Costco Wholesale Employee Reviews in Langford, BC
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it was a really wonderful experience working at Costco and have learned a lot working over there but the higher management was not helpful at all and they frequently change
I worked at Costco for the Christmas season, and honestly it was horrible. I was a front end packer and it was really hard work. I also spent hours outside in the dark in the pouring rain collecting carts. Would come back inside soaked to the bone. Working hear was like 20 grit sandpaper on my mental health. 10/10 not a good time.
Great management and leadership, great staff that are willing to teach and work with you, and lots of room to grow. Costco has different shifts for your lifestyle and has great benefits and wages.
management and staff are great
starts off minimum wage for 4 am shifts
Un plesant work environment, hostile management, low base wage with a long long time required before much advancement. No respect for new employees
Consistantly busy, incredibly un pleasant management, no flexibility in scheduling, low base wage. If you put in a number of years your pay becomes quite good, and the benefits are good, but the actual work environment is incredibly toxic.
no scheduling flexibility
Excellent place to work, but pointlessly inflexible with regards to scheduling. They will not work around anything, and even if they can only give you the minimum 25 hours of work per week, you will work those 25 hours over five days at inconsistent times of the day. Other than that, for what it is it's great.
Great benefits, energetic culture, no nonsense attitude
Inflexible schedule, pointless rules abound
Most days were fast paced. Scheduling was frequently inflexible, understandably due to nature of employment (members of the team with more seniority filled earlier shifts with junior members getting short or late-hour shifts). Management, though friendly, was often too busy to immediately discus employee concerns. High turn-over of staff (especially during seasonal hiring) led to few meaningful interactions between staff.
Cement flooring was hard on joints/back.
I started of as a fuel dock attendant, then became a fishing guide in the peek season. Then became a second key holder, with involved filling of contracts, end of day deposits, all the locking and securing of the building at the end of day.
Interacting with the public and tourist
Not very good pay
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