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JDA Engineer

costco Issaquah, WA

Lead Product Configuration and operational design across multiple business…

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Costco Wholesale Corporation Sugar Land, TX +120 locations

Processes member orders, collects payment while providing a high level of member service. Performs clean up, department set-up and closing tasks as… Percipio Media

30+ days ago

Cashier Assistant

Costco Wholesale Corporation Burlington, WA +69 locations

Packs member orders into boxes and transfers items to a separate cart for Cashiers. Performs clean-up, cart retrieval, merchandise restocking and… Percipio Media

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Costco Wholesale President & CEO Craig Jelinek
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    Fantastic Company to Work For

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    I have been working at Costco Wholesale part-time (more than 3 years)


    For a retail job the pay is great, the hours are nice (this can depend on manager though) and many of the employees are quite happy. You have the potential to make significantly more money than most retail jobs. It is definitely a "work to live" place where employee's wellbeing is often put above making a few extra cents.


    There are periods of the year where holidays are not permitted (though this is standard at many retail locations). Since many promotions are based on work ethic, and there ends up being some managers who are excellent workers but not good at managing other people and paperwork.

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    Don't fall into the MBA-style purely number-based metrics trap, keep focusing on happy customers and employees. It seems like that type of thing is slowly creeping into the company. I've experienced having a department fall apart because upper management told the department manager that their sales were not high enough for the amount of staff they had and cuts had to be made resulting in the staff barely being able to keep up with demand.

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