"I was referred to as a very hard worker and went above and beyond in customer service"
"I’ve worked for menards for 5 years now and it’s a horrible place to work. The team members and immediate managers are nice people for the most part, but everything and I mean EVERYTHING else is horrible."
"I have worked for Menards for over 25 years. They treat you very well and like a family member at the store. Easy to transfer if you are moving or going to school with over 320 stores now open in 14 states."
"I've worked for Menards since I was 18 years old in the store stocking shelves and working in sales. One year before finishing my undergraduate degree I applied for an internship which resulted in a full-time position as a software developer after graduation. Menards always gives you plenty of opportunities to grow in your career while rewarding you each step of the way."
"Good program but very poor pay"
"Good company with potential"
"Over the time I have been here, we have had at least four general managers, about a new one every two years. They offer specific education, provided that you are willing to learn off the clock as you train. I did get paid in-house manager training years ago, but they never offered opportunity to "move-on-up". I went from stocker to part-time sales to improve finances, however that led to a decrease in hours 24 down to as little as 8 hours in one week, so i returned to morning stocking. Few benefits. No paid vacation, no paid personal leave, no paid sick leave, no paid maternity leave, no health insurance (although dental insurance offered to part-time help at a cost), no matching 401K. You do get limited 10% discount, and annual bonus based on how long you have been at company from 0% to 15% of your annual income. Christmas bonus from $30 to $250, and various free gifts mailed to your house thourought the year."
"I held the intern position for over a year, and have to say that I would have loved to have been able to stay. I know that there are a lot of people spreading rumors that it is a terrible place to work, but honestly for programmers: work in the IS DC department. The team is nice, the manager is great with scheduling for interns, and the pay is nice. It is a little quiet, but you can listen to music. They are also accepting of minor use of your phone on the job. You get started on your projects within a month (depending on your hours) and actually get to put code into production."
"The standard retail job, with hours that seem so out of whack. Besides giving people full time, they give part time pay with full time hours. You can't have a set schedule if you're FT, you need to have flexible hours so you can close 5/7 days a week."
"Horrible, staff was stuck up and inconsiderate. Staff was also not very friendly, didn't feel welcomed at all."
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