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The morale is very low here. Everyone seems miserable or angry all the time. Besides that its a very stressful place to work; managers do not seem to care about their employees. Everything they do is for their benefit or the benefit of the company. Breaks are short, work load is very heavy and compensation is so low for the amount of work you do. There is constant pressure on you to get things done and not everyone works together. Most times it’s a few hard working people picking up the slack of all the other lazy employees. The store also smells and looks terrible. There’s always things on the floor, employees walk right past the things and don’t care or are just to fed up to keep picking things up over and over again. It’s just overall a horrible place to work.

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Iam happying part time job and Holidays

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I filled out an application and then called right away to see if they were still hiring seasonal. They set up a interview the next day and I was hired about 5 minutes into the interview and immediately trained on the computer. Easiest interview ever. Questions was like..."Tell me about yourself".."Have you ever worked in retail?"....."Can you work any hours/days for our seasonal needs?"

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I think the managers should take a few hours each week during different shifts and actually observe their employees. I know the managers have a lot on their plate but if they can walk around and see a the hard work for little pay...maybe call a meeting and point out the things they observed...the positive! Saying things like "thank you for all your hard work" or "great job with the idea of moving the merchandise" A little positivity and respect shown goes a long way!

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The best thing i ever did i dont ever want to walk in a Burlington again worst mistake i ever did,when yor supervisors are leaving thats a problem,management was the worst ive ever seen,we could not talk to each other,eat with each other it was like a prison

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I've been a cashier for 2 1/2 years @ $12.00 an hour now.

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Part timers have to request a vacation day which is not paid, and you still may not get it. So keep that in mind.

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Not since I've been there. 2 1/2 years!

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It depended on what area I was in. If I was on the floor the whole shift cleaning up after people it went by really slow. Working the register usually went by faster.

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