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219 Reviews
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Bass Pro Shops President and COO Jim Hagale
Jim Hagale
118 Ratings

    Very busy, but you learn a lot!

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    Current Employee - Cashier/Customer Service in Mesa, AZ
    Current Employee - Cashier/Customer Service in Mesa, AZ

    I have been working at Bass Pro Shops part-time (less than an year)


    The people you work with are great. You meet a variety of people from all around the world (mostly Canada and Ireland) which is always fun. It was rare to get really upset customer's. There was always little complaints but hardly anything major. Good discount and overall a fun job.


    The pay isn't great and could be better for such a large and successful company. Manager's tend to throw you under the bus a lot (which is part of being a manager I guess). The hours vary and during the busy season, if your part-time, they will work you as many hours as possible without being considered full-time. That means full-time work without benefits (39.5 hours a week).

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Bass Pro Shops Interviews

Updated Oct 27, 2014
Updated Oct 27, 2014

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Interview Experience


Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview


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Interview Difficulty




    Camping Sales Associate Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Application Details

    I applied online – interviewed at Bass Pro Shops in September 2014.

    Interview Details

    I applied online for cashier even though it wasn't the position I really wanted. I received a call just a few days after for an interview. I met with the HR and she was a super nice lady. She pulled up my hobbies and experience as a traveler/camper and assumed that I wanted to work in the camping department(which I did). I found that very nice of the company that let me choose which department I wanted to work at.. She asked a couple of questions about my camping experience such as where have I camped, how many times a year, and tent or rv camping? ANSWER HONESTLY AND DONT LIE! Basic questions followed such as, why bass pro, and what would your friends say your worst feature is.. I received another call for a second interview 2 days later.. I was supposed to meet with the camping manager but the fishing manager interviewed me along with his partner. They asked me a serious of questions which took about 45 minutes. they just wanted to get to know me better and just be prepared for anything they might ask! Study guys! And I promise you will get the job. They said they would call me back if anything and I left really confident.. I received another call 2 days later to discuss the offer. they offered me less than what I asked for but with a pay increase in writing after 90 days. I accepted the offer and did a questionnaire on the spot..

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    Not negotiable.. Take it or leave it offer. They kind of low balled me at 9.00 and I asked for at least 9.50 to not push it... They still offered a pay increase in writing after probation period (90) days. Try to start off with the most you can because those raises are who knows... Maybe 10 or 20 cents.. Not worth your trouble guys so hustle!! It is your valuable time and you will work hard for it!
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Bass Pro Shops Awards & Accolades

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America's Largest Private Companies, Forbes, 2009
America's Largest Private Companies, Forbes, 2008

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Headquarters Springfield, MO
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1971
Type Company - Private
Industry Retail
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year

Bass Pro knows how to reel in shoppers. The company operates more than 50 Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World stores in the US and Canada that sell boats, firearms, equipment, and apparel for most outdoor activities. Stores feature archery ranges, fish tanks, bowling lanes, billiards tables, and dining areas. Bass Pro also catches shoppers at home with its catalogs, online store, and TV and radio programs. Its first Outdoor World store (in Missouri) has been one of the state's biggest tourist attractions since it opened in 1981. Bass Pro owns Tracker Marine (boat manufacturing... More

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