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Ross Stores Reviews

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Ross Stores CEO Barbara Rentler
Barbara Rentler
63 Ratings
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Baltimore, MD
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Baltimore, MD

    I worked at Ross Stores full-time (More than a year)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    some great people, DM was top notch until he left the company. GM caliber is very good across stores, if they are sub-par they WILL NOT make it.
    LP is over emphasized, but effective.
    pace of day is fast so time flies by
    scheduler allows for plentiful front end associates so Mgmt. is kept free to manage or assist in troubled areas of stores.

    Cons

    unrealistic payroll allocations for receiving and processing clothing
    barely employable associates are kept to receiving end of business and everyone suffers, tons of call outs and personal issues daily in almost every store
    bombardment of mdse at times, all of which is time-consuming to process. sweatshop workers wanted!

    Advice to Management

    No matter how good your store looks and improves recovery wise- Dallas-based upper management will blame YOU for all things astray in your store with zero regard to your own personal commitment level and care. If they show up in your building, start job hunting because your time is short. and they are looking to remove DM, GM's, AM's. Payroll constraints choke freight processing to the point of hopelessness.


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