Production Associate (Former Employee) – Garland, TX – April 19, 2015
There was no communication in the workplace, no one informed anyone about anything when the working process was going downhill, I'd had been informed at the last minute that someone else was carrying my workload...
Most thrift store managers are not professional enough to communicate to employees about the working process...
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Garland, TX – January 28, 2013
Management was handled unprofessionally, and very poorly. There was no communication between us co-workers, whatsoever...the supervisors were extremely unprofessional, and incompetent in assigning tasks, and unfair in payroll.
Production Team Member (Former Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – May 22, 2012
My days at Thrift City were complex from unloading trucks, to pricing items, cashiering, etc.I learned how to be an effective team player. The store manager was very much involved with the day to day store operations. My co-workers were awesome and very easy to get along with. the hardest part of the job was unloading trucks. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with returning customers.
I did the Store Managers job, never had enough time to focus on my job responsibilities, My employees enjoyed working with me because there wasn't a high level of stress. What I enjoyed about my job is that my costumers would come in and look for me personally and to bring a smile to there face always made my day