Cabela's Inc.
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Customer Service Associate / Cashier hourly salaries in Canada at Cabela's Inc.

Job Title
Average salary
$14.15 per hour
Meets national average
Average $14.15
Low $12.68
High $15.78

Salary estimated from 3 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

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Reviews about Pay & benefits for Customer Service Associate / Cashier at Cabela's Inc.

Biased Workplace and Poor Management

Biased management who will only have their favourites at Customer Service and will have the rest work at cash and do other tasks. Unfair job workload, always have to stay 15 min later than your actual shift, breaks are always late, and a very toxic environment to be in. I learned that there are certain workers that is very much favoured in this workplace who will get rewarded for absolutely not doing anything.


Employee discounts, free meals, hours, salary


poor management, unorganized
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A good job to start at but dont expect to be there long term

Cabelas was a really great place to work, I really really enjoyed it the coworkers really made it all worth while. at first the management was very responsive and helpful but after awhile I noticed they were very flawed. no one ever really communicates with eachother and you are unlikely to ever move up in the company unless you work the same job there for like 5 years. The atmosphere was lovely but after about 2 years there I couldnt go anymore, management would make me spend my lunch breaks crying in the bathroom because of how i was treated and their benefits are only half worth it. alot of the managers have an awful attitude especially those working HR. the morning rallies were always exciting. I could say so much more but this is already getting long.if you want a temporary job then i would say work here.if you are a student I wouldnt recommend unless you are okay with working 2 shifts a week.i was over worked and undercompensated and felt extremely invisible and unwanted within the company. I was hired for seasonal temp and was kept on and once christmas was over they didnt care about me anymore. I worked 40 hour weeks sometimes even 48-50 hour weeks for almost 8 months straight and didnt once get recognition for anything I did. I was the most reliable and was called in frequently and not even a thank you was given. I did get a raise after each year there which was a handful of cents.


Free Lunches when working holidays


Long hours and hardly any recognition
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Bad Management, but sometimes cool co-workers.

Management has no clue. There is a strong culture of indifference with them. They don't communicate with you or train you appropriately. You literally just have to figure out stuff on your own, as you go, because nobody is really there to assist you. "Cash pickups" (where excess cash is removed from registers for security purposes) are NOT done with any haste or regularity. Management always just excuses their behavior, stating they're busy. But they'll always demand you drop whatever you're doing to do whatever they ask of you. Typical double-standards.Some of your co-workers are pretty cool, but many others (on cash at least) can get super lazy because management never pays attention (E.g., younger cashiers chatting with one another rather than assisting customers. Very frustrating.)Unfortunately, you do not receive positive feedback. You will generally only hear from someone if you're doing something negative, or not good enough. If you've ever seen Office Space (the movie), specifically the scene with Jennifer Aniston involving her amount of "flair," you understand the culture of Cabelas. (E.g., you are required to ask each customer for their postal code. I was told not to say 'Can I grab your postal code?' on account of 'grab' was considered too aggressive.)The company also intentionally only hires part-time to avoid paying benefits, which should be an indication as to how much they value you as a person. If you're a retiree, semi-retired, or high-school student, this job is ideal to keep away the boredom / earn some minimum wage. But trying to live - 


Employee Discount, Cool Physical Setup of Store


Bad Management, Part-Time Hours Only, Minimum Wage, No Benefits
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Average Cabela's Inc. Customer Service Associate / Cashier hourly pay in Canada is approximately $14.15, which meets the national average.

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