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The Warehouse Group Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $100m to $500m (NZD)
  • Industry
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Rating is calculated based on 248 reviews and is evolving.


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Work & Life Balance


Nightfill in Tauranga, Bay of Plenty
on 24 June 2020
Enjoyable experience
It was a nightfill position, so the hours were to be expected. I personally didn't manage to adjust my sleep schedule too well, but I don't think that affected my performance. Typically in this role, I worked the pallets, but you work depending on what they decide for you and then you help out the other areas. You may get called upon to do another thing. I think the hardest thing was that some of the summer pallets ended up being pretty heavy from things such as the large umbrella stands. I enjoyed working there immensely and regretfully declined the position to stay on as casual since I was moving to Hamilton and was unsure of how often I would be back in town. Turns out maybe 2 days a year.
Entertainment Team member in Whangarei, Northland
on 15 November 2020
Pretty Meh
I worked there for over a year it was fun and the staff were super nice and in the beginning, the management team was awesome but when one left the new one that was brought in was very mean to me and cut my hours right back up until this point I was working five days a week he cut me back to three which was barely liveable and removed me from the department I had been working in for almost eight months. I went to the store manager who didn't do anything about it.
Team Member in Botany Downs, Auckland
on 18 October 2020
Favouritism, bully tactics. There was a few awesome team members. Constantly watching your back, it's not what you know but who you know in the company. There was no room for growth
Team Member in Timaru, Canterbury
on 23 September 2020
The Warehouse was once a great place to work. They now claim covid19 and anything else for having to restructure. Restructure at the warehouse means disregarding your emplyment cintract and making you reapply for a less role, when ever they feel it is needed.The Warehouse is no longer a secure place to work. Years making money from New Zealanders and they cant give some of it back.
Checkout Operator in Hastings, Hawke's Bay
on 23 June 2020
I learnt how to cash handle and how to work eftpos. The hardest part was being polite and respectful to customers who were not doing the same. A day at work would go fast as it was very busy during that time period (Christmas time). The management was great, a really good team of people.
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Interview insights

Insights from 46 Indeed users who have interviewed with The Warehouse Group within the last 5 years.

Favourable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview Questions

What to do in an emergency? If we need you on a busy day or to cover someone, are you willing to come in? How do you deal with customers? If you are asked a question from a customer and you don't know, what would you do?

Shared on 7 November 2018

What would make me a good candidate for this company or store.

Shared on 22 October 2018

They mainly ask about the stores functionality and also about how we find the senior leadership team is working. They ask us to rate how happy we are with the current situations of the work place at the time and are encouraged to write further comments to help improve the store and the team that run it.

Shared on 8 August 2017
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