Stocker (Former Employee) – Costco Heritage – 26 March 2018
Good management that respects rights and needs of employee. A great place to work with all standards and rules in place to keep everyone safe. Very comfortable environment with locker rooms and staff rooms to take a break.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 March 2018
i leand from this job is to how to promote the product and how to comvience the consumer to sell the product and reach at the goal of selling.The hardest part is to handle the more than one people at same time . The most enjoyable part is the appriciation of people.
Cashier/Frontend Assistant (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 19 March 2018
Like you all know, Costco is a very busy place to work and customer service is the number priority of the company. A typical day at work is going into work and helping the customers by putting them through. I learnt the beauty of excellent customer service. Management is very good as they are easily accessible . They have a very good workplace culture as you have a good diversity of nations working there and everybody works as a team. There was no hard part to my job. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you render wonderful customer service.
Morning Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Edmonton, Alberta – 12 March 2018
Costco is overall a decent company to work with. However, the starting pay is not at all very good, it takes a while to get to a decent wage, get full-time work or benefits and the hours are pretty daunting if you work morning (you start at 4am). Work is very fasted paced and depending on your position, very labour intensive. The management are all fairly friendly and they do have an open door policy.
Free membership, good management, benefits after some time