Kids R Us Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Kids "R" Us was a children's discount clothing retailer. Their first stores opened in February 1983 in Paramus, New Jersey, and Brooklyn, New York. The chain folded in January 2004 after the retailer suffered deteriorating same-store sales and to focus more on the Toys "R" Us brand.

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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I don't like that the cofee is not free and this and that and the other thing. Also them and this and that."

Childcare Provider (Former Employee) says

"No communication. Poor management. A lot of staff turnover rate. Children are out of control. Does not inform staff of any changes. Has other staff to do her job for her."

Human Resources Manager (Former Employee) says

"Being such a poorly run company is what contributed to their decline. They were more concerned about making a buck than they were about the quality of clothing and customer service."

Teacher's Assistant (Former Employee) says

"No a very good place to leave your kids. It over crowded, teacher to students ratio is always off. All age groups get mixed at night. The herd are always quitting, even after a few hours of working thereNoneEverything"

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"greeting and assisting customers. straightening clothes making sure store is clean and presentable.my cousin got me the jobvery boring, hardly any customers"

Teacher/Office and Administration (Former Employee) says

"Not exactly what I would call the ideal place to work. I loved spending time with the children, but management and maintenance of the facility was horrific. It was like pulling teeth to get anything fixed around there when something broke. They offered no benefits and the pay was bare minimum.Parent/Children interaction on a daily basisPay, no benefits, ran down facility, and the owner and district manager show favoritism towards certain employees"

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"It Was My first experience in the work force overall it taught me a lot on staying focused and guest servicing customers I learned how to use a cash register and put up reshop and also back stockmeeting different peoplethe commute"

Accounts Payable Clerk (Former Employee) says

"data enter, vendor communication,processing p.o order,working with other associate as teamemployee reconicion"

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"spent the entire day taking online orders for wal mart and resolving issues with items that were ordered from the online store"

Assistant Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Fun place for youth to work. Interactions with gamers etc. Fun with kids as they come through. Clothing keeping intact was stressful. Pay was basically minimum wage"

Lead teacher (Current Employee) says

"There is really no typical day at work, You never know what the kids are going to be up to. All the co-workers are nice, they help you when you need it the most. The hardest part of the job is when the kids have them days wherethe y do not want to do anything or listen to you, but that is what kids do! I love working with them kids."

Speech therapist (Former Employee) says

"I would not recommend this facility to anyone as an employee or as a patient. Good thing this facility has been closed for quite some time now. It was only about making money for the company and not about patient care and worth"

Morning Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Kids R Us was pleasant and truly catered to their customers needs. They provided training like floor plan layouts and merchandising. They also provided quality benefits."

Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) says

"Typical day at Kids R Us was challenging for working the soft line department and handling the daily truck deliveries which at the time the warehouse was not very conventional which meant heavy labor. Co workers were ok they needed a lot of motivation including my boss at the time. The hardest part was maintaining some form of organization daily from the appearance of the floor to maintaining daily paperwork to provide for the home office. Enjoyable part was I had a job at the time, but it was fun to see growth within my self as a manager.discountsseeing new merchandise before the customers get to.."

Office Manager for Rehab (Former Employee) says

"Review patient scheduled for therapy, for current day as well as the next. Over saw support staff, their schedules an transportation scheduled. Review hours worked for all staff, for all six clinics. I learned to be good at supervising and leading others through the daily operations. The hardest part of my job was to let another co-worker go, which were things out of their control (clinic was slowing shutting down). The most enjoyable part was working with the children and their parents.being involved in community projects/ health fairs/ walkshaving to release an employee without merite"

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"As my fired job it was somewhere that supported it's employees and fostered team work."

Customer Service (Former Employee) says

"Kids R Us was a fun environment. It closed several years ago.fun environmentshort breaks"

Manager (Former Employee) says

"Un-competitive, Company no longer exists. Store Merchandising was motivating. Good introduction to bookkeeping. Back to school and Christmas time were the most fun and exciting. No opportunity to move to toys r Us when company was closed."

Assistant Manager (Former Employee) says

"Scheduling, coaching and training team members. Watched the business and added or cut hours as needed. Management worked as team. The hardest part was closing the stores.Fun place to work. Helping new parents and seeing the babies.When funiture would come in damaged."

Nursery Assistant (Former Employee) says

"staff are friendly but its hard to go out of work when you have an appointment managers are very warming. Activities majority of the time were child led, everything was strictly followed according to routine."

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"It was a good job to start off with. The company was good at what they do. With new products that comes every Thursdays. The environment was very family and warm welcoming."

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