,reaching target. Cons: Long Hours"

Store Manager (Former Employee) says

"You work under pressure no recognition, micro managed to the point that you feel like you incompetent. No support from line manager. Your well-being or not important."

Sales Assistant,cashier,admin (Former Employee) says

"monday was the best day at work because we were rested on sunday so we wre always fresh monday Cons: overtime"

Internship (Former Employee) says

"Teamwork is essential, targets and deadlines are met,we work under pressure,disciplinary actions are taken when necessary,Strategies are implemented in case of theft,we make sure the place is tidy,we treat our customers in an excellent manner so that they remain loyal to the business Cons: Working under pressure"

Waitress/Bartender (Former Employee) says

"I was a waitress and would bar tend at times. This was a sports bar with roughly 30 flat screens so you were able to what whatever game you want. Hardest part of the job is just basic dinner/ lunch rush but that is also your best part of the job because that is when you get tips. I didn't really care for owner. Cons: no free food, didn't keep all tips"

sales representative (Former Employee) says

"TotAl sports is a company I would no longer like to work for it has poor management and salary in relation to the commitment to the job I dedicate myself in what I do but to received a salary not worth the effort is heartbreaking Cons: long hours, poor management"

sales assistant (Former Employee) says

"I work with people that were very sporty where as i did not play a sport. I did not recieve in store training but i picked up all i needed to know fast. Many of my co- workers wanted me out of the store because i was not like them so when ever they spoke of sports i stood one side. Cons: doing most work"

sales assistant,footwear controller (Former Employee) says

"depending on my scheduled times and changes,i would start by going to check my daily,basket and new accounts targets,then start reaching those targets Cons: mall hours"

Retail (Former Employee) says

"it was a fun place to work at but to much lot of work to customer service and making sure that the customer gets what the want all the time.and u get to learn lot of things about retail and how to deal with different customers in the retail shop.the hardest part of the job is when is month end and the are lot of customers and you have to multitask ,working on the till and helping customers with what the need and also be a security at the same time.and other part of it is wen it comes to making sales and u make less of sale which is bad for the company..but i have learn a lot to manage time and to be energetic.. Cons: 72 hours"

Floor assistance (Former Employee) says

"Total Sports is for the retail lovers. If you work there only to get paid then its not the place for you. Totals sports culture is for the love of sports wear and sneakers, as an employee you need to be energetic able to skip your lunch just to push your work first. Long hours can be tiring. Creativity and a good persuasive person will make a good employee and those are the type of skills you need to be able to reach your targets. Cons: long hours less pay"

Sales Consultant (Former Employee) says

"Working at Total Sports was a great start for me in the retail environment, I got the opportunity to work closely with customers and gain good customer service qualities. Cons: Working on Public Holidays and Sundays, have to always be on my feet."

Salesman (Former Employee) says

"It was retail so there was a lot of standing and not much work to be done until a customer walked in. Cons: Long hours and very little pay"

Sales Consultant (Former Employee) says

"It was funny and I enjoyed the hard work and talking to new costumers. Store manager work less then everyone else in the store. Cons: Long brakes"

Strength and Conditioning Coach (Former Employee) says

"My position was the strength and conditioning coach of the baseball program. On two occasions I discovered my boss training baseball players and earning the money from it when I should have been doing it. It was money that should have been going into my pocket. He betrayed my trust. So I quit. Cons: Boss lacked personal integrity"

Sales Person (Former Employee) says

"We had a great leader. The work environment was fast paced but manageable. The only problem I had was the long working hours whilst being paid peanuts Cons: long working hours"

Sales Assistant (Former Employee) says

"as it is a store you must always greed customers and render best service.I"


"I worked at Total Sports Publications Cons: The lie. Everything is based on lies. Management is none, zero, zip, nada. You can't have integrity and work there. If you like lying this is the place for you."

Former Employee - Director, Key Account Management says

"I worked at Total Sports Publications full-time for less than a year Cons: High-pressure sales floor that sells ads for various publications and leaves you no room for advancement. Pay is draw versus commission. NO SALARY. Weak company culture. All sales reps are "Key Account Directors" or something of the sort."

Former Employee - Advertising Sales Director says

"I worked at Total Sports Publications full-time for less than a year Cons: If you don’t do things EXACTLY as boss man would like, you get fired. Only he can be right about everything. He goes off on these political rants and definitely doesn’t want to hear any feedback from you, unless you agree. He will cuss you out everyday in front of the entire office. He definitely gets off on intimidation. All the females in the office eat lunch together, including HR, seems like a conflict of interest. BEWARE!"

Former Employee - Advertising Sales Director says

"I worked at Total Sports Publications full-time for less than a year Cons: Absolutely terrible terrible job. Boss is horrible. Gives you leads that have been called countless times before. Absolutely dead company. Boss will act like he wants you to succeed then will fire you the next day. There is absolutely no job security. The “senior” guys are just as bad. Could care less wether or not you succeed or fail. There is no “friendly competition” at all. Do not waste your time with this company or the boss. You have about a 10% chance of making it longer than 3 months. Joke of a company. Joke of a job. More importantly joke of a boss."

Former Employee - Sales Representative says

"I worked at Total Sports Publications full-time for less than a year Cons: - Not an entry level position -People are fired or quit left and right and there is a reason for that -Revolving door because the boss will say one thing and then change his mind -He will humiliate you in front of everyone and put you down thinking it will help you -You will be told mutiple lies when hired and he will go back on his word -It is all about numbers and if you do not hit them then you are gone in a matter of weeks with no constructive advice"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Total Sports Publications full-time Cons: I don't know where to start..."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Total Sports Publications full-time for less than a year Cons: Everything. Don't work here if you are looking for a real job."


"I worked at Total Sports Publications Cons: Stressful environment Favoritism Confusing pay structure"

Former Employee - Inside Sales Representative says

"I worked at Total Sports Publications full-time for less than a year Cons: -Misconceived pay structure -No career opportunities -Incredibly hard sale -Be sure and do your research, there are few people that actually enjoy working here and many people passing through for interviews."

Former Employee - Advertising Sales Representative says

"I worked at Total Sports Publications full-time for less than a year Cons: You will face a LOT of rejection. Usually takes several months before your first sale. Not an easy sell...especially with such a quiet office. 2/3 of the desks are empty...there's a reason. Senior sales guys frequently talking about people they think will quit, which makes for a negative atmosphere. Shady+Deceptive practices. Manager tells you to do one thing, then contradicts himself."

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