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  • Selling recycled building construction, renovation material is so good for the environment. It's not as good for employees when the leaders are not as good. The Victoria Langford store is cluttered, messy, and managed by unfocussed bosses. You are thrown into store operations to sink or swim. There are almost no support staff and you must do everything by yourself. Your personal life suffers when you are the

    Posted on 6 June 2012 by Rater #1 | Flag as inappropriate

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I am also seeing the same problem, some acknowledgement that your employees are still employees would be nice. Not treating them like you regret hiring them.

Posted on 7 October 2017

Oh my, there is a recent job ad on Used Victoria (Used Anywhere) seeking a retail manager for the Victoria Langford Re-store, not just regular sales staff. Something must be going on to make the staff and manager leave? Habitat for Humanity can't be that good to work for when the low and higher ranking staff all need to be replaced regularly?

Posted on 8 October 2012

Never work for the Victoria (Langford) store, the way the staff are "respected". Some aprreciation for employee effort would be nice instead of belittlement and treated as disposal tool empoyees. The HR is crap even when they need to hire more disposable staff to replace the last batch. There are job ads on various media every few months.

Posted on 24 September 2012

They look good doing social work on the outside. The inside stuff behind the scenes are a different thing. There is way too much work for the under staffed staff. You are the understaffed worker running around like crazy trying to cram everything in a short time with too much to do.

Posted on 7 June 2012

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