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17 days ago

Cashier, Sales And Stock Associate

Bed Bath & Beyond San Francisco, CA +3 locations

Often times, people think that all retail cashier/sales associate jobs are the same...for the most part, they're right. But when it comes to the… jobsradar.com

30+ days ago

Loss Prevention Manager

Bed Bath and Beyond Inc. San Francisco, CA

Qualifications include 2-4- years retail loss prevention management… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Store Management

Bed Bath and Beyond Inc. San Francisco, CA +5 locations

Successful candidates with retail management experience - Department Manager, Store Manager, District Manager or any level in between - will be given… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Area Loss Prevention Manager

Bed Bath and Beyond Inc. San Francisco, CA

Qualifications include 4-7 years retail loss prevention experience, with 3-5 of those being multi-store experience a must. Positions available in San… CareerBuilder

17 days ago

Media Planner

Bed Bath & Beyond Newark, CA

Bed Bath & Beyond is now hiring a Media Planner in the Newark area. As a Media Planner, you will be responsible for building merchandise assortments… jobsradar.com

17 days ago

Media Sales Assistant

Bed Bath & Beyond Newark, CA

Media Sales Assistant Bed Bath & Beyond Benefits include medical, dental, vision, 401k, paid time off and more. The Media Sales Assistant is… jobsradar.com

30+ days ago

Bridal Consultants

Bed Bath & Beyond San Francisco, CA

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA
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    My department manager is awesome! Other than that, there really aren't any...


    -The discount is no better than what the customers get. We just don't have to carry around a plethora of coupons. -There's never enough hours to staff the departments and the front end accordingly. -Certain members of senior management are abusive to both associates and department managers alike. The workload is intense and we are often rebuked like children. -Morale is low, and there's extremely high turnover. All the hours are spent training people and there's little left over for the people that have actually been here awhile, show up on time and do their job. -You apologize for everything!!! To customers, managers, everyone!!! No matter what you do, you're never right and it's always your fault. -Unless you start off as a department manager or higher, you will not get promoted. This company, as a general rule, does not promote from within. And when they do, the salary is pathetic. -There is very little pay difference between a department manager and a senior manager, but significantly more responsibility. Thus, there is very little incentive for department managers to want to move up. -The yearly pay increase (provided you get one) would be laughable if it weren't so sad. This is true for both associates and managers alike. -Basically, if you're an associate, it's just another crappy retail job. If you're a manger, you're an underappreciated workhorse, but if you can take the abuse and you're good at your job, you can probably have your own store in 5-10 years, provided that's what you want. But most just end up leaving.

    Advice to Management

    Take the people you've invested in, who've put up with your crap for years of their lives, and promote them. These are the people who've seen you at your worst and still stick around hoping for the best. The know the company, the policies, the culture. These are the people you should want as managers. Also, you need a serious software update. I mean a DOS program?! Really?!?!?!

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