Store Management (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 8, 2018
Very competitive but fun environment, a lot of learning for management and advancement thru daily assignments and accomplishments including modules assignments. The company hired different cultures to manned the sales floor. Lack of trainings in some point, would be the only confusions that newly hired associate can encounter in carrying their assigned assignments. The fun environment and the awards/rewards is part of the enjoyable working experience and the many friends that was established during my tenure.
Rewards/Awards with monetary, Letters of Appreciations
Managements experiencing long hours and limited time off during Winter Holidays.
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 4, 2018
Management doesn't really have everything together. They send you to different positions when there's no work in your area. They keep calling and send you back and forth. Hardest part id say is lifting heavy items. That's about it but co-workers can help if they're willing to. I'm tiny so anyone can do it. Most enjoyable are the last few minutes until you get to go home. Its really loud in some areas. Buzzers always going off. Conveyers always stopping. Boxes that you need are never there and it takes weeks till they finally get them. Printers always jamming.
MHE Operator and Trainer (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 31, 2018
Managers would have favoritism, unfair treatment of workers, underpaid,no opportunities to grow, system was a mess, untrained managers. Workers had to figure out how to fix problems because managers were not well trained.
Supervisor Assistant (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 23, 2018
Some days are pretty good The Manages a fair sometimes funny The workplace is a good place is safe The hardest part of the job is to finish the task and complete the work the end of the day When we have the meeting in the morning to manages make it fun
Shipper/Packer (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 9, 2018
Most days where normally non stop . i would load the trailers with packages for 7hours a day. every once in a while there would be some down time but for the most part it would be extremely busy. overall i think it was an ok job .
Shipping and Receiving (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 6, 2018
A typical work day at Bed Bath and Beyond, in the shipping & receiving area, was a full 8 hours of fast paced work. I learned how to operate the Bed Bath and Beyond Oracle system, hand held scanners, operations of the company, and completing task on time. Management at Bed Bath and Beyond was always helpful and knowledgeable. Workplace culture was a wide range of personalities and people from different backgrounds. The hardest part of the job was always being under a time crunch, especially during the holidays. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the great employees at Bed bath and Beyond.
Picker/Wrapper (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 22, 2017
Job duties were easy. Really did't lean much from this place, most all of it is repetitive. No brain stimulation what so ever. This is a great place to work of you are really not looking forward to move up. Management was okay. Hard part of the job was lifting too many heavy things.