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AT the staples I worked at the copy centre was mixed with the cash so employees in the copy centre were assumed to do both jobs which is fine except when you are bus and everyone else is doing nothing but standing around and talking and you are still expected to cash someone out when everyone in the store is more than qualified to do so.
If you like to be taken advantage of and work with management who favour bad employees over good this is the place to go. I’ve worked here for a couple years and it’s not worth the mental breakdowns
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I have a great team and work is usually upbeat and relaxed. Although nobody is getting any hours. They keep hiring new people but then tell us we don't get shifts because business is slow. I have full availability, i'm hard working and rarely make mistakes. Yet i'm given one 4hr shift a week. I live on my own and even after expressing my concern to management I am still not getting enough shifts. Great place to work for students or those looking for very part time. Not great for those who need to pay rent.
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.
It's slowing moving at times and then super busy the next. It's important to be collaborative with other associates, know who is working with you because each associate in relies on the other. It's also important to be able to multitask at times since sometimes you can get cornered up by many customers at once (as a cashier). For, example, you will have an online order and at the same time, there would be a customer you have to cash out. So, while waiting for the manager to get the online order you can cash the customer out. I think that one of the most enjoyable parts about it is that all the associates are friendly, easy-going and relaxed so t makes the job more fun.
typical day at work would be get there then do my opening duties then wait for customers to arrive and check them through the checkout. I learned that a job is very important and that you should always work hard towards what you believe in. the hardest part as it being my first ever real job always work hard towards the job. the most enjoyable part was coming into work and having wonderful co-workers by my side that made the day go easier
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.
Min wage job. You can never do well enough in their eyes to substantiate a raise. Hours all over the place so working in a second job is impossible. Never use them for a reference most management will give you a bad reference just to be spiteful.
Its a job
Retail, low paid, no advancement
Great people i worked with although management was very judgmental and hard on a people. Overall i enjoyed the atmosphere and going experiences in different places like customer services and cashier. It may be my first job but it taught me a lot.
I didn't really enjoy working at Staples. I was constantly shorted on hours. I gave them full availability and they gave me minimal hours and complained they had no staff willing to work. Some managers were great, some not so much.
My time at Staples was enjoyed, but I had to leave as it conflicted with my casual hours job at St. Paul's Hospital. For most part, we helped customers find the supplies they needed and kept stock on the shelves. In the Copy Centre, the atmosphere generated from the work environment and customers grew difficult. Customers at the Copy Centre were more unsteady in comparison to the other departments. Overall the staff were nice and most customers we decent.
Good atmosphere for the most part, good first job
Poor pay, low benefits, agitated customers can be common
Staples was a interesting experience, fast pace and precise. It was good working with customers, but the management was not so good. Being able to interact with customers and meet their wants was satisfying and rewarding. But I felt like the management was very ignorant as they gave me shifts during school hours that I could not make, which I was exceptionally clear during the interview about.
Working with customers
The absolute worst management I have ever had. They do not care about their employees AT ALL! They are not understanding, and so too faced. And the other associates are bad too. Everyone is gossipy. They are all either teenagers or adults that can't go anywhere in life. AVOID AT ALL COSTS
Other stores are not nearly as bad