Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Bullhead City, AZ – May 16, 2017
In the beginning it was great. Then I learned the favoritism that went on within the coworkers and management. When I had room for advancement it was not given. I was forced into a department I did not like, and when we lost the department supervisor, I was not given the position even though I had already been doing her responsibilities. Instead the manager gave the job to a current shift lead who I had to train as supervisor. Not fun when you have to train your own supervisor.
Operational Supervisor (Former Employee) – Manteca, CA – May 16, 2017
Manager does nothing but sit in the office and write write ups all day. Yells at everybody for the mistakes that she had made cuz it's what she wants us to do we do it exactly the way she wants the next day she comes in and tells us we did it all wrong and that she didn't tell us to do it that way a very stressful environment . There's at least one employee that cries everyday complaining about how she being treated by management
GENERAL MANAGER (Current Employee) – North Kingstown, RI – May 16, 2017
11 years the company and it gets worse and worse every year. "Protime"..... unlikely.. "Make more happen with Less" is more fitting.
The company has is constently throwig processes against the wall to make something work. They dive into programs without properly testing. There is less freedom then every as a GM. You must go with the corporate flow or you are in big trouble
Cashier / Easy Technician (Former Employee) – Gilroy, CA – May 15, 2017
This job was a perfect job for me to get started. However there was not a whole lot of room to move up. One thing that I liked was that I was able to learn new computer skills that I did not know before and it was my first real job that was able to let me branch off and sell extras.
Fast pace recruiting environment with excellent recruiting sources and applications for sourcing candidates, I recruiters dream! High volume recruiting in a casual environment and a teaming work culture.
Excellent benefits and career growth for all candidates which is your best marketing tool as a recruiter. The hiring managers are always willing to share information on their sites and open positions.
Assigned to multiple requsitions that are diversified in location and position type.
Staples fosters a teaming environment and has excellent internal growth opportunities. The training programs and excellent and the company strives on a healthy and safe work place.
Diversity of assigned positions and available recruiting tools
Every single day was a good day at work. Management is very professional and they know how to work around school schedules. I loved working with my coworkers because they're cooperative and very nice people.
Copy and Print Associate (Former Employee) – West Orange, NJ – May 15, 2017
very busy and fast pace. its easy to learn i learned a lot about copy and print and working throughout the store. to work at staples you have to be willing to learn because there is alot of stuff you have to pay attention to detail to.
Easy Tech Associate (Current Employee) – North Carolina – May 15, 2017
it's a job, no more no less. Not so great company culture, great lack of advancement opportunities. Also, liquid armour is a scam, and you shouldn't force your employees to push this snake oil on your customers.
I really enjoyed the opportunity that I had working for Staples Warehouse. It was different for me because I've worked fast Food for over 18 yrs. It was easy work just not enough pay for the hrs you have to put in. I would go back to work for that company. What I hated the most was we didn't have central AC just fans and you would get hot in the warehouse it was miserable.
COPY CENTER ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – Guntersville, AL – May 14, 2017
staples is a great company to work for, the management team really cares, and it has a great atomosphere. theres not much room for advancement, and it is only part time, those are the only cons to working for this company.