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They say you are required to stay as long as the Mgr wants you to stay. But I sometimes had someone picking me up (shared my car with daughter) and they didn't care that you had a ride waiting in the parking lot late at night. After 30 minutes i refused to stay and told my Mgr if he needed me to stay longer he should schedule it ahead of time. I have to have open availability as full time to schedule what they need. My free time around my schedule is my own. Mgrs need to plan ahead for the stores needs.

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Great Question! To learn more about Hobby Lobby check out our About Us page - http://www.hobbylobby.com/about-us/our-story,

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Some stores are great to work at, others not. It all seems to be dependent on the store manager. Lack of leadership, favoritism, being reactive instead of proactive, NO advancement opportunity, go to making this store not the best place to work. A lot of people would leave if they couls afford it.

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Truck day is my favorite day of the week where Hobby lobby products arrive and we unload them from trucks. stock men/women prepare the items and un-box and organize them into carts and the department team members or general team members then push the carts full of items to each department and re supply that department with products. Its a lot of physical work but if you like to keep busy like me its great.

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Hours have been cut because of sales are low and auditing reasons at the store. only working 19-21 hours in a week is not enough to feed me or my family.

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No previous retail experience is necessary or any other experience. they provide training

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Hours being cut and less working days

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Its not hard but i haven't had to do math in a few years so i failed the test, only because i wasn't that good with percentages, so i didn't get the job. I would be such a great employee and very dependable. I hate that i didn't get it.

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I called and emailed three months before I resigned. I continued for nearly six months after I resigned as I felt so strongly about how the company ignores the truth. I never received a call or an email in return. Also wrote a letter to the District Manager on my final day and still - nothing happens. Manager is still employed in his same position and ex co- workers who were all aware of the issues I was exposed to all tell me nothing has changed.

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Overtime doesn't exist where I worked. Full timers are kept at 32 hours and get told off if they get near 40. Part timers strictly kept under 27 hours.

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