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Anonymous shared this review of Bed Bath & Beyond Inc., United States on Sep 10th, 2019
"Good experience and learning environment but wouldn't stay forever, overall ok "
Anonymous shared this review of Bed Bath & Beyond Inc., United States on Jun 11th, 2019
"There is limited advancement. Salaries, benefits & PTO are poor"
Anonymous shared this review of Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. on Mar 5th, 2018
"Maternity leave is paid 66% of your salary for 8 weeks (vaginal delivery) / 12 weeks (c-section). You can add NJFMLA on top for an extra 12 weeks of unpaid leave. "
Anonymous shared this review of Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. on Oct 13th, 2016
"It is avery driven and competetive environment. Long hours are expected. "
"There are no women that are store managers. They hold mostly administrative, cashier or sales floor positions. There is no flexibility with hours. You take what they give and getting time off is a hassle. They also cut hours without notice when you need them the most. We are spoken down to and/or chastised by other women and men who are in low-level floor management. We are not allowed to talk to each other on the floor. Very stressful environment."
"As far as benefits and gender equality go, this company does the minimum required by law. If you know the laws in your state, then you know what the company policies will be at Bed Bath and Beyond."
"They have mostly men in Management roles.Generally I believe they are treated fairly but management is male-dominated and not diverse, but the business is mostly frequented by women."
"I've worked here for over 10 years, been passed up for promotion twice in favor of a male. Finally given my chance, and have already been moved into a higher volume store...the two male managers promoted before me...no longer with the company...Harder for women to get the recognition..kind of a good old boys club."
"Women seemed to be sent to customer service positions. I had to request to be put on the sales floor, where I could be more active and engage with customers better. Our store owner was female, which was great to see a woman in that leadership role, as she was pretty much in charge of everyone unless someone from corporate or regional offices was there. There were also female's in regional positions. It's hard work. Training wasn't great at my location which made it difficult to learn and therefore improve. Management was unorganized. But it is different at every location and varies widely in its culture and organization. So other stores are great while some are really doing poorly in terms of culture, management, and positive eduction."