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Personally, I get very good hours. I'm a cashier and I work between 25-30 hours a week, but you have to keep constantly mov, always stay positive and friendly, and do above and beyond. Make yourself valued and they will want you in there

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Real pay raises not of that 23 cents a year stuff and also better employee discount

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Update the appearance of your storefronts, recreate the product offering that will compete and introduce home improvement products before it's too late.

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If you you are lucky...and start at higher than minimum wage...you might last a month or two.

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A very good experiance

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Brought in and asked usual questions.

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Weekly pay

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I started out at $7.50/hour in 2014, it is 2017 and I am only making $8.00. There used to be raises in the spring of each year during progress review time that were like 10-15 cents raise per hour. But this year, in 2017, they were cut and no one got raises. I'm not sure which position you are thinking of applying for, but as a gm salesfloor employee, we work our tails off and do not get paid nearly enough. They also raised the starting wage to around $8 within the past year, so some of us that have been there for years, are making the same, or less than new employees, which is extremely unfair.

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Shopko's drug test policy is optional. If the hiring manager wants you to take one they can but it is not a requirement.

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I left because the store I was at only promoted females to management positions. I had 7 years management experience at a fortune 500 company and was passed over in favor of a woman that had zero experience and was a former bartender.

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