Costco Wholesale Employee Reviews in Etobicoke, ON
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Exposure to various departments and business processes was the biggest boon of program. However program structure varies between person to person. Very enjoyable learning about each department and interacting with members at various points.
It was great experience working in this organisation. it was a very good company with lovely staff & everyone are co-operative. I got many challenging opportunities to learn & to prove.
Handling and organizing transactions given by customers (receipts, debit transactions, cash back) Effective and reliable communication with customers Maintain cashier area, keep clean and tidy Help customers with merchandise they are looking for and other questions they may have
Working at Costco is like working with your friends. The atmosphere and management are very friendly towards you and will take all the necessary steps in insuring the employee has a safe and fun working environment.
Extra pay on Sun and overtime
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I came in and skewered, roasted, packaged, then labeled chickens followed by dish washing and cleaning the service deli area. Ending the day by making pot pies for the next day and bringing in the departments stock from the delivery trucks.
I really enjoyed working at Costco. The atmosphere was very friendly. I learned a lot of things in the pharmacy, in the beginning it was hard for me since i did not have experience in pharmacies. But now i know my way very well.
nice co workers
customers believe that they own the workers because they pay for membership
Working at Costco is all about multitasking. The seniors are very helpful and if one is willing they can learn and rise quickly.
The managers and co-workers are good people, and the benefits are impressive. The warehouse was always busy so it taught me how to balance my time. There is always work to be done, but managers are very understanding. The hardest part of the job is hours. There is no set schedule, whether it be finishing an eight hour shift at noon, or finishing one at midnight. Can get difficult planning life around shifts.The best part of the job was talking and meeting all the different members. Hearing different stories is just fascinating.
Going to work, doing your job and going home is a typical work day, nothing special. Cleaning methods, regulations, and WHMIS training. Management was mostly fine with the exception of certain managers who are arbitrary and uncaring towards their workers. Co-workers in the Maintenance department are mixed, two excellent workers and two lazy ones. The hardest part of the job was the long hours of walking all over the store for hours on end. The most enjoyable part of the job was the satisfaction of making areas around the warehouse spotless and pleasant to be in.
Free sample food, long hours, good rest.
Problematic co-workers and management.
It was very high-pace working required a lot of physical activity, but it wasn't a problem for me. I liked to deal with customers, co-workers. Only one thing was really bothering me when some of our managers sent me to do works not connected with customer service at all, such as weeding and sweeping outside. By the way, I wasn't warned about any possibility of these duties-activities during hiring process. The most enjoyable part of the job was marketing when I was convincing Costco's members to switch they membership cards to new more beneficial for them. Because of this I improved significantly my customer service skill.
Benefits, work environment.
Working outside sometimes.
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