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Providing for Members
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee), Norwalk CTSeptember 28, 2014
Taking care of the members ,and making sure that the Costco Experience is always the Best.Putting members in the right place so they can make the best purchase.
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Productive and fun work days
Night Merchant (Current Employee), Glen Mills, PASeptember 28, 2014
Pros: company lunches and givaways
Cons: no set schedule
During store hours I am responsible for, giving all team members in my department a section in the store to maintain, making sure that the store has an organized and shop ready appearance, assure that an adequate inventory of products are maintained, and provide superb customer service to all Costco members. After store hours I develop a list of all – more... items that need to be stocked in my department for the next day. I then work with my team in stocking and organizing the department to insure that all nightly procedures are completed. Great company just not where I want to make my career. – less
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Fun Job for College Student
Optician (Former Employee), Sacramento, CASeptember 26, 2014
Pros: working at costco
Cons: working at costco
Worked here in college, flexible schedule, great pay for part timers and great place to put some years in.
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Good place to work with great pay
Floor Merchandiser (Current Employee), Vacaville, CASeptember 24, 2014
Its a retail job that offers great pay, great benefits, and a lot of ways to move up in the company.
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Fun, trustworthy, and always on time
Project Coordinator/ Environment Lead (Current Employee), Issaquah, waSeptember 24, 2014
Fun people to work with. great work ethics and great atmosphere.
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Hard work
Stocking & Merchandising (Former Employee), Tacoma, WASeptember 23, 2014
I enjoyed the actual work, with co-workers stocking shelves could definitely be fun and rewarding but the bosses didn't seem well versed in management techniques and were not fun to work for.
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All round excellent workplace
Customer service assistant (Former Employee), Chula Vista, CASeptember 22, 2014
Assist members, bag groceries, cashiering, stocking, and cart recovery
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great place to work
Front end assistant (Former Employee), Arlington, TxSeptember 22, 2014
i worked varying shifts any where from opening to closing. I helped the cashiers, i pushed carts, made sure all the customers could find what they needed, made sure the store was ready to be restocked at night.
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Productive and fun place to work
Loss Prevention Specialist/Front End Assistant (Former Employee), Tracy, CASeptember 19, 2014
Can hard work but worthwhile.
A great deal of opportunity
Vert Fast paced
Management is very helpful
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Great place to work with a great environment to work in
Front End (Former Employee), WoodinvilleSeptember 16, 2014
Work is a lot of the same working at the front end. There are a variety of things that you can be doing at any given time. You will most likely be loading and unloading carts while talking to the customer and making sure that they have everything. If they forgot something or they need something it is my responsible for fetching the item and bringing – more... it back for the customer. You can also be grabbing boxes from different areas in the store to bring back to the front in case a customer wants one to carry their groceries in. Some days you will be put on cart duty which means that you will be returning carts from the different cart return areas around the lot. Co-workers are friendly and overall you are just working with them. On breaks you have time to talk, but you are generally paying attention to the customer and what they need because it is a very fast paced environment. The hardest part of the job is dealing with difficult customers, who either don't like something you are doing or are just having a bad day and tend to have a bad attitude with it. But that is a minor detail. It really isn't a "hard" part to that job. The most enjoyable part of that job is being able to see satisfied customers and being able to help people as often as I can. – less
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compensation
Stocker (Former Employee), Colchester, VTSeptember 16, 2014
Costco paid very well. the insentives were amazing. an example of these iinsentives was bonuses in our pay.
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Productive leadership with fun work environment
Safety Coordinator (Current Employee), Rockwall, TxSeptember 15, 2014
Pros: benefits and pay
Cons: lack of upward movement in our building
Constant learning of new departments. Our managers all know us by name and that means a lot because it makes us feel important.
My co-workers are very diverse and I appreciate that because it gives us the opportunity to learn new things and how others think.
The hardest part of the job is the lack of training in a new department; sometimes they make – more... you feel as if they do not have time to train you properly.
The most enjoyable part of the job is how much the managers trust you to work on your own and to get the job done. I love being able to take breaks when I want/need to. – less
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Nice job atmosphere
Stocker/Forklift Operator (Current Employee), Glenn mill., paSeptember 11, 2014
Pros: good benefits, sunday premium
Cons: starts out part time
Nice place to work. stock merchandise' Friendly environment, management eager to teach new employees.
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Competitive. Fast Paced.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee), New JerseySeptember 11, 2014
Pros: free membership
Pays well and requires you to work well. I had an excellent experience with this company. They take sincere care of their employees. Great team dynamic and lots of critical thinking.
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I learned how to be prepared for all types of challenges within the retail world.
Front End Cashier / Associate (Current Employee), Waldorf, MDSeptember 10, 2014
Pros: breaks, memberships for me and family free
Cons: short lunch
I always come to work prepared dressed and allowing myself 20 minutes before any shift to rep are for updates or instructions. I dress professional and always smile. I learned that to never take a consumer that is having a bad to personal. I learned to listen and a offer ways to resolve the problem for the consumer keeping in mind I too am them when – more... I am in the retail world. The hardest part for me is I'm overly helpful and I constantly evaluate my work for perfection and quality. I love meeting people from different backgrounds and experiencing their shopping quest as I get to see different foods and how their cultures live. – less
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productive fast paced work experience
Was laid off as seasonal employee (Former Employee), Saint Charles, ILSeptember 10, 2014
Pros: people and customers, dinners provided
Cons: short breaks
always had a smile on my face everyone was awesome to work with as a team.
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good nice environment.
Front End Assistant (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UTSeptember 9, 2014
Pros: self monitored work.
Cons: very strict clock in and punishments and write up if you were to be lat more than 3 minutes
Lots of energized employees. good fast paced. not too many poloitics would find their way to me.
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just keep your head down and do your job
merchandiser (Former Employee), Fremont, CASeptember 8, 2014
Pros: working with the sechedule
Cons: short lunches, not being able to take breaks, asking for unrealfinish times
walk in building and print out count sheets and truck loads that are coming in. walk the department to see whats sold and what need to be dropped or moved. walk building to find product and drop it. stock and build products and get ready for opening.
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great place to work
Front End/ Food Court Supervisor (Former Employee), Vallejo, CASeptember 8, 2014
Pros: benefits
for what it entails, the company as a whole is great, stock options, full benefits etc as a part time worker.

hardest thing to do is dealing with customers who try to work the system. unless you know what their intentions are they are easy to work with.
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A great place to work, wonderful benefit packages
Assistant Pastry Chef (Current Employee), Nanuet, NYSeptember 7, 2014
Pros: benefits
Cons: short breaks
A typical workday consist of getting the items prepared for the customers, and always remember that they come first and keep an eye out for the products because we have to stay stock. I learned a lot about how to run a business and the challenges of running a business. The job isn't that really hard when you know what you're doing and you do it in a – more... timely manner. – less

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