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The store gives only 1 or 2 days a week. They hire a lot of students and give everyone only 5 - 10 h a week. The schedule have to be flexible, no stable work days. This is the hardest - not stable hours and not much. Hard to find another job for other days you never know what day you will be in Staples. Otherwise, management is good
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Busy days with employee shortages. Management is organized, helpful and motivating. The enjoyable part of the job is recognition from the superiors and providing the heartiest of customer service and their feedbacks. unfortunately, the same can not be said for all the employees there which in turn sometimes makes the work harder.
Staples is transforming, but at a very slow pace, and with no inclusion of the employee experience in the mix. Tasks are continually added and labour continually cut back.
I learned a lot from staples. It comes in professional category. Everyday there was a new challenge to achieve and you will get rewarded for that. Management is doing great, to make the store growing. They always appreciate for your efforts. Salary is low.
All employees were enjoyable to work with and make the day go by easier. Typical day at the job would include picking orders, stacking pallets, wrapping pallets, high reach picking. Management was great. Everybody helps each other out. Hardest part of the job was meeting deadlines because it would be rushed.
The best thing about working with Staples is the flexible schedule, great part time job for students or if you have a second job. The pay is very low (15 cents over min wage) and not a lot of performance based rewards. Also not a lot of room for growth within the company. Managers were friendly and is a welcoming environment. Work with a lot of great people, however there is a very high turnover rate and a lot of new people on a monthly basis, which led store being understaffed frequently. Great job if you like doing sales and learn a lot of new things.
1 Hour long breaks when worked over 7 hours, 10% off electronics, 15% off Office Supplies, Easy to book time off, flexible schedule
Low compensation, not a lot of room for growth, were understaffed many times.
It's a great place to work. Professional and friendly people who are easy to get along with. I mostly had great managers that were flexible and supportive of my home life and quick to praise me when I did a good job. Upper management is approachable and strives to keep associates informed of company objectives and market performance. Continuous personal and professional improvement is encouraged with a tuition reimbursement program.
it a good work environment not too hard some times it gets a little crazy The management is kind and caring for our needs but was promised a different position after the probation period but that never happend
never got the position I asked for
Responsible for supporting our Business Development and Account management teams in Western Canada. • Developed strategies and programs to ensure the ongoing development and growth of the region. • Implement national strategies as they relate to the Facility line of business • Develops and maintains strong customer relationships for continuing business opportunities • Recruits, develops, a highly competent and productive group of Product Specialist
I beleive customers need to feel more comfortable and enjoy staying at stores, that's where companies get more benefit, more traffic inside store and more minutes people stay in stores. At staples i think a warmer decoration with more interactive concept will get customers stay more minutes and enjoy shopping.