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  • Founded
    1899
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (AUD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale

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25 jobs

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Rating is calculated based on 21.1K reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Customer Service in Perth WA
on 8 July 2021
Productive, unfair, have to be reliable
This job is a great first job until you turn 16, because that’s when you usually will get no shifts… the management can be quite unfair and will always have their favourites. For this job you have to be reliable and having good time management is key. This job at times can be stressful and the people you work with may not be the nicest. I love the people my age I work with. But I don’t like the way the managers run in terms of ‘always saying this is a team effort and all this’ but then never lets us talk and communicate to eachother…
Casual Sales Assistant in Broadmeadows VIC
on 23 July 2021
Not a good place to work
You get treated very poorly by managers including store managers, they will never have you back when at work, you get store managers hands in your face as a sign to say shut up and go away. Definitely do not recommend working for Kmart Broadmeadows.
Causal Sales Assistant in Kmart Broadway
on 6 July 2021
Lovely people to work with very stressful
Started in 2016 when you use to get 4-6 hr shifts which was once or twice a week I was pretty young at that point just doing checkouts, eventually doing various other jobs in front area. It was always extremely difficult to get consistent days or shifts. Usually 3 hrs for a long time until I proved I was able to come in a lot after a couple of years. The management team usually forgot when I took leave or couldn't work and got extremely annoyed and blamed me for not logging it even after I emailed, called, texted multiple times so they didn't forget. The only way to get consistent shifts was being aged 14 or putting down you could work virtually everyday. I often got texts or lots of calls the day of to come in if someone younger cancelled and I was the last resort which being in uni and doing sport was extremely stressful when I had a schedule. I continued on into my first couple years of uni and the only reason I got lots of shifts was because I worked most days and felt worried I wouldn't have a job or enough money to do things if I didn't show. It got so ridiculous with me being ignored about my hours that some managers would constantly go on about how coming to work was more important than doing work for my degree. I will say they mad it very difficult to say no and made me feel and leaving other staff to deal with the mess of being understaffed or new team member with no one to train them. Towards the end I will say since I worked so much I definitely made some lovely friends and the people outside of the management team were always very caring.Definitely a good job for first job seekers and high schoolers but once you are over the age of 18 good luck getting a shift unless you are willing to work until midnight or doing night fill.
Casual Sales Assistant in Dubbo NSW
on 21 June 2021
it was the worst
never will apply at a Kmart again and the management was a joke since they had a 19 year as a manager that acted like a child in front of customers they don't really care about people who steal their products
Casual Employee in Cairns QLD
on 6 June 2021
Disappointing
management lack communication skills between each other and often ended with the team getting in trouble. management lack professionality. Can go for weeks without getting shifts and wont give out proper reasons as to why. will cut shifts when lacking rather then having a conversation and helping team to improve, unless you're part of the younger team, then its okay for you to bare minimum. Mental health isn't cared for and management seem to forget other people can have bad days too. Often days that you put in that you cant work, you will most likely get rostered on for. As a school kid, you could get heaps of shifts and made to feel like you cant deny a shift. As a school aged kid the job would be okay to deal with if you want to make heaps of money and be over worked. Cant trust the management.

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