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Costco Wholesale Reviews
Costco gives a fair starting pay to those who do not have a degree. They also give wage increases fairly often (usually annually if not more often). Bonuses start after 5 years and benefit packages are really pretty great! However, if you're looking to get into management or higher in the company, demand is the issue. there are not enough spots for how many individuals go through specific management training to continue your growth within the company while being able to use your skills. Even if you have all the determination in the world, theres just not the space or open positions that is needed for the growth people wish there was in the company. However, if you're willing to relocate multiple times within few years, movement may happen faster. But if you are in the Home Office or at corporate travel, it may take much longer to get to your end goal for your career.
The work environment is great! Always professional! This company cares about the employees. For instance, gives yearly reviews on employees work ethic, promotes from within, also opportunity for growth is always present. Every employee full-time or part-time can get health benefits.
COSTCO of New Orleans is my first job out of high school. During high school I worked for 1 year at MacDonald's and 2 years at Texas Roadhouse. I have now worked at COSTCO for almost one year and it has far exceeded the experience at either of my first two jobs. At COSTCO I feel respected as the rules are fair, everyone is treated equally and the pay and benefits are way beyond what was offered in the restaurant business and by other retailers and wholesalers where my friends work. I really like working with the other employees, our customers and at the different jobs on site. Thank you Costco! You've made college possible for me. I hope I can apply my degree skills in the company one day. Please contact me, if you have internships in media communications. Sincerely, Christian Jeffries