"I worked for Ross Dress For Less. It was a fun place to work. The only cons I would include is that they are all about profit. Having studied business I learned that it is not about profit that will keep employees happy. I just did not agree with how they managed work environment after covid-19 after reopening. They did not care much about peoples health because there was no type of compensation relief if we were to get sick."
"The best company that I worked for!"
"Ross has easy jobs and fair wages. You basically become a drone. Not exciting or fulfilling. It's a boring retail job. Didn't challenge me or satisfy me. If anything the job made me lose track of my goals and made me lazy. Don't recommend for people with ambitions and big dreams, unless you need a job. I recommend having multiple jobs and not just this one with Ross. That way you're still pushing yourself to your limits. That was my mistake. I should have had at least two jobs, but could've had three. Great job for lazy people and those with no dreams, visions, or ambition."
"Ross is an extremely stable company with so many departments and opportunities to learn and grow."
"I loved my company, I just felt that I was better at writing scripts. Things like wordpress and web design itself pull my heart, and when your heart is drawn into something it's hard to get away."
"I have worked with Ross Stores for almost five years. The company values its associates and develops people into future industry leaders. If you enjoy working in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, this company is for you."
"it was okay"
"I've worked with Ross since 2019 as a desktop support technician. Their Headquarters is in Manhattan and has around 1500 employers. Overall is a good place to work at, great people all around."
"My time with Ross was brief as it was a windows migration project, and I didn't know a lot about Ross as a company, but during my time there I was immersed in the culture of ross and how a company like this has evolved over time where others have failed. It was overall a great experience and I would work on future projects with Ross."
"It’s alright to work at but one thing they won’t tell you is that you are just temporary and after the last days you are there they won’t even call you to tell you that you no longer work there but, the people are nice."
"I've worked for Ross Corporate office for approximately 5 years. I began as a contractor for 2 years in 2 different departments. Ross is not just a company yet, a family. Ross prides themselves on developing their employees. The hierarchies of the company give back through various contributions as well as allowing employees to give back with time and assistance."
"I started working for ross last year in April. I’ve worked in retail and fast food, and they are kind of one in the same. At Ross it is different because I am in the customer service part of the team. I am doing hands on things with customers and getting to solve problems as they are given to me."
"I briefly worked for ross they just stopped giving me hours one week and every attempt I made to contact the manager was ignored"
"I’ve worked with Ross for a total of 5 years. I’ve been in retail for over 30 years and have the opportunity to develop and promote associates within my past years. I’ve also been a district manager and ran stores over 18 million a year and supervise over 150 employees"
"Good company, fair wages, good life balance."
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