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What is the work environment and culture like at Hobby Lobby?

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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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I believe to be great what i see whsn i go there

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High turnover they open position over and over

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Incredibly high turnover especially in the full timer spectrum and management, which add to your own work load. Managers that stay are horrible. Because prepared to be sexually harassed at some point in your career. Terrible HR department.

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Great if you like a manager with no spine

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There is very little direction and not much in the way off communication. There are no performance reviews which is frustrating to those who actually have a work ethic.

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Everyone there was easy to get along with and I made many friends there. My boss was easy to work for and expectations were very clear.

Answered - Customer Service (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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Creative, fun, usually relaxed and patient

Answered - Framer (Current Employee) - Hot Springs, AR

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Horrible unless your one of the managers favorites.

Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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Worked for the company for 5 years, had 4 different managers, 4 different co-managers, and 3 different asst managers in that time frame. Not once was the environment a friendly one, no appreciation for your efforts, no loyalty to experienced employees who have been there for numerous years, very demeaning managers

Answered - CSM (Former Employee) - Texas

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