Yes, but only after they are hired for permanent part-time. And they actually make 19 after the probationary period if they are permanently hired.
Answered - Stocker (Former Employee) - Mississauga, ON
Yes, wages are increased according to hours worked, 16.00 per hour and more can be met.
Answered - Merchandising/Stock Person (Current Employee) - Edmonton, AB
Not starting wage, after a few years of working then yes
Answered - Front End Assistant (Current Employee) - Burnaby, BC
I believe so,
Answered - Front End Assistant (Current Employee) - Guelph/Eramosa, ON
Every employee starts at the same rate of pay. Merchandisers get paid the same amount as a cashier or food court assistant. The pay scale goes up by hours worked not based on skills or areas unless you are a forklift driver or supervisor. I am a merchandiser and make well over 16 an hour because I have worked for the company long enough to move through the scales.
Answered - PM Merchandiser/ Cashier (Current Employee) - Surrey, BC