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30+ days ago

Product Development Manager

Vermont Country Store Manchester Center, VT

• Build seasonal, annual, and long-term category plans in support of the overall company strategic direction to drive profitable growth. • Develop… Monster


30+ days ago

Dining Room Servers

Vermont Country Store Weston, VT

We are a 67 year old family owned business looking for Dining Room Servers for the Bryant House Restaurant in Weston. If you can answer Yes to the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Assistant Department Coordinator

Vermont Country Store Weston, VT

• Regularly engage customers in a personal way to ensure they have an exceptional shopping experience • High level of product knowledge in… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Cook

Vermont Country Store Weston, VT

This is a unique opportunity with excellent benefits, including: Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, 401K & Profit Sharing. Other… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Business Systems Analyst

Vermont Country Store Manchester, VT

• Analyzing complex business problems and assessing how automated systems can be implemented to solve them • Formulating and defining the objectives… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Systems Administrator

Vermont Country Store Manchester, VT

of a Systems Administrator may include but are not limited to: Installing operating system software, patches, and upgrades Analyzing… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

E-commerce Manager

Vermont Country Store Manchester, VT

• Drive strategy for e-commerce site merchandising, including assortment planning and management, pricing, promotion, and presentation to deliver a… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Buyer-Product Development Manager

Vermont Country Store Manchester, VT

• Build seasonal, annual and long term category plans in support of the overall company strategic direction to drive profitable growth. • Develop new… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Counter Attendant

Vermont Country Store Weston, FL

We are a 67 year old family owned business looking for Counter Attendant’s for both of our Mildred’s Dairy Bar locations in Weston & Rockingham. If… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sales Associates

Vermont Country Store Weston, VT

Have you... · A successful work history with a Customer driven business… Glassdoor


The Vermont Country Store Reviews

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Eliot Orton
4 Ratings
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    My 2nd year of seasonal work.

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    • Work/Life Balance
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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at The Vermont Country Store

    Pros

    Supervisors are usually very accommodating about schedule changes, within reason. Often there are samples of food to try. They do supply fruit and coffee, etc.

    Cons

    This year, (so far), and last year I've enjoyed working with the other employees. Trainers are very thorough. However, when the trainees are working some trainers seem to have nothing to do. Compensation, I'm thinking this year, isn't quite up to what I thought it would be. For a second year employee I thought I'd get a small raise for returning but I didn't. All year I've been thinking of the awesome employee sale that will happen later in the season. But, after weighing the pay and all the other 'benefits' it's not worth it to me. I am looking for other employment. Why did I go back? The employee sale. But ,like I said, it's just not worth it. Also, I've been reading other reviews and I have to agree that there are too many supervisors, coordinators and trainers. If someone is going to be in a position like that they should be able to show a bit of leadership. If there isn't already, there should be a class for leadership, or at least a hand- out explaining how their actions affect others.

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    Rethink salaries. I'd rather bring in my own candy and fruit, etc and receive a higher pay. Trainers should have something to do, instead of literally standing and watching people work. To me, that is not a good example of leadership any employee should see or want to emulate!

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