Support from management
Support from co-management, but from no one above you
It's frowned upon to work together
Very little discussion about tasks, or explanation about tasks. Just told to get it done.
Girls are cashiers, footwear or apparel workers, no other departments
Overall compensation for your work
Terrible compensation for the tasks given. People hired in were making same, close, or more than people being promoted from within/have been working there for years
Nothing gets recycled, truck loads of cardboard get thrown away each week
Decent scheduling with the ability to take days off
Looks like a garage sale
No wheelchairs and definitely not enough room to roll one through aisles
OSHA would shut it down if they ever saw how things are put together, or how things are done. Also no AED on site
Same tasks every day/week
Inclusive / Diverse
In 10 years of working there, there were only 2 people of differing races
Suggestions for improvement
- Close the divide between associates and management and higher, no reason to treat people like dirt, especially when they're the ones doing the work. Don't promote people that consistently get complaints.
What I like about the company
They work around school schedules well
What I dislike about the company
Very little room for moving up, especially for women. Very monotonous work, and as much as they care about customer service, the focus is most certainly on tasks. Employees frequently get chastised for not completing work, even when they were helping customers. Certain people get promoted that have no business in getting a higher position. Very little acknowledgement for great sales.