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Ross Stores Dublin, CA

The Allocator is responsible for achieving daily Non Sell targets through effective auto release scheduling and manual allocation. The Allocator must… Ross Stores

4 days ago

Director - Real Estate

Ross Stores Dublin, CA

• Find, evaluate and investigate multi market store site locations (availability, property value, access, zoning, development obstacles, timing… Ross Stores

30+ days ago

Loss Prevention Internship

Ross Stores Dublin, CA

Ross Stores, Inc. is an S&P 500, Fortune 500 and NASDAQ 100 (ROST) Company headquartered in Pleasanton, California, with fiscal 2012 revenues of… Ross Stores

30+ days ago

Attorney / Director, Real Estate Law

Ross Stores Dublin, CA

• Supervise, review and approve Estoppel Certificates prepared by a paralegal based on information provided by other departments. • Negotiate… Ross Stores

8 days ago

Director – Allocation Strategy

Ross Stores Dublin, CA

The Director of Allocation Strategy is a unique role that is responsible for evaluating and supporting the direction taken by the Merchandise… Ross Stores

30+ days ago

HR Services Representative

Ross Stores Dublin, CA

Coordinate and process all paperwork / notices (i.e. unemployment claims, LOA forms, Worker’s Comp, DOL notices, EEOC notices Track and report on… Ross Stores

30+ days ago

Enterprise Solutions Architect, Corporate Systems

Ross Stores Dublin, CA

The Enterprise Solution Architect, Corporate Systems will have progressive experience in IT Applications & Development, including excellent… Ross Stores

19 days ago

IT Applications Lead

Ross Stores Dublin, CA

•Leading the activities of providing new capabilities and driving value from existing capabilities. •Managing projects throughout the entire systems… Ross Stores

28 days ago

Marketing - Corporate Intern

Ross Stores Dublin, CA

of an analyst at Ross. Within the corporate offices of Ross, we will host interns in a variety of departments including Accounting, Store Operations… Ross Stores

30+ days ago

IT Project Lead – Financial Applications

Ross Stores Dublin, CA

• Leading the activities of providing new capabilities and driving value from existing capabilities. • Managing projects throughout the entire… Ross Stores

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  • Overworked, underpaid, and a waste of time.

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    Former Employee - Assistant Store Manager in Pleasanton, CA
    Former Employee - Assistant Store Manager in Pleasanton, CA

    I worked at Ross Stores full-time (more than 3 years)


    While in my second store, the store's Manager was a good guy and cared for his associates. Additionally it was closer to home, decent area, much easier demographic.


    The first store that I worked in was in an old building in desperate need of renovation. The store's manager, I'm not really sure why he had his job? He got it, by being results driven which is a huge plus. Leadership is about service as well, and in my opinion a good manager treats associates in a way that even when they're out of the building the standards remain high because they feel respected and appreciated. Considering the average associates base pay, encouraging them to stay and work for you rather than seek another job with a very modest pay increase, comes down to how you're people are treated. This manager, yelled, cursed, spoke down to employee's off stage and on the sales floor frequently. Many Customer's complained about him, and the way he communicated with the associates. He tried this with me once or twice, because I was an ASM I felt comfortable with stopping that dead in it's tracks.

    SM's work hard, but in my experience many of the tasks are delegated to the ASM. ASM is essentially an Ops manager as well. I wont use this platform to put down the company as a whole, because I believe that my experience is probably directly related to the leadership or lack there of, from the DM. Lack of involvement, and no sense of urgency from HR in resolving associate concerns/complaints.

    I wouldn't suggest anyone come into this company working at the store level. I've no idea how things are on the corporate side, I've heard good things. But in the stores, the associates are overworked, underpaid, and not respected well by management.

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    Treat your associates the way you'd want to be treated if your roles were reversed.

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