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Fast pace work place.
Front End Supervisor (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NVJune 29, 2015
Ross is a great starting company to work for. With hard work moving up in the company is attainable. Management and co workers are all very friendly and efficient. Ross is all about efficiency, Almost every task that you will do will be timed. A typical day at work for A FES (Front end supervisor) would consist of Setting up registers for cashiers, Answering phone calls, Making store announcements, Costumer service. Basically just keeping the front end of the store intact. The hardest part of the job honestly is trying to prevent theft. The more theft in the store the less payroll and without payroll there are no hours. The most enjoyable part of my job most definitely seeing how we all work together like a well oiled machine.
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Productive
Retail sales associarte (Current Employee), orlando, flJune 26, 2015
Pros: monthly parties
Cons: overworked, small pay
Very productive day. Always busy. Management is okay. Small pay for a lot of work. Most people are nice. Flexible with schedule.
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A job, yes. a career? NO
retail associate (Current Employee), Glendale, ArizonsJune 26, 2015
Pros: requested days off and discounts
Cons: just about everything else
This is the reason why I'm going to be extra careful before I accept a job offer.
Very low pay. So low Im better off making a living by selling stuff on amazon. The store is Messy and unorganized, seems like a tornado passes by everyday. Ridiculous rules. Costumers are rude, weird, and/or annoying. They think just because they don't work at the company they can just treat us or the merchandise any kind of way. No respect for your time. Constant pickiness and micromanaging. Time moves by slow. You obviohsly just stand and wait for time to pass .Management approves days off but will call you and ask if you can come in obviously not keeping in mind why you needed that day off in the first place.. Some managers show favoritism. One of my managers during closing will literally ask everyone but me if they need a ride home and countless times she will drive past me not even asking if I'm okay or anything. I don't need her help but this one is known to be outspoken and condescending, everyone just accepts it and I don't. The pay definitely is not worth what you go through with this company. I can say so much more but I will end up typing a memoir of how this company is awful. I honestly regret applying to this job.
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Productive
Customer Service, Cashier (Former Employee), Anaheim, CAJune 26, 2015
My typical day at Top line was greeting customers, filing answering phone calls, I would receive and sort the mail and send emails it was a busy day for me
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Could have been a better place to work.
Store protection specialist & Store Associate (Former Employee), Round Rock, TXJune 25, 2015
Pros: 20% discount on store merchandise
The jobs I did at Ross were Loss Prevention, and Sales Associate. The work was not difficult and at times was fun. Lots of good co-workers that I enjoyed working with, but a change in management led to my not wanting to continue being employed. The management lacked communication skills to a point of hurting the productivity of the store. There were a lot of issues with schedules and pay as well that it seemed nobody was doing anything to fix.
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Productive day wokring at ross
Sales Associate (Former Employee), San Jose, CAJune 25, 2015
A typical day at work would be clocking in and doing the daily schedule, signing in to a register and calling the next customer in line.
I have learned how to be patient and being friendly to each customer that comes in contact with you.
Management is well oriented stays on task with everything.
My co-workers are very fun to work with and are also very friendly with customers.
The hardest part of the job would be when the store is very busy and the lines and very long because there wouldn't be enough registers open.
The most enjoyable part of the job was having fun with co-workers and customers
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Fast past and productive
Cash Office Associate (Former Employee), Chicago, ILJune 24, 2015
A typical day at work was counting final daily closes from the day before. I didn't learn anything that I already knew. The management was disorganization with keeping track of logins and hours. They lacked communication within their team and staff. hardest part of my job was having all the drawers counted, stocked , and open in the little time I had.
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Productive and fun working place
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Davie, FLJune 24, 2015
A typical day at work would be clocking in and doing the daily schedule, signing in to a register and calling the next customer in line.
I have learned how to be patient and being friendly to each customer that comes in contact with you.
Management is well oriented stays on task with everything.
My co-workers are very fun to work with and are also very friendly with customers.
The hardest part of the job would be when the store is very busy and the lines and very long because there wouldn't be enough registers open.
The most enjoyable part of the job was having fun with co-workers and customers.
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Great co workers and easy to learn jobn
Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee), Layton, UTJune 24, 2015
Pros: Short shift
Cons: Lack of flexablilty
Customer service, cashiering, and merchandise handling, keeping to store organized and clean. Providing a friendly atmosphere for customers
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Typical day at Ross
Retail Associate/Cashier/Stock Team (Former Employee), Saint Louis, MOJune 23, 2015
Pros: employee discounts
A typical day at Ross can be very enjoyable. I loved all my co-workers who were friendly and very helpful. My managers were great. I loved coming to work until my hours got shorter and shorter. I wasnt getting enough hours to take care of my son's need, so I quit and went job huntting the same day.
