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What I loved working at #BigLots

Had fun it was always sum thing to do

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What I loved working at #Biglots

I loved the fact that you were always so busy that time flew.

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My advice to people interested in working at #BigLots as a #SalesFloorAssociate ...

I wold tell someone looking to work there that it's a great place to work because you are treated with respect and trust and I know that you can learn how to respect yourself

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What I loved working at #Biglots

I just loved meeting new people and I also love cashier and stocking

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job

I tried to get hired the manager gave my application to one of the lady's that does'nt do the hiring.She told me that the manager did'nt give her all my paper's for the interview and she was calling me the wrong name.I called and tried to talk to the manager to see what going on.And then he told me they was not hiring.I saw on the internet were they was looking to hire someone for the waynesboro,va Big Lots

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Ashley Lunday
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Obviously they take no pride in what they do or the Recruitment process. That would never happen in my department. EVER!

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The most challenging thing at #Biglots was

Working with my co workers and being a team player. Getting the merchadise out the warehouse and getting it sold. I loved my job until my hours got cut at the location I transfered to at Euclid eight to twelve hours a week made it impossible to pay rent any where so I gave my two week notice and went to Texas to vist my grand children and now I am back home in San Diego. I am living with my mom and I am seeking employment so O can get back on my feet. I am not getting any younger.

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Always getting the job I did not want in retail.

While working in retail I always got the bottom of the barrel jobs like moving pallets and stocking in the early morning or working the second or third shift which was the straighten the store shelves. But did not get the change to use my other skills like price unit scanning, price changes. It was always the heavy jobs that no one would do even to the point of unloading the trucks in Big Lots for 3 months and a couple of times at Walmart. and at Big Lots you not only unloaded the truck then you stocked the shelves. At Target you had to bring the heavy pallets to the department and unload them then stock them. there were times I cold hardly walk out the door and all the way to my car then dig it out before i got home then shovel myself a place to park at 11:30 to 12:00 at night in the winter. when I was finished I took a OTC pain med and went to bed. My employers took no interest in that fact that i could do more than stock or straighten the shelves.

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Kasali yekini Oluwatobi
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I need job

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William Henderson
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Life is hard and will be until you die..As long as you're saved that's the main question. Don't complain, thank God you had/ have a job.

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Drama at #BigLots

In the five years I worked there, I don't remember having an issue with anyone.

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