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Clueless management completely unaware of their bias or how to treat people
Management needs to take diversity training. There are daily comments of stupidity in meetings and men remain dominant. HR are very strict - it’s a helicopter culture - not a trust working from home. Employees work very long hours often through lunch - meetings are endless. The current merger is a mess - a lot of details are outstanding leaving teams with unnecessary stress. Communication is lacking and could reassure employees. Stores are disconnected from head office. There’s no allowance for equipment for at home employees. Even a year on employees are working at kitchen tables - Stapes sells the essentials but doesn’t look after it’s own team.
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Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
Salary is competitive, advancement opportunities
Long hours, unreliable management, lack of communication, no working from home support
Worst place to work for if you are merchandise associate they will except a lot of heavy work from associate as if associate is machine and they are in loss I think because they say we don't have enough hours to give to the associate because our sales are low there is no point to work with staples because they don't have hours to give they will cut your shifts make them shorter and tell you in the morning which is illegal as well.
Heavy load of work
Working with staples is an add to your resume and experience as it is a big company to start with in Canada. I have learnt alot from the team. We are like brothers and sister and everyone one is helping the other to understand the whole process. It is my pleasure to work there.