Scare-tactics, Nitpicking and Micro-management thought to be good
Stock (Current Employee) – Red Deer – 24 April 2014
a typical day at Bulk Barn would be go in scared to death to talk to the supervisors. no guidance whatsoever, very little training, an abundance of nit-picking and the supervisors belittling any new meat to look proper in front of the store owners. the store owners would side with the supervisors to make face. LOADS of heavy lifting if your the only guy working any shift. The most enjoyable part of the job is the customers. I learned to never ask the supervisor anything.
Long hours. Psychotic, dysfunctional feminist supervisors. Low pay. Ripped me off a few days of work on payday.
Front Store Cashier And Floor Associate (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 7 December 2017
Days are generally very structured and for the most part seem to be repetitive so you know what to expect on most given days. Great overall experience and the customers are really friendly to interact with.