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Actually respect your hard working team members. Promote the ones who work hardest not the ones who kiss up to you. If you actually make your team feel important, then you wouldn’t have such a high turnover rate.

Answered July 21, 2020

If you are part time they will schedule you up to 40 hours but not more so they don’t have to pay benefits. If you are full time you are expected to work a minimum of 50 hours no matter what department you are in. Managers work 60-70 hours per week. No work life balance at all.

Answered July 31, 2020

The department that I work in is practically a family and it's great to know that when I'm going to work I'm going to be spending time around people that genuinely seem to care about me.

Answered July 26, 2020

Same week, interview on Wednesday, drug test Thursday morning, started Thursday night.

Answered May 6, 2020

They are not flexible. If you are not a part of inventory or planogram, then they schedule you whatever they want. You have no say.

Answered July 30, 2020

Helping guess, sliding lumber cleaning up trash, moving bunks of wood and pallets of shingles and all sorts of things, unloading flat beds, taking a 15 min break and a lunch and going home sometimes you'll have projects or to do list given at the beginning of the day.

Answered July 17, 2020

Long. to much praise on menards on all the good.

Answered May 30, 2019

Weekly, but you'll work the first 2 weeks unpaid because payroll has a 2 week lag time. If you quit, you'll get your 2 week lag pay after.

Answered March 23, 2020

2 unpaid 10 min. breaks. One unpaid 30 min. Break. You'll get wrote up if you take longer than that. Using the restroom counts as your break. They keep track of every minute like a hawk!

Answered March 23, 2020
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