Bi-Mart
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About the company

  • Founded
    1955
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $500M to $1B (USD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Eugene, OR
  • Link
    Bi-Mart website
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December 17, 2022

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Eugene, OR

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Benefits

Employees at Bi-Mart have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Vision insurance
Health insurance
Dental insurance
Paid time off
Retirement plan
Flexible spending account
Relocation assistance

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 363 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Cashier/Customer Service in Cheney, WA
on December 23, 2022
The job itself was super easy and relatively enjoyable. I often worked different positions in store throughout a shift so it made the day go quick. The customer base is a bit tiresome to interact with and will not hesitate to harass you or make inappropriate comments towards you.Unfortunately, the store is always understaffed and often ignores those who choose to neglect their job. So those who take on extra work and positions burn out quickly and are never acknowledged for having taken on additional workloads. They also expect the store to be your #1 priority. The store is located in a college town and often hires students but does not seem to like to work with them on scheduling and workloads. I saw many of these kids struggle with balance and were often put down by leadership for not being available and/or prioritizing their school work. The overall workplace really puts down their coworkers and is very individual centric. Older employees often put down younger employees with the guise they are "not performing to the same standard" while they themselves often neglect key aspects of their own positions. So a warning if you are looking for a team position this is probably not it.
Assistant Manager in The Dalles, OR
on December 17, 2022
What is the best part of working at the company?Amazing company! Great benefits and a family atmosphere 😊What is the most stressful part about working at the company?The customer clientele is a bit demanding at timesWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?Family oriented. Great people to work with. What is a typical day like for you at the company?I have a great time at working at Bimart. Haven’t had a bad day yet. The biggest struggle is finding good employees that are reliable and dependable.
Janitor in Sweet Home, OR
on December 12, 2022
I haven't seen a lot of reviews for this particular position, so I thought I'd give my impression of it!All in all this is a very enjoyable job, and I often look forward to seeing my coworkers and our customers that come in. Out of all the jobs I've had, I think this one was my favorite in terms of coworkers and our customer base. Most employees working here are older than 25, so you tend to work with confident and mature people. It's very refreshing compared to jobs that have a lot of high schoolers. There's virtually no gossip or drama between coworkers, which makes it a very mellow choice. Management is very approachable and kind, which makes them easy to talk to and rely on for help.This position is less of a strictly janitorial/cleaning position, and more of a jack-of-all trades position. In addition to cleaning, I've participated in customer service, maintenance, and the biggest surprise to me, cashiering. By nature I'm a very shy person, and scared to talk to strangers, which is why I pursued this position in the first place. Cashiering itself is simple, but unexpected errors tend to make me nervous and flustered, especially when handling money is involved. If there was one thing I wish I knew about the job going in, I would have liked to know cashiering occasionally (maybe once every other day for at least 10 minutes, but up to an hour on busy days) was one of the duties expected. I don't believe it was ever outlined in the application or during the interview when reviewing duties- but maybe if it was, I probably wouldn't have applied in the first place and missed out on what became one of my favorite jobs!Hours during the week are very regular, with shifts rarely changing schedule, and weekends always off. My days usually start with cleaning for 2-3 hours before we open, and then the remaining 1-2 hours I handle various tasks around the store (ranging from cashiering to processing can deposits to just helping coworkers in their departments). Cleaning is usually mundane- I'm often off-shift during the busiest hours of the day when big messes happen, but I'm thrilled on the occasion they do crop up since it gives me a nice, genuinely helpful task to focus on. I have a strong stomach for most things regarding the bathroom, which helps a lot! There's also a lot of room for creativity to problems, whether it's unclogging toilet jets (I poked them with zip ties), polishing scratched porcelain (Barkeeper's Friend is my friend also), or any other number of tasks around the store. Most tasks don't have any rigid protocol, so this is a great position for the creative thinker.The routine is simple enough that during my most tired days I still have clear goals, and it's a liberating enough position that on my better days I can find creative tasks to complete. It's a very active job where I'm on my feet a lot, and it wears down my shoes pretty quickly! I have to get a new pair every 6 months or so. This is great for me considering I sought out this job in the first place to supplement exercise and social interaction I was missing out on with my primary at-home desk job. During the holiday season I noticed I've been scheduled more full-time days, which I hope is temporary so I can catch up on work from my main job, haha. There's always plenty to do around the store though, and there's never any point I feel bored or directionless, even on full days!I feel as though I joined during a transitionary period for the store- the pharmacy (a big draw according to locals) had just been phased out, a lot of longtime employees moved on, and the leading management position shifted. I consider myself a pretty flexible person, so new policies and routines don't negatively impact my workflow, but some people may struggle with them. With the new routines it's hard to tell what will stick- as I currently write this the store feels understaffed at times, as many part-time workers like myself are scheduled several full-time days, which can be taxing as many of us have other jobs or commitments. Several customers have expressed interest in working at the store if positions are available, so I don't think it's due to a lack of interest. It is entirely speculation on my part, but I'd guess it has something to do with budgeting, as I'm sure it's expensive to hire a new candidate just for them to quit suddenly or fail to show up for their scheduled hours (both of which I've seen happen). I don't mind pulling a little extra weight when this happens, but I worry that myself and others may experience burnout if it keeps up for too long. I'd hate to see really fun coworkers leave because of the stress!Overall, the position will be what you make of it. If you're also seeking the janitorial position, it's a fantastic opportunity to get creative with ways to improve the store's appearance while making friends with coworkers and customers alike. I know I certainly have fun with it, and I hope to stay a while yet!
Associate Assistant Manager in Star, ID
on November 30, 2022
What is the best part of working at the company?The people What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Working with a bad managerWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?Mostly family likebWhat is a typical day like for you at the company?Go all the time … too by much work to little time
clerk in Corvallis, OR
on November 30, 2022
Coworkers are great people, but management is terrible. Management is more worried about satisfying corporate whims than actually implementing useful changes. For example: putting out Christmas freight when Halloween isn't even all out on the floor yet is ridiculous.

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