- Bargain Hunt Superstores15.Dec 2015
It's hard to make a judgment on this aspect of the job. On the one hand, all but one of the managers were great people and quite friendly and easy to get along with. However, no one in management seemed to have a backbone, which led to many employees just plain getting away with laziness, breaking store policies, and poor attendance. A kudos program and Employee Of The Month program were put in place (with a nice little reward, too) to help promote better workmanship, but after about a week no one seemed to care anymore.
Support from management
Managers consistently backing down to even mildly rude customers and conflicts. Shoplifting was rampant and mgmt performed minimal action. Employees have no say in company decisions whatsoever. Store goals were unrealistic, but were never pursued much anyway; there were no consequences for not meeting sales goals. Store manager was a great guy, but seemed too shy to put work into motion to reach goals.