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Awful place to work.
Cashier (Current Employee), Fort Walton Beach, FLJune 23, 2015
Pros: Coworkers
Cons: Everything else
Management sucks, low pay, no hours. There is no structure at all, and always short people. Working for this company is truly awful
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Not bad
Sales Associate/Customer Service (Former Employee), Kailua KonaJune 22, 2015
Busy atmosphere, makes days go by quicker.
Competitive pay, and reasonable schedule. Management really cared about workers wants and needs.
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A true work family
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Mooresville, NCJune 22, 2015
This is a very warm work place. The employees and managers are caring and understanding. The only con i can say is that they do not give you enough hours. I understand this is not their fault and it is due to budget cut and hiring more people for the season.
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you better be fast and learn quick or get the axe.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee), Buena Park, CAJune 22, 2015
Pros: discounts, gain retail knowledge, employee of the month gets you $50.00
Cons: not enough shifts or hours, no benefits, low pay, stressed managers, you clean restrooms.
Ross is a good place to work for because it gives you a good direction of the retail industry learning the odds and outs etc. I worked multiple departments from cashier, stockroom, fitting room and front end supervisor, I learned a lot and survived there because i never said no. If they asked me to stay, I stayed, If they asked me so and so called out so do you wanna learn a new department today? I was like sure lets do this. I never said no, even if i didn't like it or didn't want to do it, I never said no, it made me more knowledgable about the store our merchandise, and our customers. Which resulted in more hours and more shifts, and trust me when i say working part time in retail is brutal. I would see others who weren't fast enough or didn't pull their own weight in working or lazy etc. They would be let go. I hired in as a seasonal and they liked how i worked so they kept me. Oh yea another way i survived was that I stayed out of politics, I was polite and courteous to everyone even to those who don't deserve it. My advice work hard learn as much as you can, do as much as you can, and once your comfortable find another job that lists all the skills you learned here find full time and get paid more. This job is good as a stepping stone to find another better job, but not good to have a career here. Management is always stressed out here and we get new managers at our location like every year, I'm not kidding! We had some good ones and we had some ogres. I have not been promoted and yet still do supervisor duties and do not get the said title or pay. one more thing if you get employee of the month you get $50.00 added to your paycheck automatically. and we do get employee discounts of 20% off all store merchandise and every couple of months we do get double discounts to 40% off on all merchandise but that lasts for like 3 or 4 days then its done. and you have to wait for the next double discount.
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Employees are great
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Houma, LAJune 21, 2015
Usually stays busy , Wouldn't be my first choice for a job, Not enough pay for the work you do , Not much appreciation , Will meet wonderful customers
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Great place to work
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Orlando, FLJune 20, 2015
I truly do enjoy working here the management is great, the co-workers are all nice and respectful and its a professional environment. The hardest part is the pay and the hours. I need something with me of both and really only reason why I am leaving.
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Good Part Time Work
Area Supervisor (Current Employee), FloridaJune 20, 2015
Pros: Ability to move up quickly
Cons: Low pay, bad attitudes.
Ross is not a place where you want to advance your career, unless you are willing to do things that are not entirely right. It is a great place to work if you have no desire to move up, but the management programs are horribly biased and run off of popularity, as well as your ability to stab people in the back.
They have all of this propaganda so that you think that they care and want you to succeed, however, it's truly dog-eat-dog anywhere above area supervisor, and sometimes even with that position. If you aren't willing to use other people as your stepping stones, just use Ross as a part time job.
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Cheap clothes
FRONT END SUPERVISOR (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXJune 19, 2015
The Clothes are cheap so they aren't very organized, the management cares more about their quota then their employees. They work you to hard and long. When you first start you get 25 hours then in a month your lucky to get 8.
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No work life balance
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee), Houston, TXJune 19, 2015
No work life balance, Management were not open to "new" store employees. Horrible experience. I did learn about budgeting, store operations, and top of the line customer service.
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Fun
Store Protection Specialist (Former Employee), Issaquah, WAJune 19, 2015
Great environment to work. Friendly co-workers and managers. Flexible hours and many opportunities to move up. Maintained presence at the front door by greeting customers.

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