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Book Fairs - Branch Inventory Coordinator, FT

Scholastic Baton Rouge, LA

for this position. • Maintain inventory location system and operate scanning systems including inventory scanners and Point of Sale at the… CareerBuilder


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    A good place to start your career but once you get bored, it's time to go

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    I worked at Scholastic full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    In general the majority of people who work at Scholastic really care about the company credo and want to contribute in positive ways. Scholastic is a good place to learn the ropes. The roof cafeteria was a nice perk in the summer.

    Cons

    Upper management is disorganized leading to low morale. There are a few rotten eggs (with huge egos and unrealistic demands) who definitely spoiled the bunch. Staff in entry level positions should stay for only 2-3 years if there is no clear path to career growth/promotion.

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    More transparency for your employees. Share more information about the company's long term goals. Open up discussion, talk to staff to learn about how to improve morale (or give them an avenue to contribute ideas anonymously), encourage team building.

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