Value Village Employee Reviews for Customer Service Representative
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Very routine and little room is given for innovation. A strict compliance to how it has always been and huge distraction to how it could be made better. Employees well being is not treated as it should neglecting the popular thought that you as made by the talent within your organisation.
I was here for a few years. Lots and lots of favoritism throughout the entire store. If you work hard you get dumped on. I was spoken to unprofessionally by managers many times throughout my job at Value Village. Including when I quit. In fact I was laughed at. There are no boundaries. I do not recommend working here.
coworkers are lovely, employee discount
treated unfairly, behind-back talking, short hours
career i would reccomend to avoid this employer. Great people to work with and 50% off merchandise and free pizza on sale days and free christmas meals. Aside from all that they treat the employees like slaves, give lackluster and leave stores untidy and constant complaints from customers. VERY HIGH TURN OVER RATE!!
lack of hours
Understanding management, friendly work atmosphere and supportive staff, working for a cause is always good, organized and clean environment too, loved working here,
Stay out of possible drama due to the amount of personalities in one workplace
Management is horrible Coworkers r very nice though. Fun environment to work with. The employee discount is good. Supervisors are always over worked. Customers are always complaining the prices are too high
Employee discount 50% discount
Too much qork and not organised most of the time. Supervisors are over worked
Management would goof sometimes which was really frustrating. The warehouse-like environment was super awful for me. My coworkers were pre cool though and so was one of my supervisors so that made it bearable. Still, I sure didn't working my butt off at school all day and then having to go to work to support the family. Moral of the story is, do fast food. But, thanks for the job anyhow, value village.
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Not a bad place to work, people are fairly friendly with a fast paced environment. Opportunities for advancement with bonuses and sometimes exciting contests to keep morale up. Halloween is the best time to work here.
cramped work environments
Overall, a pretty nice retail job, relatively nice benefits like with any other, there are horrible, idiotic customers, on a daily basis sale days are horrible, customers are like vultures, and they leave a disaster on the sales floor, like literally 50% of everything is on the ground, and you gotta pick it up, while also balancing cashier duties, where the lines are also hectic
Paid sick days and vacation
hectic sale days
Had a good time working here, the people were nice and the management team was friendly. Caring people and treat you like family. A bit dusty and kind of dirty a lot of the time working downstairs but was a good job.
they bought pizza about once a month, had a good coffee and hot chocolate machine for the workers.
not high enough pay
Your only there to make management look good, you mean nothing to the company and your opinion means even less then that. They hold you back so that you can't move up in the company and put down any and all work that you do. It has been the most unhappiest place I've ever been employed
Meet lots of different people
Bad management, hours that stop you from having any type of personal life
The management at Value Village were not receptive to the fact that employees, especially student employees, had other demands on their time. Employees were expected to live and breathe the company, even when they were part-time and minimum wage. Frequently yearly reviews were put off many months in order to avoid having to give an employee a raise.
Discount on products