Pros: encouragement, constructive criticism, and career growth opportunities
Cons: lower compensation than living wage
A typical day at Babies R Us is about doing the best in your position and sometimes helping other departments. I learned a lot about the merchandise, and different approaches to help me do my job more and more efficiently. All of the management really seemed to want all of us to be successful at our jobs and to be in the best fit position for you. I could tell by all the constructive criticism and all the willingness for the managers to help you find the right department for you by moving you with your permission. My co-workers mostly worked hard, were dependable, and easy to get along with. The hardest part of the job was not getting paid enough for it to be considered a living wage. The most enjoyable part of the job was the flexibility in job titles so I could find out which positions were best for me and Babies R Us, becoming a more and more essential part of the Babies R Us team, and all the encouragement and constructive criticism from all managers.