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Bookseller/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Huntington Beach, CA – May 24, 2019
Management was horrendous. Sure, it's great to work here if you have no other option. At least, this is true for the Huntington Beach Branch in CA. It is clear as to why, Barnes and Noble is dying.
The females that had worked there for years were spiteful and mean.
The store in ridgecrest was small. At a glance one would think it would be a nice environment but the office lady made spiteful comments to me and directed to to me because my glasses were thick and it took me a little longer at times to find the screw numbers or names of books. Her rudeness made what I thought would be a pleasant work environment stressful and I ended up quitting because her rudeness made me feel bad about myself because I know I have to wear glasses, but no one likes likes to be poked fun of or be the center of jokes behind ones back. As a book store- I like the store in Glendale but the store in ridgecrest was small minded and a real bed sore.
Wouldn’t even recommend to someone I hated
I highly disliked this job due to the managements unwillingness to listen to employees issues. Such an unorganized management team. The pay s---s and my little brother who worked at Bojangles in my middle of nowhere town even made more per hour than I did. You may get assigned to one position for a certain day, but you will be working all positions because “someone was sick” or “no one else wants to”. I even contacted the corporate office concerning the ridiculous mess that my store was and they offered 0 help. Never work there unless you’re ready to be payed a fraction of what you’re owed for the work you do and to be screamed at for not doing a job that isn’t your responsibility.
This is was the worst job I ever had. They took advantage of how hard I worked by refusing to respect my time and refusing to pay me more. I hesitate to even shop at Barnes & Noble anymore.