Compare Books-A-Million vs Right Stuf BETA

See how Right Stuf vs. Books-A-Million compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 1114 reviews)
(based on 14 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Books-A-Million Ceo Terry Finley
34%Terry Finley
Right Stuf Ceo Shawne Kleckner
52%Shawne Kleckner
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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What Employees Say

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Featured Review

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

I have been working at Books-A-Million full-time for more than a year


The family atmosphere How much people care The collaboration Career Development and Growth Personal Development and Growth


Nothing! It is all great!

Advice to Management

Keep investing in your team, and your team will invest in you.

Current Employee - Customer Care

I have been working at Right Stuf full-time for more than a year


I've worked at Right Stuf for a little over a year now, and honestly my personal experience has been very positive. I joined during a time when there were many experienced people in my department, so... I was able to get a lot of help on training and I never felt like I was unprepared for any task. The manager in my department has changed since I joined, but both managers were great in my opinion. Overall, everyone in the company seems approachable and helpful, both in my department and outside of it. In my entire year of working here I can't really recall any bad or unfair moments. This is only my personal opinion of course but, in my department at least it feels like it's a good atmosphere. Also, on another note, the benefits are awesome here!


I suppose a slight con would be that all the company parties and gatherings during the weekday are mandatory- and while these are very fun, sometimes I wish that employees would be allowed to not... attend them if they want to keep working. I understand that the company wants to make it's employees feel like a family and do teambuilding and such, but sometimes these events, though short, seem like a distraction more then anything. And if an employee asks to not attend they may be seen as 'unsocial' or not interested in 'building teamwork'. And personally I wish this was not the case. It's not a big con though, more of a personal opinion.

Advice to Management

I can't think of anything major. Maybe just make sure that all employees are on the same page with policies and procedures, sometimes there are instances where one employee tells someone one thing,... and another employee tells them something different. But this doesn't happen very often.

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