Goodwill Jobs & Careers in Onalaska, WI

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30+ days ago

Seasonal Sales Associate (La Crosse

Goodwill Onalaska, WI

As a seasonal team member, we will offer you competitive pay, paid training, flexible hours, and generous team member discounts in our retail stores… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sales Associate (La Crosse

Goodwill Onalaska, WI

The Sales Associate in Onalaska is responsible for general store related duties including operating a cash register, providing excellent customer… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Donation Attendant (La Crosse

Goodwill Onalaska, WI

• Greets all donors with enthusiasm and accepts their donations in a courteous manner. • Unloads donations from… Glassdoor

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    Decent place to work, friendly people, not the greatest communication from management.

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    Former Employee - Donation Attendant in Eugene, OR
    Former Employee - Donation Attendant in Eugene, OR

    I worked at Goodwill part-time (more than 3 years)


    They worked around my school schedule, giving me plenty of hours during the school year and letting me work full time in the summer. They actually let people work enough hours to be full time which is better than I can say for a lot of other retail and related jobs, and from what I'm told the benefits aren't terrible.


    I worked in a little independent donation center on the weekends so possibly this is just unique to my situation, but communication from management was just about non existent. Over the 4 years I was there I can count the number of times I met with my supervisor on two hands. Employee turnover is high. By the time I left I was one of the most senior people I knew. Crazy busy in the summer, crazy slow in the winter.

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    Communication with the employees who actually interact with your customers is important. When they don't know what to say, customers get the run-around, get frustrated, and then get lost.

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