Avis d'employé sur Bureau en gros
amazing workplace with new learning opportunities
was an amazing experience working at staples where i got to develop my interpersonal skills and taught me how to communicate with people on a higher level.
Notes par catégorie
Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
Keeping safety of employee and customers during pandemic situation. Great service provided with extended warranty, accidental plans, tech support services, monthly and yearly easy care plan.
Helps if any questions, solves all the problems of the customer. Insist on taking breaks on time.
When I first started at staples, it really wasn’t that bad. The manager was a little strict, but the store I was at was in a bad state, and she did what she had to in order to improve the store. Then, after about two months working there (she was hired mere days before she hired me), she was sent to a different staples location, supposedly because she had done so well at ours. The next manager we got was awful. She had NO management experience and practically ran the store into the ground. Myself and many fellow employees (including two supervisors) submitted negative reviews of her to head office, as she was constantly having to send people home mid-shift, cut back on hours etc. Of good employees because the store was doing so poorly financially, but head office did nothing. She was also mean to employees, not in a you-need-to-work-harder way, but in a personal way: when I finally resigned due to stress and lack of hours, she said “oh good, you’re finally quitting.” She also drove away MANY customers by harassing them, and I had customers complain to me, a cashier, about my manager on almost a daily basis. Head office doesn’t care about any of its employees, and for what is likely to be a minimum wage job, it’s just not worth it.
10-15% employee discount