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    If it wasn't for my coworkers, I'd be out of here.

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    I have been working at Books-A-Million


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    Joe muggs
    I work at one of the top stores in the United States
    My bosses work hard to make us feel like a family


    -The discount cards are too expensive and we shouldn't force costumers to buy them.
    -It's silly that I can be written up for not getting my goal on magazines when people clearly know it's a scam.
    -Donations, while good in theory, suck. People don't want to donate to a million organizations every time they come in.
    -We are a bookstore. I love books. This is why I chose this job. Discount cards and magazines are not books and that's all I do.
    -Books A Million claims to be a Christian cooperation, yet we work thanksgiving and Christmas eve? No. Barnes and Nobel are even closed then. That's just not right.
    -We have a man we work with that constantly crosses the line with costumers about religion. Yet our bosses have been ordered by upper management to not do anything about this because they're scared of him. How illegal is this?

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    You need to take your employees into more consideration. As a dying product, books are becoming extinct. We are already pushing going out of business for that simple fact. We need to do everything we can to stay in business which means, stop with the damn magazines at least. And make cards at least $20 or something cheaper.

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