Kmart opened Australia’s first discount department store in Burwood, Victoria in 1969. It was the beginning of a proud Aussie icon that has revolutionised the way Australians and New Zealanders shop. Today, Kmart has more than 200 stores across Australia and New Zealand and is recognised as one of the most profitable discount department – more...stores in Australia.
We employ approximately 30,000 team members who mainly work in our retail stores. Our national office is based in Mulgrave, Victoria and is home to around 800 team members.
Kmart’s vision is to provide families with everyday products at the lowest prices. We strive for this vision through high-volume sales, efficient operations, adaptable stores and a great culture. – less
Written by Kmart (Current Employee) from Maryborough VIC on 26 May 2020
Was a great first job helped with my confidence around customers. Can get very repetitive and slow until you're trained on more departments. Managers are understanding of your mental health and will give you departments that you feel comfortable on
Getting out of my comfort zone when helping with customers
What are people saying about the leadership at Kmart?
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good staff, terrible management.
Written by customer service (Former Employee) from Stanhope Gardens NSW on 24 May 2020
steady roster. managers constantly changing. staff are fun and good hours, not overworked. workplace culture is very bust and managers tend to put a lot of stress on the staff but don't help or manage.