Assistant General Merchandise Manager (Former Employee) – Springdale, AR – February 14, 2018
This is a good place to work if you're in school and need something part time to earn a little money, but not a great long-term job. Opportunities for advancement are limited and inconsistent. Management changed three times in my two years, and only seemed to get worse. However, the people that work at Harps are friendly and will make you feel right at home.
Hour lunch break and two 15 minute breaks, overtime available
Lead Baker (Current Employee) – Van Buren, AR – January 23, 2018
I love the people I work with and my managers are pretty great. Unfortunately there is not a great opportunity of advancing at my job. Ive been here for four years and am ready to go somewhere where I have a better chance at moving up and becoming more.
Cash savers (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – January 5, 2018
It's an easy job your always on your rest. Mostly at the register,facing aisle or putting item's back on the aisle. You'll clean the bathrooms at least two times a week or sometimes more same with taking out trash.
Deli Clerk (Current Employee) – Piney, AR – December 14, 2017
And make less than a new cashier that gets a job. Not happy here, I'm a mom and need more than 20 hours a week at 8.80 per hour.. My Manger when I was a cashier, was easy to deal with. I've worked in 4 different departments, General Merchandise was the best.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Bentonville, AR – December 4, 2017
Loved my job at harps it was a great place to work I provided excellent customer service to our guest at a professional and timely manor. I was paid 12 dollars an hour and worked 40 plus a Hours a week I am only leaving to move on to bigger and better things.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Seligman, MO – November 30, 2017
There was never consistent hours on the schedule, they were always different every week which meant different pay checks every two weeks that you got paid. There was no room for advancement, management seemed like she didnt know what she was doing at the time.
Produce Manager (Former Employee) – Westville, OK – November 9, 2017
I started working at Harp's when I was 16 years old. It taught me responsibility and gave me a career. I was able to move up from cashier to scanning coordinator into management. Pay was good when I was 16, but soon became low for an adult with a family.