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I love my job. I have had my share of struggles but Hobb Lobby allowed me to keep my job after a horrible car accident that almost left me paralyzed. I was able to return to work after I recovered.

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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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You stay until the work is done or you are told you can go.

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No, it helps but they give you training before sending you out to the floor

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This is the day that the brilliance of Management REALLY shines through. Instead of using a pallet jack as the rest of the modern retail world does, which would result in two people unloading a full semi (roughly 8K pieces) in approximately an hour, about a third of store staff spends half the day doing it box by box. STUPIDEST, most negligent waste of payroll I have ever seen in my career.

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Store level management. They will point out all your mistakes but never your accomplishments. They will put you down and you might sometimes cry. There is no room for advancement. They don’t know how to properly schedule employees. Their lack of technology (I.e. no aisle numbers, price scanners, no proper scanners at the register).

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It's a very busy, stressful environment. Truck day is awful and there are never enough cashiers so you have to do that too.They just don't give out enough hours for the crazy workload they give you. Very hard physically on your body and by Christmas everybody is ready to quit because they are stressed to the max.

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There are 16 math questions. You must answer half of them (8) correctly.they consist of addition, multiplication, subtraction and 4 percentage questions because the cashier employees figure out the sales tax in their head.

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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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Part-time employees do not receive health benefits.

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