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Having worked in retail for a long time, I had much higher expectations from this company especially considering my previous work experience but that wasn’t enough. There are some friendly people and you just need to learn to be polite towards everyone in general and keep your sincerity with people who actually show trust in you and admire you for who you are. Politics is essentially a part of all workplaces in varying capacity but one has to learn to move on quickly from some incidents and just keep doing what they are doing as long as the customers are happy.
Management needs to take diversity training. There are daily comments of stupidity in meetings and men remain dominant. HR are very strict - it’s a helicopter culture - not a trust working from home. Employees work very long hours often through lunch - meetings are endless. The current merger is a mess - a lot of details are outstanding leaving teams with unnecessary stress. Communication is lacking and could reassure employees. Stores are disconnected from head office. There’s no allowance for equipment for at home employees. Even a year on employees are working at kitchen tables - Stapes sells the essentials but doesn’t look after it’s own team.
Salary is competitive, advancement opportunities
Long hours, unreliable management, lack of communication, no working from home support
A lot of employees are jaded there, they don't really care about the team building or culture or common goals, or don't question the status quo. And all the management cares about is numbers. They don't really walk the talk.
Over all the experience was good. The sub ordinates were rude with the junior staff and share less knowledge with them. Where else, the senior management were cooperative but at end they would definitely listen to their permanent staff
Nice working environment, cafeteria was amazing
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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)
I've worked at Staples for just over a year now and its been a great experience. Not only is the staff understanding and helpful, but they are also very fun to work with as well!
In store discounts, great staff interaction.
During back to school can be somewhat stressful.
I was a Business Development Manager for 2 years. All territories to meet same KPI #s regardless of potential. Competition in this area was extreme. You also compete with 2 other Staples divisions. Pay and benefits are decent but if you can’t meet KPI your out in 3 months or so. Management is good they do seem to empathize but will make decisions that can really adversely effect your business.
Pay, Team, morale
Stressful, Competitive, helplessness
En général, la vente au détail ça devient de plus en plus difficile, Staples ne fait pas exception. Question de rentabilité, la pression retombe quotidiennement sur les employés. Les tâches sont très nombreuses et variées et bien que le client reste la priorité, des dizaines de tâches sont laissées allées chaque jour, on ne fait que le plus urgent. Quelqu'un d'autonome, efficace, diplomate saura avancé chez Staples. Chaque magasin a sa saveur, selon son équipe de direction. Solution simple serait de traîner un peu dans un magasin et d'avoir un expérience avec un/une directrice et prendre le pouls de la succursale.
Possibilités d'avancements, On ne s'ennuie jamais
Salaire, Charge de travail (+ en +), Communication, équilibre vie/famille, augmentation annuelle risible
Un compagnie qui ne paye pas bien ses employés vous améliorer avec le temps mais y a aucune augmentation salariale donc tous le monde part rapidement
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
The does not appreciate the talent and doesnot help for growth with in the company. If they hire new talent, they would pay more but not to a loyal company employee. Management not cooperative. Work culture is good, you will enjoy working with colleagues. Company does not offer great benefits compared to other similar retailers.