Morning Merchandise Stocker/Safety Representative (Current Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 16 August 2018
Working at Costco for the morning merchandise shift has been pleasant. Time goes by quickly when you start between 4 and 5 a.m. The current set of management has stalled with the development of employees who want to continue to climb their well constructed company ladder and frustrations are beginning to show. The other shifts and departments are flourishing with warehouses consternating opening and being constructed. Overall, Costco is one of the better companies out there.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 18 July 2018
Not a bad place to work if you get a job in the right department. Morning Merchandising was difficult with the requirement to start your day at 3am. Hard to get the easy jobs that everyone wants like standing at the door looking at receipts.
Hearing Aid Clinic Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Sherwood Park, AB – 17 July 2018
Great place to work, coworkers are great, management good. Just about impossible to get Full time though. Too many full time longtime employees so new employees stay at part time for years and years waiting for a full time position to be available.
Customer Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 16 July 2018
Excellent summer student program; great place of employment for anyone who seeks to grow within a company. It is competitive to get into and hard to manage as a student outside of summer student program (at my location it was difficult to manage school and employment)
Optician/Contact Lens Fitter (Current Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 16 July 2018
Overall Costco has amazing people working there! Most are hard workers who do their job and seem to enjoy themselves. The company itself offers a lot of benefits and really tries to take care of its employees. It is a great place to work. Not all department managers are the easiest to work with and that can make your day challenging, but the company is set up in a way that encourages you to be able to speak to those who are higher up to ensure you can work efficiently.
costco summary A day on the job at costco Whole sale
CASHIER ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – Windsor, ON – 16 July 2018
A day at work would be helping the cashier put the groceries back in the cart cleaning up the store and putting items back on the floor. I learned that that when you clock out late or clock out late on your break you have to sign this book that's in the hr office. Management is really nice to all their employees they treat us really well there. The workplace culture is you'll never be bored they'll always have something for us to do. the most hardest part of the job is lifting heavy objects when doing putting items back on the floor like the flooring and dog food and most definitely the water. the most enjoyable part of my job is the people I get to work with or the people I get to see. I see a lot of people I know.
everyone is super nice to employees with special needs
Deli Clerk (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 14 July 2018
Too much work and not enough workers. Very cold environment. If you didnt work fast enough, you got yelled at. Was 6 months pregnant at the time and had taken 2 sick days over a month and a half period and that resulted in termination. Employees are amazing but the management sucks.