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Supervisor, Part-Time

Barnes & Noble College Booksellers Oxford, GA

Supervisor (Part-Time) We’re looking for people with premium-brand retail store experience who want to work and be part of a premier campus… Beyond.com


23 days ago

Department Manager-General Merchandise

Barnes and Noble College Booksellers, LLC. Atlanta, GA

Department Manager-General Merchandise Salary Commensurate with Experience Were looking for people with premium-brand retail store experience who are… Monster


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    Former Employee - Technology Store Sales Representative  in  Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Technology Store Sales Representative in Atlanta, GA

    I worked at Barnes & Noble College Bookstores part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Most managers actually care about the employees.
    The discounted Starbucks was a huge perk and I legitimately miss having that.

    Cons

    My first day of training, the manager put me downstair in front of a register by myself. No working walkie-talkies. I had never used the system before.
    There were a few managers that were just nasty people. One manager would talk bad about employees behind their back, but never confront the employees themselves.
    Dangerous place to work. There are always robberies - especially with gangs.
    Terrible pay.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Actually train your employees. Frankly, it's dangerous.
    Increase pay. Most days, I would say we deserved double the pay for what we did.
    Store managers need to have a stricter code to go by in terms of how they communicate with employees.

    Doesn't Recommend