DICK'S Sporting Goods Careers and Employment
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- CEOLauren Hobart
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$5B to $10B (USD)
- IndustryRetail & Wholesale
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If you like sports, fun place to work. You get to chat with people about sports often. Customers as well as employees. Sometimes it can get hectic balancing tasks with customer service. Probably better if you don't get stressed trying to multi-task.
Freight Flow Lead in Dulles Town Center, VA
on March 13, 2020
My coworkers definitely were the best part of working there, it was a pretty simple job but got pretty boring most days. Management definitely has room for improvement and was actually one of the main reasons I decided to leave. The company itself is a good company to work for and I believe they really do care about their employees. Sometimes they would give random bonuses and pay is good for a retail store.
Cashier/Customer Service in Hurst, TX
on June 14, 2021
This job is only okay if you aren’t a cashier. They expect way too much from the cashiers and when they do what they are told, they aren’t appreciated. If you don’t get a credit card or NSPP you get yelled at but when you do get them, you’re told you need to get more. They give you no hours at all and it’s just not worth it
Front End Cashier in Fairless Hills, PA
on June 13, 2021
Was a fine place to work just out of college as an easy part-time gig that turned practically full-time. A lot expected of you for not a good wage and no supportive management team. No room to move up and raises rarely happen
CUSTOMER SERVICE SPECIALIST in Saugus, MA
on June 12, 2021
Managers have walked out because of how poor the work environment is and I’m 90% sure that they break at least 6 labor laws every day. Don’t plan on them scheduling you the times that you agreed to because availability will be ignored even if it’s agreed upon.
Apparel Associate in Albuquerque, NM
on June 12, 2021
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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two
Do you have a pulse, then your hired.
Shared on March 29, 2020
They asked me about my skills and how I felt with working on a "team"
Shared on November 28, 2017
Hours of availability, how I would handle different customer problems, how I would handle conflicts with coworkers.
Shared on November 6, 2017
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