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30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager I

Office Depot Oklahoma City, OK

* _The Assistant Store Manager I will be in Stores between $2.4M and $7.0M_* The Assistant Store Manager I will partner with the Store Manager to… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Logistics Specialist

Office Depot Midwest City, OK +2 locations

The Logistics Specialist (LS) is responsible for providing an exceptional in-store customer service experience by acknowledging customers in their… Beyond.com


10 days ago

Logistics Associate

Office Depot Edmond, OK +2 locations

The Logistics Specialist (LS) is responsible for providing an exceptional in-store customer service experience by acknowledging customers in their… Beyond.com


30 days ago

Lead Sales Consultant Operations Trainee

Office Depot Oklahoma City, OK

The Lead Consultant - Operations Trainee, will beresponsible for freight and logistics activities within the store. This person will partner with the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sales Consultant

Office Depot Oklahoma City, OK +3 locations

The Sales Consultant is responsible for engaging and providing an exceptional customer service experience. The associate must quickly build ongoing… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Senior Sales Consultant Print Services

Office Depot Oklahoma City, OK +3 locations

The Sr. Sales Consultant, Copy Print Depot is typically a full-time role and the person in this position will be responsible for engaging and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Stores Management (P) North Oklahoma City OK

Office Depot Oklahoma City, OK

include: •Operating as brand ambassadors with the ability to inform, educate, and communicate Office Depot brand attributes better than anyone else… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Stores Management (P) Greater South Oklahoma City OK Market

Office Depot Oklahoma City, OK

include: •Operating as brand ambassadors with the ability to inform, educate, and communicate Office Depot brand attributes better than anyone else… Glassdoor


30 days ago

Lead Sales Consultant Cust Exp Trainee

Office Depot Oklahoma City, OK

The Lead Sales Consultant-Customer Experience Trainee, will partner with the management team in driving a memorable customer experience through… Glassdoor


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    Easy job, horrible company

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    Current Employee - Department Manager  in  Oklahoma City, OK
    Current Employee - Department Manager in Oklahoma City, OK

    I have been working at Office Depot full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Ok for part time people.
    It is an easy job, if you can force yourself to not care about your work environment or upper management treating you like garbage.

    Cons

    This company is horrible to work for. With the roll out of their new program, ISCE (In-Store Customer Experience), the company on a store level has gone drastically down hill. You are forced to audibly track every customer in the store, at all times. If you don't do this, you will get written up. Assistant and Store managers are required to sit in the parking lot and listen to the radio chatter to ensure the employees are constantly talking. Also, they track how many people come into the store compared to how many purchases there are. You must also maintain an average transaction dollar amount. These things are what determine your evaluation at the end of the year also. So if customers come in and don't buy stuff because the prices, that you don't determine, are too high. Well, no raise for you.

    Also, if you have any problems with higher up people, good luck getting a problem solved, they either black list you or fire you (I have worked with a few highers that will try to work with you, but very few).

    If you are in management, you better sign up for an unlimited texting plan. I receive at least 10 texts each day - even on my off days, telling me how the store is doing, what we, as managers, are doing wrong, things that need to be corrected. About 1 out 10 of these messages will be positive.

    Also, if you have any extra activities or family plans outside of your work schedule, they hassle you. They expect you (managers) to be available 24/7/365.

    The attitude of people on the store level is what makes the job the hardest. Everyone is forced to perform on an unrealistic level constantly. We have part time people at my store working 40 plus hours, management working 12 hour shifts and no end in sight. It definitely takes a toll on you. The store managers think if they reward the store with a free lunch or meal every so often, everything is hunky dory.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Modify the ISCE program - it has some good points, but overall, it is causing the stores to fail. Stores are falling apart and so are employees.
    Don't be afraid to listen to those who are actually in the field; feedback from us is realistic, not based on charts and graphs.

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