The job was ok, i was a furniture associate. The work was inconsistant due to the hours varying from 5-20 hours a week. The biggest annoyance of working there was that i worked there for a couple of years and was given the raise of a few cents, and newcomers were employed receiving more pay than i earned from my time of work there.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – January 8, 2019
Big Lots was a great company to work at if you enjoy working and being around a lot of individuals. The work was flexible and the hours as well was pretty good. The pay isn't bad since the associates are paid weekly. Of course I was 18 to 19 years of age when I worked at Big Lots. If anyone is looking for a job that's not too harsh, stressing, and not complicated Big Lots is the place to be.
How much does a Cashier make at Big Lots in the United States?
Average Big Lots Cashier hourly pay in the United States is approximately $9.28, which is 19% below the national average.
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