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Staples Inc. is an American office retail company. It is primarily involved in the sale of office supplies and related products, via retail channels and business-to-business (B2B)-oriented delivery operations.

Mary mentioned, "Would give Staples them 0 stars. Ordered 5 boxes. For 2 weeks kept getting emails saying order delayed. Told them to cancel. One reply of many said they would cancel. Next email said order delivered and I could return it, but order was not delivered and they ripped me off. Will NEVER deal with Staples again. This has not been resolved and they stole $21 from me for something I never received."

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"My husband and I were at Staples in Sioux City, IA on 9/20/20. One of the staff who was working, at the time, had on a mask that said blm in bold letters/in caps, and she also had a tshirt with wording about blm/inclusion, etc. (I was not able to read everything on the shirt.) I don't understand how any company would ever allow their employees to do their own personal advertising on company time. One of the cofounders of blm said on an interview that they ARE paid terroris.ts (among saying other anti-America things). People can believe/say whatever they want on their own time, but if Staples is allowing this at the workplace, they must be promoting this."

Former Employee - Staples Easy Tech says

"disorganized, bad hours and overworked"

Tech Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"I worked for the Pittsfield Ma staples. They have a lactation policy and I am a new mom. They refused to let me lactate breast milk for my 4 month son. They would rush me back onto the floor. The male sales manager walked into the locked room twice while I was pumping which is not only traumatizing but uncomfortable. They refused to pull the video of this occurrence which happened twice because it was too "tedious". I had exact dates and times. They never got anyone their breaks or lunches. The managers sit in their office and talk all day and are always on their phones. No pros other than wonderful customersEverything is a con for this store"

Cindy E. says

"My husband and I were at Staples in Sioux City, IA on 9/20/20. One of the staff who was working, at the time, had on a mask that said blm in bold letters/in caps, and she also had a tshirt with wording about blm/inclusion, etc. (I was not able to read everything on the shirt.) I don't understand how any company would ever allow their employees to do their own personal advertising on company time. One of the cofounders of blm said on an interview that they ARE paid terroris.ts (among saying other anti-America things). People can believe/say whatever they want on their own time, but if Staples is allowing this at the workplace, they must be promoting this."

Former Employee - Easy Tech Expert/Tech Supervisor says

"This company will drain you of every ounce of your being until there is nothing left then have a conference call about why you aren't doing enough. Honestly if you want a job where you're forced to work outside of your job/role and constantly have the responsibilities of your superiors, then this might be the job for you! They have conferences calls all day, everyday that are constantly removing the management team from the floor. This company is AWFUL."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"Overall, was simular to any general retail. Some management was good, some bad. There were very high demands placed on management that ended up being pushed onto sales associates, like customer reviews and the sale numbers for the store. This form of micro management and pressure is frankly just not worth it to me. But if you can handle it, go for it! Low stress for someone who just wants to make some money, cause they are generally hurting for people. Training is nothing like the actual work experience, so don't let that freak you out if you spend the first day on a computer with a bunch of pointless training. They had a break room?Management, sales pressures, pointless tasks you are required to do"

Kim Simmon says

"I have been a Staples customer for over 15 years. I pay my bill in full each month and have NEVER been late. I have a business and your employees in the stores have been wonderful and have assisted me numerous times. I have spent thousands of dollars over the last 15 years from computers to printers. I have referred numerous people to your stores over the last 15 years. That ended today. I needed a new printer, ink and some other items. The bill was over $500. Because my online bill payment was still pending on your end, your corporate office refused to authorize that purchase, even after the rep could see how long I have been a customer, that all my bills were paid in full, every single month. I will never spend one more penny at any Staples location in person or online. Your company just proved that loyalty means absolutely nothing to Corporate Staples."

Former Employee - Copy and Print Manager says

"Poor wages or total compensation, stress, no potential for advancement"

Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"I was a cashier being paid $9.50. I cleaned bathrooms, vacuumed store, dumped trash, stocked and did returns list. I was overworked as well and my managers didn’t do much. We were understaffed because of low pay. They’ll give plenty of hours, but low pay. Then when it was time to go home I did all the work while everyone sat down. Everyone there is miserable. This was the one at Muskegon . Pay every weekLow pay, over worked, low staff"

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