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They do background checks even though it is not mentioned in the interview .

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All positions in the store require customer service, so dress with this in mind. No active wear is allowed (no hoodies, sweat pants, yoga pants). No tights, unless they are under a dress, skirt or shorts; skirts and shorts must reach the knee. No tank tops, unless under a cardigan. No sandals, for safety (broken glass, etc.). No head wear unless it is religious, or part of company uniform (Community Donation Center Attendants and Recyclers only). All clothing must be clean and in good repair (no torn jeans). No prominent company logos on clothing. It's a pretty easy dress code, and if you're not sure if something is going to be appropriate, either choose something else or discuss it with your manager first. The dress code policy is reviewed before people start work.

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There is some degree of nepotism and insolent management with really low standards. They will team up and fabricate lies in order to make you quit. People, even supervisors, generally don't stay longer than few years or months, with some exceptions. Hard, honest labour doesn't mean more money.

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I applied on their company website and waited a week, and then went in with my resume in store and got a interview for the following day. They called me back 3 days after the interview to tell me i was hired. I would recommend waiting for them to be hiring any position before applying and going in.

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You get 50% off clothing shoes bed and bath then 30% off everything else

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Nobody knows they change it everyday.

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With the way their prices keep rising drastically, I doubt they'll continue to be the leading thrift store for long

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