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Goodwill President and CEO Jim Gibbons
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    Loved the job, but you can't stay forever.

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    Former Employee - Cashier/Sales Associate in Beaver Dam, WI
    Former Employee - Cashier/Sales Associate in Beaver Dam, WI

    I worked at Goodwill part-time (more than a year)


    Decent upper management. You did receive employee discounts on already cheap items. Able to learn about products since they are constantly changing and you don't see the same thing every day. Everyone is very friendly. (I only had problems with one manager.. but every business has something!) I loved what I did and the people I was around, but I had to leave when I found a better paying offer. You can't stay in retail all your life!


    Softlines production/hardlines production/donations attendant is very repetitive but you have a co-worker across the table to be able to talk to for most of the day.
    Sales associates get a decent amount put on their shoulders. They are checking people out, putting softlines/hardlines away when they are not busy at the registers. Rotating out old inventory. Organizing items. Helping customers. It is a decent amount, but usually not too hard to handle. If you get backed up they would usually send people out from the back.
    Pay is decent for retail, hard to get full-time status.

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    Not too much, everything seemed to run smoothly. There is one manager that causes problems with employees and no-one really likes.

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