Questions and Answers about Gander Mountain

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Can only speak for the culture at our location which was always fun and positive.

Answered - Department Supervisor (Former Employee) - Geneva, IL

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Pretty basic environment, wasnt any issues with discrimination or things of that nature, but just not much to brag about

Answered - Merchandiser / Maintenance (Former Employee) - Knoxville, TN

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It is very laid back and relaxed. Your coworkers become your friends and family. Absolutely amazing.

Answered - Firearms Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Thornton, CO

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Most people are very friendly and laid back, easy to joke around with.

Answered - Lead Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Saint Augustine, FL

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Poor. They have hired executives and corporate people from failing companies (Circuit City)

Answered - Hardlines Manager (Former Employee) - Geneva, IL

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The company is sick. Unhealthy atmosphere driven by President and COO. People are not valued, constantly firing and replacing at all levels. Stay away.

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Good people

Answered - Sales/Maintenance (Current Employee) - Dothan, AL

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Terrible. Good ol boy structure.

Answered - Operations Specialist/sales associate (Former Employee) - Palm Beach Gardens, FL

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It is very accepting of all works of life, yet customers are very diverse against women,

Answered - Apparel Member, Truck Team, and Shrink Leader (Current Employee) - Huntsville, AL

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It's all about sales, credit cards, and summit protection plans. You have to be good at pushing these things on customers to keep your job. Oftentimes the atmosphere of the store is miserable and as you as you get to work you'll start to feel that same way.

Answered - Zone Supervisor (Former Employee) - PA

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