Hobby Lobby
Happiness rating is 60 out of 100
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Hobby Lobby Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    David Green
  • Founded
    1972
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1B to $5B (USD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Benefits

Employees at Hobby Lobby have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.
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Employee discount
Retirement plan
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Life insurance
Disability insurance
401k matching
Flexible schedule

Rating overview

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Reviews

Cashier in Leesburg, VA
on February 10, 2020
The main focus of a Hobby Lobby employee is to serve the customer. We must always tend to the needs of any customer that enters the store. In order to assure that Hobby Lobby employees are expected to greet customers, and help them with anything they might need. The hardest part of the job was the outdated purchasing system, nothing has bar codes, so everything must be put in by hand.
Seasonal Associate in Sandy, UT
on September 16, 2021
At the time of employment I was told they were hiring for full-time, higher-paying positions but each week, management would make up a reason why they couldn't promote anyone. Management has unreachable standards and will expect you to compromise with their unprofessional demands.
Stockman in Norman, OK
on September 15, 2021
Work here while in high school. It was physically demanding on days we had to unload the truck and move stock throughout the store. But it was a fun first job. Loved all the people that I worked with. Made the days easier. If you don't mind retail I would recommend this job for sure.
Former employee in Cherry Hill, NJ
on September 15, 2021
Started working at hobby lobby. Worked there for 2 weeks. The job itself wasn't bad. However, no training, no communication from managers on what taak to do. Basically its a job you figure out yourself. Management was horrible. Management hires new employees and doesn't really acknowledge you after your hired. I was stuck stocking one section the two weeks i worked there. Was never shown any other type of work. Was hired fir part time and was given 40 or more hours each week. Was hired as a cashier and was never given the opportunity to show my customer service skills which i have 10 + yrs of experience. Coworkers are not friendly. Bad vibes and a terrible experience working there. I recommend skipping this place to work. Having sunday off wasnt a great reason for me to stay
Puller in Oklahoma City, OK
on September 15, 2021
The job is really simple and mentally easy. Depending on the area you pull it can be physically demanding. The warehouse is not climate controlled so summers can be uncomfortable, but they provide free bottled water. Certain areas are pretty crowded so social distancing is not possible. Hours are inconsistent and they typically range from 7 - 12 hour days depending on the time of year. Overtime is the norm. This company takes attendance and punctuality very seriously. It's a decent job if you work hard and keep a positive attitude. The people are generally nice and willing to help if you need it. There is room for advancement and growth within the company if you play your cards right.

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Favorable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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What are your goals in life? Availability?

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Last work experiences. Lots of scenario questions. About situation that happened with previous work history..

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The usual - what experience do you have? What department are you applying for? What days/hours can you work?

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