CASHIER / CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Wallingford, CT – July 20, 2018
Typical day started with me at the cash registers and closing with cleaning the cart carousels. I learned how to assess and address the needs of customers working here. Management were a group of sweet people, they cared for their employees more than I've seen.
Tire Technician (Former Employee) – Northborough, MA – July 17, 2018
Worked in the tire center for almost a year. The job can be stressful but the days go by fast. Sometimes hard to get management to work for you. Its fun to be able to drive all different makes and models of cars, but working on the same Hondas and Toyotas over and over again can get a little boring. Would recommend the job to someone trying to get their foot in the door automotive wise.
Cashier/Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) – Township of Deptford, NJ – July 17, 2018
If you are in your late teens-early twenties, I'd highly consider looking into BJ's. Their pay is fare and Sundays and Holidays are time and a half. I've had my ups and downs like everyone else, but I would recommend it to anyone just starting the job field.
Associate (Former Employee) – Voorhees, NJ – July 17, 2018
This job is a faced paced one with very little down time on the weekends, but it is much more relaxed on the weed days. People looking for good pay and have previously worked retail, this is a job for you!
Loss Prevention Associate (Current Employee) – Williamsville, NY – July 16, 2018
A typical day at work consists of making sure all purchased items are paid for if my title is loss prevention that that. Working at BJ's I've learned it is essential to have good people skills. The management is very friendly towards me as well as other coworkers.
would like to have more opportunities to learn other departments
Baker (Former Employee) – Fairfield, CT – July 14, 2018
The store management and customers were great to work with. I met my goals every month with creative techniques and was well awarded for my efforts. It was fun while I was employed there. I moved to an area that didn't have a store within 50 miles
Cashier, Customer Service and Frontline Assistant (Current Employee) – Deer Park, NY – July 13, 2018
Its great for those who like to work in a fast paced environment. Sometimes it can be stressful dealing with certain type of people. The only thing is that they don't pay very well and minimum wage is about to catch up to me and I have been there for 3 years.
Deli Clerk/Meat Clerk (Current Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – July 13, 2018
This is a great place to work part-time, A typical day consist of slicing deli meat and cheeses for members, I also work in the meat department where I stock coolers with various meats,soups,cheeses,seafood, and breakfast meats, labeling fresh meats.
Everyone who works here gets along great. You also get 3 breaks if u work more than 6 hrs. You would get 2 15's and a 30 min lunch. The 30 is the only break u clock out for. They also give u free food upstairs for your lunch break.
Free lunch, nice employees, free membership, good breaks
Member Services (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – July 12, 2018
if you wanted advancement you need to kiss up but also show you deserved it. meeting quotas isnt to hard if you know how to talk to people.the staff were mostly friendly. most people were employed 6 months or longer.
Ticket/Stock Clerk (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 11, 2018
Everyone worked together in store 204. The managers are really outstanding individuals. But when it comes down to business they mean business. The managers gave a fair schedule and enough time for break.