Bass Pro Shops Careers and Employment
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- CEOJohnny Morris
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$1B to $5B (USD)
- IndustryRetail & Wholesale
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The pace is great and there is always something to do. The floors can kill your feet and hips, but they give you plenty of breaks. It is fun to talk the outdoors and work around them all day.
Sales Outfitter in East Peoria, IL
on June 16, 2021
Working with Bass Pro has been a terrible experience. The managers and leads only care about one thing, Club Cards or the BPS credit card. They dictate your hours based on the club cards you get, the more you get the better hours you get. They cut your hours if you dont meet their demands and ask EVERY customer, to the point they get upset and leave. Also you can work yourself to death trying to get a promotion and they will smile and while you interview they will hire someone else and pay them less than you. and if they make more than you they will only work half the hours. in short Bass Pro Shops has been a terrible company to work for.
Greeter / Cashier / footware in Garland, TX
on June 24, 2021
Management terrible with support of employees they show favor to certain employees high turn over and terrible with customer service. They turned away customers with reciepts. No growth no raises not a good company to work for.
Cashier in Tacoma, WA
on June 21, 2021
You will be forced to work terrible schedules for non-competitive pay. You will be forced to sell bass pro’s credit cards and have your job dangled over your head if you fail to do so. Advancement is 100% favoritism and even then they will reliably hire outside rather than advancing those few who put up with such a toxic workplace. The culture is generally nice, and you can say whatever you want without persecution, but the workplace itself is awful.
Firearms Outfitter in Springfield, MO
on June 17, 2021
When I first started working here, things were cool and the place was pretty nice. My workload wasn’t too bad and my supervisor was understanding that I can only do as much as I can. However for some reason, the longer I worked there, I noticed employees were gossiping and apparently some took other’s credit card referrals. There seemed to be a toxic aura around the place even if the job itself wasn’t bad, hard to describe. Also, I strongly disliked pushing the credit cards to customers because no one wants to be stopped during their shopping to sign for a credit card. That’s the main thing I hate about working there: they put you on the spotlight for not getting a credit card even if you tried. Besides that, Managers and my supervisor were cool for the most part. I wished the pay was higher: I asked for $2 above minimum wage but I got stuck with minimum wage lol but my pay got increased to a $1 extra later on. The discounts were pretty sweet as you can get up to 45% off for food at the restaurant and some store items.
Store Associate in Bridgeport, CT
on June 14, 2021
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