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Could not believe it
Floor Associate (Former Employee), Moses Lake, WAApril 10, 2015
Pros: Some of the other employees were really helpful kind and polite.
Cons: Everything besides the pros. I was truly let down by this company.
A "typical" work day at Ross in Moses Lake, WA when I worked there was overall a tragedy. I would come in one to two days a week for two hours after other employees let the areas get trashed by customers without picking up anything. The work schedule seemed to be played with and changed so much at my time there, about up to three times a week without being notified and wouldn't find out about when I have to work until I was either already late or not even contacted to come in and told when I came in for the previously scheduled time to just go home. Plus I didn't find two hours, stress, poorly structured environment provided by corporate sleazes worth the $10 in gas to get there and back for the $20 dollar work day.
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Productive, effecient enviroment
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee), Rocky Mount, NCApril 9, 2015
Pros: yearly bonus for overall store performance
Cons: health care
I worked at Ross for 10 and a half years and loved the customers and the atmosphere! My store was number 1 in the district for 2 years in a row! I had much success driving great training of my associates and quick customer checkout.
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Store Manager (Former Employee), McHenry, ILApril 9, 2015
Pros: proximity to home
Cons: employee satisfaction
Decent work life balance
Some favortism toward newly hired managers
some promises made at hire not followed through
Pay was comparable to like positions
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great
Loss Prevention/Associate (Current Employee), Carmichael, CAApril 8, 2015
This company was good, treated me well. I worked LP for a year then switch over to regular associate for the remaining and until now.
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Depnds on who you are.
Stock Team Leader (Current Employee), High Point, NCApril 8, 2015
Working at Ross as a part-time employee can be fun but it is a lot of hard work to get moved up in the company. It is even harder work to maintain your new position, especially if it is fulltime.
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Great work place
Retail associate (Current Employee), Florence ALApril 8, 2015
Great place to start working if you are looking for an easy job. Employees are very friendly. You work in all different parts of the store so you never get bored doing one thing.
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Terribel
Cashier (Former Employee), San Antonio TexasApril 7, 2015
Pros: discount card
Cons: pay sucks, you barely get hoursand no room for advancement
What can I say. When I worked there I would only get like 12 hours a week. Don't waste your time working here unless you're applying to be a manager.
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Fast paced company with many advancement options
Area Supervisor (Former Employee), Baton Rouge, LAApril 7, 2015
I loved working for Ross, I always enjoyed helping a customer find whatever it was they needed. Who didn't enjoy awesome deals! The management is really good about cross training their associates in every area of the store.
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good
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Rome, GAApril 7, 2015
working with the public can be difficult but it instills in you confidence and the ability to work with others and making sure customers have what they need before they leave the store
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ok
Store Manager (Current Employee), atlanta , gaApril 7, 2015
Pros: store manager bonouses
Cons: lossing sight of people
Ross has a very good business model that protects the company financial and on that promotes upward growth as long as you are willing to do it there way.
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great company
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee), stockton, californiaApril 6, 2015
i loved the job is was a great experience to work there. typical work is 45v hours a week and you have to manage everything in the store that is directed by the store manager
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Fast Pace Growth Oriented Company
District Manager (Current Employee), Seattle, WAApril 6, 2015
Strong Leadership that understands its core objectives and consistently delivers above expectations to share holders. Growing rapidly and focusing on internal promotions
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fast paced, disorganized, but can move up quickly
Retail/Stock/Customer Service Associate (Current Employee), fort myers floridaApril 6, 2015
You come in, find a manager to assign your daily tasks/ where you will be working. no more than 25 hours a week if you are part time. full time has to work 37.5 hours. fast paced, friendly co-workers. sometimes management isn't that great. Easy part time job
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Always work to be done
Sales Associate,Customer Service (Current Employee), San Diego, CAApril 6, 2015
Pros: employee discounts
Cons: low parttime hours
A fast-paced work place. Being able to multi-task is key and essential. Having fun working together as a team. Greeting and offering help to guests.
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productive
Sales Floor Associate/Cashier (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAApril 6, 2015
it was a very busy store always work to do even on down times... i enjoyed every minute with the company the associates whre very friendly..store was always clean i can only say the hardest part was parting ways for a better carreer choice
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I do not recommend
Sales associate (Former Employee), Jacksonville NCApril 5, 2015
Pros: some nice coworkers
Cons: everything else seriously
Working at Ross was not a pleasant experience for me. If it wasn't for some of the nice co workers I had it would have been even worse. Management had their favorites and chose to pay attention to them over anyone even if others were doing a good job. There was a lot of politics going on. Pay was low especially since we were not allowed to take off for 2 months during the holidays! Not only was I unable to visit my family out of state but I also didn't get paid any extra at all. There was very little work/life balance. I also had school and would sometimes get called while I was IN my classes asking me to come in because someone yet again called out. I also felt like they treated me as a body there to work. I had experience with customers and cashiering but yet I placed in the fitting room 99% of the time. It was very boring back there and they did not care how I felt as long as they had a body there to work.I was told upon hiring that I was going to be at the front end but that rarely happened. And if you want to get off work ON TIME when your shift is over DONT count on it. There were many times where someone didn't show up so I had to stay after and pick up their slack. I could go on and on about how bad it was there. Just do yourself a favor and avoid them at all costs.
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Good company
Stock/Sales Clerk (Former Employee), Auburn, CAApril 4, 2015
Not a bad place to work for. Recommended for students and people who just wanna make extra money. The schedule is flexible and the discount is great.
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Fun to go to work
Sales/Cashier (Former Employee), Watsonville, CAApril 3, 2015
Pros: built experience
Cons: some were unprofessional and i am all about being professional
Everyday retail task were assigned.
Gave me really good retail experience.
Most of the management was amazing built really grate friendships but also keep it professional same with co workers.
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Ok job
SALES ASSOCIATE (Current Employee), AlantaApril 3, 2015
Cons: They really dont give hours and they dont work with your school schedule
I Have had better jobs. they do not schedule you many hours and do not work with your school schedule.

I worked until 2 am some days and I dont believe that my checks showed for it. I was mostly only given 4-5 hour shifts all at night and I was always called in on school days. they always got upset when I stated that i was in school. I am in need of a new job
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Great Company
Store Manager (Current Employee), Houston, TXApril 3, 2015
Pros: Great Boss
Cons: Opportunity
Learn to be diversified, fast pace environment. Great staff and customers. The company concept of treasure hunt is great.

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