Cashier/Customer Service in Toronto, ON
Its a good experienced for me to work on that kind of fieldLike what I've said, it's a good experienced for me and also too much bosses working at Value Village, every bosses they have their own different wants and instructions.
Cashier and Customer Service in Timmins, ON
It was extremely stressful very short-staffed and chaoticIt was absolutely insane we were really short staffed everywhere management was crazy always had someone down your back about everything and no slack whatsoever if you have bad anxiety like me don't take this job
Production Working here is not something I would recommend. The best thing about it is the food selection on my lunch break and drive being not to far from my home. I feel like no one cares about your day and your expected to work as if the company is in your hands. It's also extremely unfair how they treat leaving on time like it is a privilege when in reality I should be able to go home exactly when I'm scheduled to everyday. Do I get paid overtime you ask? no.
Sales Clerk in Peterborough, ON
Horrible unfriendly and biased staffI worked at VV in Peterborough for over two years, and there was not a time which I enjoyed it. The environment eerily mirrored tv high school- with cliques and favorites for every manager. Value Village offers yearly raises, but that's about the only benefit to working there.
Front End Supervisor in Burlington, ON
Management pacifies customers over defending their cashiersI'm a supervisor here and I think I'm one of the only ones who cares about team member morale. Upper management isn't afraid to make TMs cry, and doesn't have any consideration for their emotions ("leave it at the door" mentality) especially and including in times of crisis such as bereavement time, and harassment within the workplace. It's all allowed as long as you're making the company money, and your wage only increases by a max of 2 or 3 percent each year.