BJ's Wholesale Club Employee Review

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Poorly ran
Maintenance (Current Employee) –  Clay, NYJune 7, 2019
As a whole the company is poorly ran, management does not solve problems when they are reported to them, some managers make it seem like your the problem when you try to go to them about issues, all around a poor work environment
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getting trained for bakery was the funnest experience for me. i enjoy fridays because they feed us every friday so i look forward to those days.
cart retriever/gas station (Current Employee) –  Avon, OHJuly 17, 2019
I learned how to bake at the bakery in which I thought was a pretty cool experience to do. There was really nothing too challenging at my current job. I enjoy Fridays there because we are fed free food every Friday.
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Quick pace workplace
Cashier (Former Employee) –  Sarasota, FLJuly 17, 2019
A typical day at work normally consisted of two cashiers manning the front lines during the afternoon to the graveyard shift. A collaborative environment for social people. Great managment
Pros
free snacks, raises
Cons
inconsistent hours
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