Kmart Jobs & Careers in Bridgehampton, NY

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3 days ago

Loss Prevention Associate – new

Kmart Bridgehampton, NY +2 locations

Jobs in this category responsible for providing excellent customer service, protecting company assets through activities in safety, inventory… Snagajob

7 days ago

Softlines Merchandiser

Kmart Bridgehampton, NY

Makes eye contact, smiles and greets all customers that come within 10 feet. Demonstrates take the customer to the merchandise policy. Assists in… Snagajob

7 days ago

Hardlines Merchandiser

Kmart Bridgehampton, NY

Provides "World Class" Member Service by surprising and delighting our members every day. Creates feature displays that maximize gross margin… Snagajob

7 days ago


Kmart Bridgehampton, NY +2 locations

Responsible for providing excellent customer service, efficiently and accurately completing sales and service transactions at the cash wraps, as well… Snagajob

7 days ago

Overnight Replenishment Associate

Kmart Bridgehampton, NY +2 locations

Jobs in the category are responsible for replenishing and relocating merchandise on and off the sales floor. Some essential duties include organizing… Snagajob

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    Good for a job, not a career

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    Current Employee - Assistant Store Manager in Bridgehampton, NY
    Current Employee - Assistant Store Manager in Bridgehampton, NY

    I have been working at Kmart full-time (more than 10 years)


    Flexible schedule to work around school.


    Minimal pay for hourly employees. If you are able to become a salaried employee, initial pay is good but then raises are minimal to non existent. Also after you become salary, hours become very unreasonable. You have to trade your family life for a steady paycheck. CEO shows no interest in reinvesting into his own company, budget cuts take priority over customer service leaving practically no one in the store to help the customer amongst a staff that is already stretched too thin. Store closings prevent opportunity for advancement in order to make more money to make up for the lack of raises. Medical benefits are awful and combined with the lack of raises/advancement make it practically impossible to have this as a career so you can have a family. In short, a good place to work around your school schedule so you can work towards a career worth having.

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    Reinvest in the company, better benefits, raises for employees and more opportunity for advancement. People are reluctant to work hard when you are unlikely to be rewarded.

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