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Mentally Exhausting and Not Much Help Available.
Every area of the store is different so I can only speak for the department I worked in which was Copy and Print. To be honest it was mentally exhausting. The amount of work that is expected of you with unrealistic goals and expectations. Like a small store is expected to make the same goal as a store twice the size with only half the foot traffic. There is little to no recognition or encouragement. It's very much a "look how other stores in your district are doing. Why aren't you as good as them. You have to do better" I consistently feel like I'm fighting head office over little things because they do not understand anything about Newfoundland. Don't get me wrong it's not all bad. The staff was great and they would have little fun days and events for staff. But they were few and far between.
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Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
Great Benefits, chance for growth within the company
Low Wages, Mentally Exhausting, Unrealistic expectations in certain areas
The staff at any Staples I have had the pleasure of working in, are amazing! The management are great and really listen to your needs. The head office could take some notes... For the jobs you are required to do, the pay could be better.
Staff Days (free lunch, parties)
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.
My time at Staples was typically fun and easy going. The entire staff was mostly easy to get along with and didn't engage in any outside the work place drama whatsoever. Management was impeccable with maybe one bad egg for the duration of my time there. It was easy to get shifts covered if need be and they more often than not gave me the scheduling I asked for. I would still work there had I not moved across town.