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Je n’ai jamais vraiment reçu de formation pour effectuer tout le travail que je devais accomplir, ce qui m’a amenée à démissionner après presqu’un an. Pas d’encadrement, d’aide ou de support.
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The company does not care about you, and might remove some benefits if they stand to gain. My general manager was very good, but some other managers range from excellent to terrible, and that might affect your experience. You don't make commission on your tech sales, and they tell everyone that, but they still require you to upsell a lot and pressure you into doing it. That kind of defeats the purpose of saying that your employees are not greedy salesmen, because they most definitely are
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The management is helpful, the team is welcoming and works together, working from home is the best experience I have had in my career. Although I do not see much possibility for advancement, I highly recommend working with Staples
typical day at work is assisting customers and seeing who needs help with a product. If there are no customers walk around and work on facing or put products out on the floor.
I am a supervisor, I was given a few days of training to learn my job. Then I was scheduled more as a cashier than a supervisor prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. I don't know if I just started at a bad time but I was promised the best training. To me, a few days just doesn't cut it. I'm still not done the modules in the training program. Also, I feel it's unfair to be scheduled as a cashier more often than I'm given supervisor shifts.
Staples Business Advantage has a very poor management. They are stuck to the old mentality of doing things like how it was operated back in 80's. They're not adaptive to the modern changes. Unfortunately, I was paired with a very insecure, uneducated, unstable Team Leader. She had no leadership skills, no time management skills, no respect for her subordinates. The only way she knew hot to get the job done her way was not by logical communication but producing fear through writeups. Very poor Company to work for. It's a call center and not a B2B workplace. There's no job security, Management and HR do nothing even if you complain. They only support locals and people who have been with them for several years. Most of the hires are locals and have been in the same position with the Company for like 10-15-20 years. There's no scope of advancement in this Company. You have to bring a Doc's note everytime you're sick while my Supervisor would take n number of holidays and would often show late but would be hypocritical when some subordinate got late. STAY AWAY!
Management, Supervisor, Culture, Job Security, Fake Promises, Communication
What began as a great experience (entirely thanks to a great managerial team) devolved quickly with managerial changes that eventually saw our GM changed for a former manager of ours that cherry-picked who he liked and what work he did and who refused to help our very busy and often swamped Copy Center. It got to the point that on some weekends, our sole cashier came to help whenever she could and although I tried every time, I always ended up giving up on calling for help on the store-wide speakers because he was supposed to be my help but he never ever came. Later, I was nearly cheated out of bereavement leave by another manager and as a GM, he brushed away my formal complaint and sided with the manager, to whom I had given multiple chances to tell me the truth. That manager insisted that the time would be taken from my meager vacation time when the official HR website clearly stated that I was allowed 3 paid days of bereavement leave. In fact, the only reason I wasn't screwed over was thanks to one amazing and trustworthy manager who, at the time, managed our paychecks. Add to that the minimum wage salary, few opportunities and only managerial ones to be found, nearly impossible to get the status required to get benefits... While I was there, I saw the store become more and more understaffed and transfer to a managerial team led by yes-men who didn't care about the employees. What started as a great team eventually became a spinning door with great employees quitting en masse. Staples just became a really bad place to work that could no longer justify the horrible salary - plus...
This job had great co workers and store level management but definitely did not get appreciation or acknowledgement from company itself. Still a positive experience. I was able to move into various positions when wanted/ needed.