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accounting assistant/bookkeeper

Linens International Inc. Muntinlupa, National Capital Region +2 locations

- required skill(s)MS Excel, MS Word- must possess at least a Bachelor's/College degree, Finance/Accountancy or equivalent - applicants must be… Glassdoor


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    Do yourself a favor...look elsewhere for a company

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    Former Employee - Assistant Manager in Upland, CA
    Former Employee - Assistant Manager in Upland, CA

    I worked at Anna's Linens full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Flexible Scheduling in most locations, though will vary on who the manager is and how much he/she likes you. Great co-workers if you are lucky.

    Cons

    Extremely low pay, even in management positions. No holiday pay. Low hours for part time employees, even those in supervisor positions. Extremely stressful working conditions. Extremely unprofessional management teams, and downright incompetent corporate teams. No benefits, even if you are full time. Unless you are a store manager or work for corporate, don't expect any sort of medical/dental/etc even if you are full time supervisor or assistant manager. No full week sick time for assistant managers, you get 24 hours which is not even an entire full time week, supervisors and clerks get nothing. Constant cutting of hours *during* the work week. Favoritism even though it is against policy. You can be moved locations without your consent or agreement, you will not be paid for extra mileage or given any sort of incentives, if you refuse...you can be force demoted or even fired. No current opportunities to move up in the company, corporate hires from outside or hires friends of people already there, no growth in-stores due to low business, stores are closing; also due to cuts in staffing and hours. Merchandise is extremely poor quality, sometimes you have to handle merchandise which is wet or moldy (due to the way they are shipped) this could be quite hazardous to your health. Also stores are not maintained very well, takes a lot of effort to get something fixed; had to endure several 90+ heat days with no A/C while corporate argued who would pay the bill. Store equipment can be old and faulty and not replaceable (i.e. ladders) which can be quite dangerous as you are often required to up stock merchandise by yourself, this merchandise can be heavy and bulky and difficult to manage. Injuries at work are frequent, and there have been several lawsuits filed due to non-payment or refusal to cover workers comp cases, work here at your own risk. There has also been several issues with proper payment, and lawsuits to get it.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please train your store management in how to handle employees and customers. I have seen management in your company with over 20+ years "experience" who were completely incompetent, unprofessional, and illiterate. Perhaps a solid training program would help your company out, yes even if it costs you money. If it wasn't for the rest of the crew constantly fixing her mistakes that store would not run on a daily basis. Complaints go completely unheard, nothing does anything about them. Corporate staff should be mandated to work in a store for at least a month, doing what store staff does so they see that some of the things they ask for are nearly impossible to accomplish in the time frames they make up.

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