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30+ days ago

eCommerce Director - Fulfillment Operations

Bed Bath and Beyond Inc. Las Vegas, NV

Great opportunity for an experienced distribution operations leader to have an immediate impact on a growing portion of our business. The Director… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Outbound Manager

Bed Bath and Beyond Inc. Las Vegas, NV

1.Promotes a positive working environment which fosters open communication at all level of the operation. 2.Daily owner for ensuring all order are… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Maintenance Manager

Bed Bath and Beyond Inc. Las Vegas, NV

Developing and managing cost effective, preventative maintenance programs for all material handling equipment (e.g., electrical conveyor, automated… CareerBuilder

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Bed Bath & Beyond CEO and Director Steve Temares
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    I worked at Bed Bath & Beyond


    If you know how to take care of customers in every way, work at Bed Bath and Beyond. If not they will instill in you the culture that got BBB recognized for great customer service. Great team atmosphere and overall good place to work.


    Management is not always on the same page, ie: not all focus on global approach, rather just there own departments/areas of the store. Moving up from within is sometimes diffucult, but doable. It is better to know someone in the store already to get in the door, but all up to you to do the rest. Pay rate is too low to get high quality applicants to start.

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    Try to be on the same page! Help all others out within the store vs. just your area. If you get someone that you think will be a future manager within the company, cultivate him/her and teach them everything you know so they don't fail when they get there.

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