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You don't need experience, but you will need a second job or be on public assistance because Ross only give you zero to 2 shifts per week, 4 hour shifts. This is a great place to work if you are on public assistance, because you can collect full public assistance benefits because you will have so few hours every week. Most people who work here are on public assistance because your paycheck will be so small, you have no choice

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2-3 days, but Ross only gives you 0-6 hours per week. Only time you MAY get 10-15 hours is 2 weeks before Christmas, and only if you are a manager favorite.

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$11/hr, and you will need every penny of it because they only give you 0 to 6 hours per week.

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Not when I was hired, 2017 in Phoenix Arizona

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You will only get full time and a lot more hours if you are the MOD or Stock lead. SPS gets treated like garbage and only makes about 18 hours a week when you ask for full time work. Can't wait to get away. They also complain that SPS is low on hours. That's their fault.

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Appreciate your employees. Hire mature managers that set standards and make the work environment peaceful.

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You won't get many hours working at Ross, none to 2 shifts per week, no hours to maybe 6 or 8 if you are lucky. If you don't like working for Ross, it shouldn't be a problem, because most days of the week you won't be scheduled.

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As a Ross associate, you are timed on everything and if you are not fast as lightening on register, your name will be put on a list with the other slow pokes and put on the break room wall for all to see. You will then see your hours drop from 8-12, to zero or 4. Be sure you qualify for food stamps and have a secondary source of income or welfare benefits...you will need that secondary source of income to live on and pay your bills.

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My interview went smooth , just ask basic questions such as What did you do in your previous job/skills. And they also asked my availability and they hired me on the spot .

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5 hours a day

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