Part Time Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – May 14, 2014
A typical day at work would be very busy, mainly busy on weekends. Helping alot of customers, also ringing up customers at the register. The most enjoyable part of the job is just helping customers finding what they need.
This is a job that looks good on a resume. It will help you find a better job at a better company. You have to either exceed unrealistic expectations to advance or be bestfriends with someone in management. They work you like a dog and pay you poorly.
Packer/Shipper (Current Employee) – Martinsville, VA – December 4, 2018
The pay was good but the stress of working there made it not worth it. The managers and leads was hard to work for. There was favoritism everywhere and you could get in trouble for something u didnt even do.
always make sure their employees was okay pull orders and make sure the barcodes matched what was on the paper turn in cart and paper in a timely matter only down side was u only got 1 break mainly getting off on time was amazing got over time when they ask u do u want it
Unpaid wages, dishonest managers, and lack of communication
Key Holder/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – November 8, 2018
Those with higher seniority in this company are extremely untrustworthy, deceitful and they will throw you under the bus if it means saving themselves or the company. They have taken wages from me that were owed to me after working required hours, and they do not stand by their policy of no harassment. I was harassed and assaulted verbally by management several times and nothing was done.
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Martinsville, VA – November 3, 2018
Very paced but also easy work that had to be done, the supervisor has set how many picks that should be gotten that day so you have a goal for that day to get to so you can’t play around on the job you have to be serious
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Glendale, AZ – October 29, 2018
Some of the customers were feeling at home but at the same time it seems like the managers were bothered. Some of the work needed to be done most of it was finished but we had packaging coming every once a week. It was very stressful.
I was able to have lunch
Some of my co-workers were not very happy with their job
Sales Consultant (Current Employee) – Foley, AL – October 24, 2018
I love this job and it has helped me grow. A typical day is easy going. Most of the customers are really nice and I love to help them find what they are looking for. Management needs some improvement, but for the most part I have a lot of good days with my managers.That's the most enjoyable part. It makes my job easier. The hardest part about it is when we don't have a certain product that a customer wants when we really need the product.
Great prices and customers can mix and match
Not enough sizes of some products and most of the time, the store doesn't get the products that we need especially when we need them for our customers.
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Winston-Salem, NC – October 18, 2018
I was there through a temp agency. I worked 3rd shift as a picker and packer for one week then I quit. It was very fast pace... the team leaders never once said they appreciation/thank you or comment on how great of a job we was doing. They never came and checked on me to see if I was straight the whole week I was there. Also It’s was always stuff like, no talking, move faster, you have so many order picked or you would be reported, can’t do this can’t do that! They didn’t have all the equipment to the hand scanners so, that made your job a little harder, they where low on sleeves (helps from scratching you up when making boxing or putting stuff in the box) and gloves so I couldn’t get none. Each and ever night we did something different... it’s was drama between the females there. I felt like that a lot of changes or adjustments could be made there to make the work much more easier instead of back breaking. The walking, standing, lifting, and bending all night was hard, when I got home my back and feet would hurt. I will never work there again.