Questions and Answers about Goodwill Industries

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Goodwill Industries.

Ask or search question

Don't see your question? Post it publicly! Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines
The best questions are directly relevant to Goodwill Industries.
  • What is the work environment and culture like?
  • How are the working hours?
  • What are some tips for doing well in the interview?

512 questions

Unprofessional

Answered

See 88 answers
Report question

They do randoms after your first employment one.

Answered

See 65 answers
Report question

Goodwill on North Georgia does not hire felons..Good company to work for.

Answered

See 55 answers
Report question

Very passive aggressive. Managers like to act like teenagers and not confront employees about an issue or when an employee is screwing around. Like to play favorites and barely listen to any feedback or critism they receive whether it be from an employee or customer.

Answered

See 32 answers
Report question

Full of known Child molesters

Answered

See 26 answers
Report question

I was called the next day after turning in application for an interview. Then got hired a week after interview and started working.

Answered

See 26 answers
Report question

Make sure there is job equality. If two people have the same job title make sure that they are both doing the same amount of work. Not one working hard and the other standing around.

Answered

See 23 answers
Report question

Piercings are not allowed, but several of my coworkers have worn a couple (such as nose rings) and haven’t been scolded for it as far as i know.

Answered

See 22 answers
Report question

Medical, dental,

Answered

See 22 answers
Report question

Don't tell people who are disabled. That Good Will industry is a equal opportunity employer. Because Good Will industry in Las Vegas doesn't have one person in a wheelchair working at any of the Good Will stores. I have been to just about every Good Will stores in the Las Vegas valley.. I am planning to go to the Las Vegas EEOC office in down town Las Vegas. Basically Good Will isn't an equal opportunity employer at all. If you have any questions feel free to call me.

Answered

See 19 answers
Report question
Claimed Profile