great co-worker. like alot of great products. fun games to keep moral up. when you are short hand and it the busy day its could be a great or the worst day, but when you leave for the day and your tired but you feel good.
At Crate and Barrel I was a merchandising associate which included tasks such as managing inventory, processing online orders for shipment and setting up displays for the floor and windows of the store.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Boylston, MA – August 11, 2016
I have worked at Crate&Barrel on Boylston St. for almost 2 years now, and I can say that it is a pleasure being part of the sales team. Everyone is positive and friendly, and the management is very supportive, from going over training to helping out with an issue. I have gained a vast knowledge of core selling skills from both the daily huddles, to more informative meetings. I would say the only hard part would be during the holiday season when the store is the most busiest, however every team member supports each other either by helping wrap while the other is ringing, and taking the time to help with difficult situations.
Material handler equipment operator (Current Employee) – Tracy, CA – August 10, 2016
I started work here as a temp ,it was pretty easy real good job, I started on 1st shift 7:00-3:30 pretty good hours later moved to second shift where I was promised I would get hired right away didn't happen, I was hired 4 months later had already been there 6 mo, second shift hours are 3:30 -12:00 , mangement is bad , no training and they expect you to work yourself with no training at all, no one helps out bad place to work, ok to get started but not long term, wouldn't recommend it, especially second shift management is no good and They don't know what thier doing they expect to much!
Inventory Specialist, WIS International (Former Employee) – Tracy, CA – August 9, 2016
Lack of management, Unsafe work procedures, Inadequate work environment.
Typical day was using RF scanner to inventory all products being prepared to be loaded onto trucks, comparing products on the floor to the truck manifest, using computer systems to locate missing items.
The facility was not kept up to sanitary codes, dust and particles in the air were always making employees ill, OHSA had been called repeatedly. They had no consideration for employees well being and would make almost no expectations for illness.
Management was still trying to implement a working and efficient operating system, and kept changing the methods used almost daily.
My favorite part of the job was the satisfaction of finishing my work in a timely manner and be able to work independently to make each truck load easier for the other employees to load. As well as the opportunity to stand in as a managerial position on multiple occasions when every floor supervisor in the building would be called to mandatory meetings.
friendly co workers
Management, low safety standards, lack of training, sanitation
If you have ever wanted to work in a beautiful, clean, and comfortable setting among hard workers who also happen to be amazing people, Crate & Barrel SouthPark is the place for you :) I am grateful for the opportunity to work at this #1 store!
Fun environment not too many advancement opportunities and seasonal positions.
Package Handler (Former Employee) – Tracy, CA – June 30, 2016
would be better if it was full time employment, management was awesome and work was easy to understand. The hours were good many shifts available. The only bad thing is that it was only temporary work.
Department Lead/Night Manager (Current Employee) – Annapolis, MD – June 22, 2016
Crate and Barrel is a wonderful company that started with a loving couple who wanted to share diverse art works with America. It's a really smart company. Customer Service standards within this company are so satisfying because it allows you to respect the customers that you interact with directly. Every team member within the company that I've met has been so polite, creative, talented and smart!!
I've learned so much within my role as the Department Manager at this savvy, chic corporation.
Highly Creative, Room for Growth and Exploration/Discovery of true talent
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Cranbury, NJ – June 20, 2016
I was Temp for the company in the Break Pack position. They treated me like family. All Temps had a chance to go to the meetings, they had some awesome activity every month and some delicious food every 2 months. I enjoyed working for them, the pay was decent. They never treat Temps and Perms different like most companies I worked for, I miss CB.
Most of the Managers are very cool, they treat Temps like Perm employees
Merchandising Associate (Current Employee) – West Hartford, CT – June 12, 2016
The Company Crate and Barrel is a very close company, it promotes a culture of cooperation between its associates whether it be in merchandising or sales. The managers are accessible and easy to talk to about concerns or problems that may arise. Though I have learned many skills such as customer service as well as how to fulfill orders, how to unload a truck and break down a pallet and stock shelves and to pull orders.
I really liked working here. Although I was hired on as seasonal, and when I was let go, they told me that my "season was up", I knew I was being let go because I was, at the time, too slow in my work. I'm sure that if I went back there, I would be more than satisfactory in my work speed.
good overall experience really but the management is kinda iffy. I loved working here but it boring repetitive work. The people tho are overall good but again there's some rotten eggs... but that the case i all jobs really.
Productive and friendly environment - team work environment
Furniture Coordinator (Current Employee) – Naperville, IL – May 31, 2016
I appreciate my current position, the management and my fellow coworkers. I feel secure in the job that I have. At this time however, the location and travel to and from work is just too far. I am ready to work closer to home for myself and my family. I am prepared to take a slight pay cut.
Loader/Unloader (Former Employee) – Tracy, CA – May 12, 2016
I only worked at Crate and Barrel for about a month because it was at the end of the Christmas season. I learned a little bit about the company, I wish I could have worked there longer to really make a difference.
Merchandising Associate (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – May 10, 2016
I am sure that the company as a whole is great but the king of prussia location is the complete opposite. Management is very unprofessional, shows evident favoritism, and makes the workplace very tense and uneasy.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – May 5, 2016
Of the few non-medical fields of jobs I have worked for, Crate & Barrel was by far the best company I worked for. Atmosphere was upbeat, positive, friendly, and relaxed with the right amount of guidelines. Constructive Criticism is important and the managers were excellent with giving the right amount of information and adding lots of positive feedback. The location I worked for had great incentives. For hark work, most noticeable, and ambitious employees they would make the "star" awards (quarterly based I believe) and often received a gift cards. They often did BINGO sale games with a reward for those that achieved BINGO. For the holidays, they often did fun games too. For easter they hid eggs that we could only find by cleaning and straightening (aka doing what we're suppose to be doing).
Crate & Barrel was a good company to work for they have a lot of growth within the company with fair benefits, work hours, and a good work environment
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Tracy, CA – April 25, 2016
I enjoyed my work experience with Crate & Barrel. They offered fair pay, a safe working environment, advancement within the company, and extensive training. Overall Crate & Barrel is a good company to work for.
Productive workplace and very luxurious environments
Back of the house crew member (Former Employee) – Houston, TX 77027 – April 22, 2016
A typical day at work for me would be working in the stock room labeling items, packaging items, putting items on the show floor. I learned you must take pride in every item you work with because some of those items can be very fragile. The management was exceptionally well. My co-workers always had a smile on their face. The hardest part of the job was climbing on tall ladders and having to bring big heavy boxes down. The most enjoyable part of the job was that seeing those luxurious items made me work hard in school.