Cashier (Former Employee) – Cranbrook, BC – 5 March 2018
Scanning and bagging peoples items. The culture was very laid back. The hardest part of the job was unpacking freight and stockinjg shelves. Some heavy lifting Enjoyable part were the friendly customers.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Ingersoll, ON – 7 June 2017
Good people to work for, good hours for a student. Clean and organised, unfortunately Liquidation Worlds all over closed down, and turned into Big Lots, other than that would still be a good place to work.
Warehouse/Furniture Supervisor (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 April 2017
This store closed down from Canada. It was a great place to work at, made some really good friends. As a furniture supervisor, I would have to work do warehouse work, sell furniture, and be cashier at same time. There was a lot of multitasking involved, processing incoming merchandise, and reporting to management for any damages or any other issues.
ASSISTANT MANAGER (Former Employee) – St. Stephen, NB – 27 March 2017
A typical day at work for me was a mixture of many things including:
-Sales and Cash register operation -Merchandising products to shelves, pricing and tagging items -Warehouse work, shipping and receiving -Opening and closing of store including paperwork, cash balancing and nightly bank deposits.
I learned many things as mentioned in the above list. Management was kind, polite, helpful, considerate, and approachable. The workplace culture was the best I have ever run into having an excellent staff and management team. The hardest part of the job was when we first were hired we comepletely assembled the entire store from the ground up. The most enjoyable part was working at Liquidation World.
Learned many new things and was quickly promoted as well as a great store discount.
No benefits issued and was fairly low paying even as being part of management team
Cashier (Former Employee) – Glenmore, NS – 9 March 2017
The staff provided me with a very close and personal relationship and we grew together and helped eachother out everyway we could. management was excellent and set an amazing example for me and how I would conduct myself in later careers. during my time there, the people I worked with became much more then co workers and mean quite a bit to me. would recommend for anyone looking for a great team mentality sales approach and to develop selling and interpersonal skills.
Head Cashier (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 5 January 2017
i missed this place and i am very sad they had to close it down ,.. but at the end was always a nice and fun place to work at. i would alwasy come in very early , to clean up my area of work,. making sure everything was clean and ready for the clients to come in ,... i was in charge of opening the store . co-workers were like family to me i got along with everyone including my manager and supervisor ,... the hardest part of the job to me was nothing really .. i loved what i did ... the most enjoyable part was everything , getting to know new people, making friends , etc etc.
Shelf Stocker-Department manager (Former Employee) – Wainwright, AB – 20 September 2016
In a days work some management didn't like you and had some-one to fill your spot overall the company is a very good company to work with, customers all ways come back just to say hi and do there shopping and the kids always liked you because when you treat them like a adult and helped them they thanked you with a smile thinking they have the same rights as mom-dad did in the store and asked fore help.
Summer bike checks to make shure there bike was safe to ride, Safty team member, welcomming customers
Floor manager (Former Employee) – Camrose, AB – 29 February 2016
I get of school and go straight to work. I put merchandise out on the floor and set up furniture. Sometimes I work to fast they don't know what job to give me next. I have learned a lot making furniture talking to the costumers. The management was great. I got along with all the co-workers I friended all of them. The hardest part when my Boss gave me a job I could not do by myself could not ask for help because all the other workers had day off. Going there and seeing all my friends and to be truthful getting paid every two weeks.
Contract assembler (Former Employee) – London Ontario – 27 July 2015
I was lucky enough to get into a position they considered a contract by the end. I was able to set my own hours and based it on the workload so if I was not working, I was not there. They showed an interest in safety, which was nice and I would likely still be there despite the pay not being great if they had not closed and moved everything under the Big Lots banner, back to the USA.