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Anonymous shared this review of Staples on Feb 7th, 2018
"The most successful store managers have been female. It's no different than working anywhere else, you just need to show you want to learn, can handle people, and explore."
Anonymous shared this review of Staples on Dec 14th, 2017
"Overall Staples is struggling. But otherwise, it has been a great company to learn and grow."
Anonymous shared this review of Staples on May 23rd, 2017
"Can work your way up to management, but be prepared to work extra tasks than male management. I gave more than enough notice before maternity leave, ended up training new hired replacements the last month. Upper management did not prepare transition well, as I did have a deadline. "
Anonymous shared this review of Staples on May 3rd, 2017
"Staples is struggling overall, so it's not a place I would seek to work were I not already there. As a current employee, I enjoy the positive energy of the CEO, I appreciate the excellent daycare benefits, and I am benefitting from an in-house career change which may not have been possible at another employer (be it smaller or less open to such transitions). "
Anonymous shared this review of Staples on Mar 13th, 2017
"This job is physically exhausting and demands a lot of customer interactions. "
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