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Staples only has a short period of the year when they are busy, back to school. So for most of my time there, it was horribly slow and the hours dragged on. But the sense of community and openness everyone had made things a little better, we were all friends and were always able to chat with one another.
I worked as a lead hand running a department for 8 years and never promoted even though I was " being groomed". Its easy to remain stagnant in your role. There was no opportunity to grow or advancement. I was happy to leave under the current management.
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Management is biased and will pick favourites - very obvious who is better because they get scheduled lots. No advancement but you can ask to be cross-trained. Only busy during back to school season but that’s it. If you like a growing environment, would not recommend this company.
I was offered a district manager position with another company shortly after I started as a department manager with Staples. I spoke to Staples regarding advancement only to be told it wouldnt be considered for at least 5 years. I accepted the other position. They were upset and basically blacklisted me from working with them again I acce
-You learn through the success and failure of the team. -Learned general warehouse operations and how to operate shop equipment. -Management was lacking in communication with general operations, but the intentions were good. -The workplace culture was changing often due to high turnover rates. - The hardest part of the job was not being able to go home until the job was done. -The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the team to achieve the goal.
Good benefits and good equipment.
Poor starting wages and working excessive hours.
I'm proud to be part of this team and the knowledge I've gained working here. It has added great value and experience to my professional career. The culture is great and the atmosphere with my colleagues is fun and professional.
Flexibile and supportive to staff
No room for advancement or growth
When I worked there good place to work with good supervisors. reason I left was I was on afternoon shift and people I worked with complained to much about who got to leave when there work was done and why they didn't have to help. other than that good place to work.
Great people to work with. Worked in a team atmostphere. No advancment in Edmonton. Stuck in the same postion with added responsiblies for little pay. I became the lead hand 8 years ago and now look after the day to day actitives for our deparment as a lead. No supervisor role or pay. Our team of drivers are excellent.
each department comes with a bit of different responsibilities so you have different things to do most shifts, definitely no risk for boredom! and you can find some things to do when its slow so its not a total snooze fest when slow. anyone can work in any department they want. you just get trained a bit in a few departments and whichever one you like the most can be your department as long as you are good at it.
flexible shifts for student, expectations are actually achievable, management very understanding, all the staff is friendly
not enough hours in slow periods and they can go longer than expected, Benefits suck for part-timers.
The store I worked in wouldn't be a bad place to work in at all if it weren't for the managers and supervisors. On a daily basis other employees and myself experienced constant put-downs, racism, sexism, and much more from mean-spirited upper management. Treatment from management was the only reason I left.
Most of the time no matter where you will be yelled at for not selling something the customer does't want. I get it it's sales and I was one of the top sellers in the Edmonton/Northern Alberta district and only rewards we would get it a $25 Gift card to STAPLES. Very unfair company you won't be moving up and Staples is dying a lot.
Easy to book days off
Everything, treated badly and many locations and the list goes on.