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Costco is a great environment to work in, very spacious, hours are flexible and the pay rate is great, they offer a pension plan, benefits after 4 months, etc. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with people I get a long with very well, the training process was very easy so I had no issue learning brand new things at this work place.
Hourly wages, Flexible hours, great communication with co-workers
Job isn't bad if a culture of everyone pull together existed but the highest paid tend to do the least amount of work and seniority is key. If you start as a teenager it probably is a great opportunity and I can understand how people will defend the company ethos from that perspective. I am a pretty open and hard working individual and striving to have balance in this but in my experience the hard work will take years and years to pay off so would only recommend to someone young or in a stable situation financially looking for a second income to a household. I know decent hardworking people who have worked years there and are still part time, which should really indicate to you the priorities and balance of the employer/employee relationship.
Some good people and free memebership
Part time status infinitely looms
Depending on who you worked with your shift could’ve went one of two ways, if you were in good company the shift could breeze by as fast as it started if you’re working with less than cooperative coworkers/ management then it can feel like an eternity. Without giving specifics there was incompetence all around. Honestly it’s a good company to work for but you won’t always be in good Company if that makes any sense... it depends on the location and the hours that you’ll be working everybody’s miserable and just trying to do their best but don’t expect to actually climb up in the ranks without as*-kissing. Generally I would say stay away from any department that deals with food and just try and get Merch or front end or even lot.Allow me to end off by saying not every individual is bad there are a lot of good people in the store who more than on one occasion have been an asset to the company and have shown true good work ethic, that goes for management as well. those people know who they are they are, the backbone of the company they are the foundation of what makes Costco a good company to work for.
Benefits, paid sick days, paid vacation
Frequent sick calls from coworkers, Having to close down department by yourself without help most of the time, coming home soaked in blood and meet all the way from your knees down to your boots
I enjoyed my time at Costco but I felt like I did not receive enough training. when I did make a mistake I explained that I needed more training but never got it. I felt it was very "clicky" with the groups of people that worked there. I was very fortunate with the people that I had worked with.
pay was decent
not enough training
On any day at work it consisted of, packing the meats, organization of the floor, and assisting the cutters with anything they would need to be done, as well as member service. learn to time different tasks. Had an unbelievable work team including the boss. But the most difficult thing was to fullfil member needs. The new people and cooworkers I worked with was one of the most memrible things at working at Costco.
good benefits. cheap drinks and food aswell as gas.
some members were grumpy, hard to satisfy.
been at Costco for almost a year and so far so good. however the shifts all all over the place. close till 10pm then open at 6 then a mid day shift. its hard to plan around in advance the hours are not bad guaranteed 25 hours a week as a new hire but can get up to 40 going from department to department
great working conditions
It is a relaxed place to work, although not enough that a person can be lazy. People are always friendly and willing to jump in and help from other departments. There is always room for advancement which is really nice, there is almost a constant opportunity to learn more and improve.
- arrive at 5am then set up station. Rewrap meat from the day before and refill counters before opening. Feed the machine until 1pm. -I learned there are jobs in this world that no one wants but need to be done -management was not good. I showed up the first day for training along with 2 others but no one knew there was a training session. I was told I was being hired for a part time position by my manager but worked 40hr/week. - the hardest part was the repetitiveness of lifting trays of meat in and out of the machine. It was both monotonous and physically exhausting. - the most enjoyable bart of the job was rushing to fill the counters before opening then feeling a sense of accomplishment once it was done.
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