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Overnight and Daytime Stock Associate (Current Employee) – Vienna, VA – December 17, 2015
I worked on the overnights shift which started at 11pm and ended at 7am. A typical shift started with restocking the floor and back-stocking products that there weren't enough space for. After lunch we would organize the stock rooms and the replenish the floor items. Once I switched to daytime, a normal day consisted of tagging and pricing items in the receiving stock room and, if the shipment was done before my shift was over, I would walk around the store helping and directing customers.
Sales (Former Employee) – Watauga, TX – October 16, 2017
This job required a lot of walking, there s not a moment of sitting still, there is always something to clean, straighten, or stock. The job is simple and straight forward. If you work correctly the shift will move by quickly.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – September 16, 2017
Bed Bath and Beyond is a very flexible job to work around and it is very laid back. Management is very understanding and nice to work around. Always helpful whenever I need to talk or have trouble with anything.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – July 19, 2017
I would rate Bed, Bath and Beyond as a little above average retail experience. Stores are based in middle-class income areas so they draw a variety of people from the super snooty to the fun family doing some casual shopping. Occasional shot lifter, but a number of items stolen or price point is always high so it's taken seriously. Bridal is a key selling point and store is designed around family and school necessities.
cashier and customer service (Former Employee) – Nevada – April 30, 2017
satisfactory. the management was not really attentive to the employees. I worked there part time and was v very reliable and dedicated employee. I am looking for a stable company that I can grow my career and to advance
Customer Service (Former Employee) – California – March 24, 2017
Days at bed bath and beyond were good always busy. I learned how to communicate better with customers. Management was also good. Everybody goes and shops their. To me there were no hard parts. The whole day was enjoyable.
Coffee Replenishment Associate (Former Employee) – Canoga Park, CA – November 22, 2016
helping customers how to have patience with customers management had no communication co-workers were friendly hardest part of my job was not getting hours the most enjoyable part of my job was dealing with the managers in other departments.
Front End Lead (Current Employee) – Roseville, CA – September 20, 2016
Bed, Bath and Beyond is a very team-oriented work environment. It takes a lot of people to keep up the store. As long as you have a great attitude and your customer service skills are above average, you'll do great there.
Sales Associate-Cashier (Former Employee) – Cedar Hill, TX – August 18, 2016
Working at Bed, Bath & Beyond was great. I loved the smells. I loved the merchandise. It just didn't seem to get as busy as I would have thought it would get. I just stood there most of the time. I finally started venturing through the store looking for something to do or clean up. If you like laid back then that is a job for you. For me, I like to keep moving.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Troy, MI – August 7, 2016
Busy most of the time, learned who to trust and who not to. Management, does not no how to correct an associate when they do something wrong they say it in front of customers, and coworkers. Hardest part of the job is trying to do everything perfect. The most enjoyable part is the other associates they are in the same situation and we bond together well.
Receiving Manger (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 5, 2016
hard and productive days. I learned how to manage on the move. with management we all had different view on how to manage the store but always came to a command ground. my co workers were easy manage and work with. the hardest part not enough staffing at times. the most enjoyable was seeing everyone work together.
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 3, 2016
In any new career you're bound to learn a thing or two, but to me i learn the most i can. My goal is to absorb the most information i can and become the best i can, not only as an employee, but also as a person. This supports my future and my growth in society.
Cashier/Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Stockton, CA – July 20, 2016
Good people management is great. Work at quick pace. Employees are helpful. Schedules are flexible and managers will work with you. help customers all day. Find products using online order. Special orders.