About Big Lots
Big Lots: North America’s Extreme Value Leader
With clean, bright stores and well-stocked departments, Big Lots has transformed the extreme value shopping experience. Since opening our first closeout store in 1982, Big Lots has offered brand-name merchandise priced 20 to 40 percent below most discount retailers and up to 70 percent below traditional – more... retailers. Customers love our unique products and once-in-a-lifetime deals. We also carry brand-name foods, home furnishings, attractive, affordable furniture, seasonal merchandise, and hundreds of everyday items consumers want and need.
Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Big Lots (NYSE: BIG) operates more than 1,500 Big Lots stores in 48 states and over 80 Liquidation World and LW stores in Canada. Through excellent relationships with manufacturers, high-volume purchases, and strict expense control, we pass tremendous savings on to our customers. – less
Big Lots Employer Reviews
Cashier/Recovery Person (Current Employee), Wilmington, OH – January 8, 2014
Furniture Associate (Former Employee), Johnstown, PA – May 14, 2014
Sales Manager (Former Employee), huntington,wv – July 23, 2014
Part Time Cashier/Recovery (Former Employee), Forest Park, OH – July 23, 2014
STOCKPERSON (Former Employee), Ontario, CA – July 22, 2014
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