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25 days ago

Babies R Us Human Resources Department Supervisor

Babies "R" Us Falls Church, VA +61 locations

* : * Staffing: * * Work with the Store Manager and Assistant Managers to develop hiring strategy to ensure staffing levels are maintained and to… Snagajob


25 days ago

Toys R Us Human Resources Department Supervisor

Toys "R" Us Danville, VA +109 locations

*: *_Staffing:_* * Work with the Store Manager and Assistant Managers to develop hiring strategy to ensure staffing levels are maintained and to… Snagajob


25 days ago

Toys R Us and Babies R Us Human Resources Department Supervisor

Babies "R" Us Roanoke, VA +6 locations

*: *_Staffing:_* * Work with the Store Manager and Assistant Managers to develop hiring strategy to ensure staffing levels are maintained and to… Snagajob


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Toys ''R'' Us CEO Antonio Urcelay
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    Current Employee - Business Analyst  in  Wayne, NJ
    Current Employee - Business Analyst in Wayne, NJ

    I have been working at Toys ''R'' Us full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Okay work life balance, it's feast or famine. Sometimes you'll find yourself working on memorial day. Sometimes you will be able to leave early depending on your workload.

    Cons

    Pay is terrible until you get to director level.

    They've reduced the health benefits 2 years in a row as the company is trying to cut costs.

    Exec's and Management don't have a creative bone in their body. The TRU business strategy is find out what other creative things retailers are doing and copy it. Exec leadership hides in their tower all day also, when called out about it at a town hall their response was something like... "we get very busy."

    Collaboration is impossible, the culture at TRU is of self preservation rather than ownership. Most of the time people are coming up with excuses and citing SLA's to get out of work.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO