Cashier (Former Employee) – North Las Vegas, NV – January 21, 2019
Low pay , pay toll cut, poor managment very unfair, low pay for what you have to deal with , pays are all unfair some get 9$ some 9.50 some 8.25 and all do the same things. A lot of gossiping and judgmental people. They don’t praise you for your good work and I was getting four hours once a week once seasonal was over. None of the employees felt happy. The assistant managers are very biased
Cashier (Current Employee) – Springfield, MO – January 20, 2019
Love my fellow team members. The manager is willing to work with your schedule. The hours available are very inconsistent. Great team players, everyone works well together. Most all shifts are available.
CASHIER|BURLINGTON COAT FACTORY|VA (Former Employee) – Virginia – January 19, 2019
Only thing I didn't like was it's minimum wage. Everything else about the job was great. The training is good. They will call you back asap if they are interested. The environment was great to work in. If you don't like working weekends then this isn't the place for you.
Face paced and fun enviorment, great discounts
Pay is only minimun wage. Not enough hours, you HAVE to work weekends
Receiving Associate (Former Employee) – Amherst, NY – January 17, 2019
So working here was probably the worst decision of my life. I wish I would’ve never stuck around for as long as I did. I’ve never in all my life worked in a place where everyone was so unhappy, mean and malicious. This place will send you to your freaking grave. The amount of work you are forced to do is not worth the measly amount of money. Managers and supervisors are incompetent and unprofessional. They lack understanding and have no regard for their customers or employees. Besides the poor working conditions, the place is a mess and quite frankly an utter embarrassment. I feel like working here brought down my worth and value as a human being. I was actually embarrassed to tell people I work at this location. The sad thing is there’s no excuse for the condition of the place. I’ve been to other Burlington’s and they are clean and more professional by a mile. The truth is that they honestly do not care about their staff or the customers. Please do not waste your time with this place. I wouldn’t wish these kind of conditions on my worst enemy.
Toxic environment, too much gossip, Over worked, underpaid, stressful, exhausting, humiliating to work here, little is done to resolve issues, poor management
Recieving Associate (Former Employee) – Amherst, NY – January 17, 2019
I’d give this no stars if it was an option. This store is disgusting! The staff and management are unprofessional they do not care about their customers or employees. The bathrooms are always out of order there’s been times that the toilet water from the bathrooms seeps through the floors to the men’s section. You can literally smell the bad sewage when you walk in there. There’s pieces of the ceiling falling in the women’s section. Overall the building is disgusting. Lines are always super long. They are severely understaffed. Working here is embarrassing I wouldn’t recommend this job to anyone. The management all talk and gossip about each other and can’t work as a team. Receiving department is especially terrible. If the supervisor doesn’t like you you don’t get hours. They purposely make your life a nightmare to make you leave. Don’t waste your time with us place.
Short breaks, terrible communication with management
Excellent work to work. Very friendly and cooperative
receiving Assocaite, Floor Associate, Markdowns. (Former Employee) – Rockford, IL – January 17, 2019
Excellent management, friends and coworker. Loved my job. Very good experience. I would highly recommended. I learned how to work with different people. We help each other. the enviroment is excellent.
My ex manager sucked and was the type to use to rule book to his advantage. Burlington could be a good if they pay more attention to the customer feedback and associates feedback try to collaborate the two for solutions
I spent my time over the holidays (Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas Eve, New Years) at Burlington. The store is HUGE and you have to walk your entire shift around the store picking up clothes off the floor, organizing merchandise (OVER AND OVER AGAIN), cleaning up the dressing room, ringing people up on the register, walking to the back of the store to get a layaway and running it to the front, getting talked down to by managers, getting asked every hour if you have a walkie-talkie, getting asked if you're ignoring managers because they don't know how to speak properly into a walkie-talkie, getting attitude from co-workers that aren't in charge, etc. I only took this job because it was seasonal and I NEEDED something to pay my bills. Little did I know that $9 an hour doesn't really add up. This job was not worth my time and if you have bills to pay, it probably isn't worth your's either. Do yourself a favor and take my advice to NOT work for this company until they can pay their employees at least $12 an hour. Seeing as they made around $85,000 in one day (that I know of) I really don't see why they can't. Rant over.