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30+ days ago

Copy and Print Associate

Staples Philadelphia, PA +10 locations

** The Copy and Print Associate is responsible for cultivating relationships with customers, specifically Small Business customers that result in the…

30+ days ago

Certified Technician

Staples Philadelphia, PA +6 locations

** Engagement:** Engages customers on the sales floor. Uses VIBE behaviors to create a buying environment. Builds relationships with Tech Sales…

30+ days ago

Sales and Services Manager

Staples Philadelphia, PA +3 locations

** * Leadership: Communicates effectively with store managers and shift supervisors regarding business opportunity and key customer client…

28 days ago

Inventory Specialist

Staples Glen Mills, PA +2 locations

**: Responsible for maintaining accurate inventory controls through adherence to company guidelines and policies. Provides exceptional customer…

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    Used to be great, now not so much

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    Current Employee - Easy Tech Supervisor  in  Philadelphia, PA
    Current Employee - Easy Tech Supervisor in Philadelphia, PA

    I have been working at Staples full-time for more than 5 years


    Easy to learn, easy to be hired, techs make okay pay for starting out, great school tuition bonus if you've worked there a while. Decent benefits if Full Time.


    Management constantly changing your goals, upper management is rude at best. Constantly changing priorities between phone sales, PC support, Savings passes, customer satisfaction, warranty sales, etc. No consistency and they care very little about how they keep piling and piling work on with little to no help. Very understaffed in every store because of constant hour cuts.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Consider your employees when you push us to sell things or focus on things. Maybe mobile is failing because Staples doesn't advertise phones or because people go to Staples for office supplies, not cellular phones. Don't keep piling work onto people without giving us the hours and means to do so, especially in very busy stores.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO