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22 days ago

Toys R Us Seasonal Sales Team Member

Toys R Us, Inc. San Jose, CA

* Interact heavily with customer s on sales floor and cash register * Utilize company selling approaches to create an enriched customer experience… Glassdoor


26 days ago

Babies R Us Sales Team Member

Toys R Us, Inc. San Jose, CA +2 locations

* Interact heavily with customer s on sales floor and cash register * Utilize company selling approaches to create an enriched customer experience… Glassdoor


23 days ago

Toys R Us Asset Protection Specialist

Toys "R" Us Hayward, CA

* Respond to all incident of EAS alarm activation; verification of purchase receipts against merchandise when EAS is activated; ensure merchandise is… Snagajob


23 days ago

Toys R Us Express Asset Protection Specialist

Toys "R" Us San Mateo, CA

* Respond to all incident of EAS alarm activation; verification of purchase receipts against merchandise when EAS is activated; ensure merchandise is… Snagajob


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Toys ''R'' Us CEO Antonio Urcelay
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    fun place to work.

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    Current Employee - Sales Associate  in  San Jose, CA
    Current Employee - Sales Associate in San Jose, CA

    I have been working at Toys ''R'' Us

    Pros

    You get to play with toys pretty much all day. In fact, you're required to. It's called 'demoing'.
    Unlike grocery stores such as Wal-Mart and Safeway, where people have to be there to get their weekly shopping, most people are shopping at Toys R Us for fun.
    The people you work with are usually friendly and management, supervisors and long-serving associates are pretty good at helping newbies learn the ropes.
    Working in a toy store genuinely is as fun as it sounds.

    Cons

    Hearing 'Elmo's Song' constantly repeated all day long.
    People messing up displays and shelves so that nothing's where it's supposed to be.
    Other associates can often be 'cliquey', which can make a person feel somewhat left out.
    Management can be lax sometimes.
    Having to try to force people to buy batteries and buyer protection plans for everything.
    Pay could stand to be better, but it's not terrible.
    Too many Zhu Zhu Pets.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Big box retailers like Target and Wal-Mart are undercutting us quite badly. I'm tired of hearing people say 'Well, this is great, but we can get it cheaper at Wal-Mart'. If they can charge discount prices for toys, so can we.

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