Questions and Answers about Savers/Value Village

Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at Savers/Value Village.

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Bored, need new job experience.

Answered - Customer Service Officer/ Retail Clerk (Current Employee) - Newmarket, ON

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Negative culture.

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Not a rewarding enough pay.

Answered - Cashier / Shelf Stocking (Former Employee) - Halifax, NS

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Cannot accommodate with my availability anymore , looking for more $ to support my family specially i am a single mother

Answered - Sales Clerk (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON

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Treated as a robot to hit targets rather than a person. Don’t even bother trying to have a family life or other responsibilities. You’re told a work/life balance is encouraged but then you’re penalized if you have a personal issue arise.

Answered - Production/ Operations (Former Employee) - New Minas, NS

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*Family urgent
*appointment

Answered - Production worker (Former Employee) - Langley, BC

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No room for advancement unless you are a favourite of specific management staff.

Answered - Production Supervisor/Front End Supervisor (Current Employee) - Edmonton, AB

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The employees are expected to fulfill obligations in unrealistic time frames.
Have stupid on call shifts that the employee scheduled for and has to call in for and if not needed won't get paid for it.
They decide whether you get the time off you request even if it is medically necessary.
The only good thing about this company is that the employee discount is awesome. The hours sucked and it is a minimum wage job.

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Poor management

Answered - Cashier and Customer Service (Former Employee) - St. Albert, AB

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Safety issues and not enough time off for loved ones on their death bed.

Answered - Donation Receiver (Former Employee) - West Kelowna, BC

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