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Overall
3.3 of 5
Culture & Values
3.2
Work/Life Balance
3.2
Senior Management
3.0
Compensation and Benefits
3.0
Career Opportunities
3.2

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Ross Stores also called Ross Dress for Less, is the biggest discount department store chain in the U.S. Founded in 1982, it spread to 1,550 locations in 38 states. At Ross, you can find everything from clothing, footwear, toys to furniture. This Fortune 500 company employs over 88,100 people across their retail locations, distribution centers, buying offices, and corporate positions. As the company keeps on growing and expanding, so do their hiring needs. Competitive wages, development opportunities, and amazing company culture are just some of the benefits they offer. Apply for an open position and start your Ross career today.

Benefits

Ross offers excellent benefits to its employees including:

  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Stock Options
  • Performance Bonus
  • Vacation & Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Maternity & Paternity Leave
  • Military Leave
  • Adoption Assistance
  • Family Medical Leave
  • Employee Discount
  • Mobile Phone Discount
  • Sick Days
  • Tuition Assistance
  • Job Training

We currently have 44 open positions across 32 locations spread over 50 states.

Headquarter

Dublin, California, U.S.

Employee

10,000+

Revenue

More than $10B

Industry

Retail

Website

rossstores.com

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Frequently asked questions about Ross

How much do they pay at Ross?

Salaries at Ross vary depending on the job. For example, the average hourly pay for a Sales Associate is $10, $10 for a Stock Associate, $12 for a Store Protection Specialist, while an Assistant Store Manager makes $17 an hour on average.

Do Ross employees get paid weekly?

Ross employees get paid on a biweekly basis, with the payday being every other Friday.

Do you need experience to work at Ross?

No, work experience is an advantage, but it is no requirement to get an entry-level job at Ross. The only hiring requirement is being 18 years old.

Do Ross employees wear uniforms?

From 2019, Ross established a new dress code policy. The policy allows clothes in all the colors, as well as wearing jeans and sneakers. Still, the clothes have to look modest, and not revealing.

Do Ross employees get a discount?

Yes, Ross employees are eligible for a 20% discount on all store merchandise.

How do I apply for a job at Ross?

To apply for a job at Ross, check out a job of interest. Once you’ve found one, press the “Apply Now” button next to open positions or click the “See more jobs” button to see similar positions near you. You can search by location, market type, work type, or keyword. After that, just follow further instructions.

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Ross Stores awards and recognitions

Some of the company awards and recognitions include: 

 

2019

  • America’s Best Employers By State, Forbes Magazine

2017

  • STORES Top Retailers 2017, National Retail Federation

2015

  • Fortune 500, Fortune Magazine

Ross Stores cares

We support organizations that work in our communities, with an emphasis on programs that help build academic achievement and life skills in the young people who need us most.

Ross Stores reviews

2.0

Retail Associate

Merrillville, IN - May 13, 2020

Horrible store manager

He is very rude especially at night. None of his managers really like him. He is one those difficult people you don’t want work with. He talks very condescending to you. He has really bad mood swings.

5.0

Cashier/Sales Associate

Miami, FL - May 13, 2020

Great worker

Hard worker fun place to work get alone with employee and management worker never a problem with no one I love my job so much I go in on my off days work hard as I can to get where I need

5.0

Retail Sales Associate

League City, TX - May 13, 2020

The good and the bad

I think they should’ve been a little more attentive and professional . There were two managers that interviewed me and they seemed a little more occupied with their environment then interviewing me .

5.0

Cashier/Customer Service

Northglenn, CO - May 12, 2020

Really good

The most enjoyable thing working there was really good. Working with the customers.. Love working with people too. Love working with customers too. It is really good..

2.0

Sales Associate

Morrow, GA - May 12, 2020

Busy environment

If you liked to stay busy and interacting with people regularly then this is the employer for you. You can advance with good work ethics and you have alot of positive interacting between staff. Acknowledgement by managers.

1.0

Cashier

Peoria, AZ - May 11, 2020

It had its perks

I worked seasonal there, I did not like the managers there, they were tag teaming on some of the employees (me) and you can’t trust any manager there.

5.0

Security Protection Specialist

Visalia, CA - May 11, 2020

Wonderful starting area when entering the working world!

As they gave me a chance, I proved to the company that I can exceed their expectations. Whether they set it to 100%, Ill push to do my 1000% best, and so on after that. They saw the potential, and gave promotions due to that. They are very fair, and willing to give anyone a chance!

5.0

Ross Dress for Less, Cashier

Houston, TX - May 11, 2020

Employee discounts

My accomplishment was earning employee of the month two months straight for always being on time and coming in on my off days. Always greeting the customers and making sure they we're satisfies.

4.0

Office Assistant

Tucson, AZ - May 9, 2020

Ross employment

Working for Ross over all I would give a 4 rating. For the most part they take care of their employees. Days can go by fast just because their is always something to do. Work hard and your hard work will be noticed

1.0

Store Protection Specialist

Sunnyside, WA - May 9, 2020

Terrible hours,terrible pay bullying and cliqs

Dont recomend working here I started out as a stock associate I got promoted to store security specialist well I consistently got a out 15 hours a week also the manager got fired the assistant manager quit they hired a new manager who really liked cutting hours, I assume for personal"bonus" reasons and for some reason there was a toxic environment of bullying ,gossip andcliqs

5.0

Stock associate

Lake Mary, FL - May 8, 2020

excelent enviroment and good people!

I really loved to work at ross and people where so nice!

3.0

improve efficiency on associate

Delta, CO - May 7, 2020

Poor managment fun work place

Poor Management and work culture fun but not productive. Management team communicate poorly with employees, as a result employees feel underappreciated and dispensable.

2.0

Operations Supervisor

North Miami Beach, FL - May 7, 2020

alright to have as an entry level position

Entry level positions with minimal room for growth. Depending on location and who is in management will determine your work experience on a daily basis. Long hours and minimal time off or work life balance

3.0

Senior Area Loss Prevention Manager

Phoenix, AZ - May 7, 2020

Micro Managed to the penny

LP seems to dictate the path of the company and promotes individuals based on diversity versus job performance, solely at the direction of the LP VP. In typical retail fashion, leaders will make promises and never deliver.

5.0

Retail Associate

Orlando, FL - May 7, 2020

It’s a great place to work!

The salary could be better, but the company take care too much to its employees. I felt happy to work there! The management team was awesome! Always have support to us

4.0

Front End Supervisor

California - May 6, 2020

Meh

Worked at different locations. Some stores are great with amazing management. Some stores I went home crying because the management would never listen to the employees and also treat them unfairly

3.0

Crew Member

Aurora, CO - May 6, 2020

It’s a place to work for extra cash

Management is okay as far as getting a schedule and coming to work whatever position. Everyone (if they show up) will do enough to keep the store running and decently in order. If management actually showed some care and purpose of being there other than a paycheck I feel the culture there would flourish and so will the environment.

3.0

Sales Associate/Store Protection Specialist

St. Louis, MO - May 5, 2020

Ross

What stood out my 2 years there, they wasn't u to do things how they wasnt u to regardless of how much it may help the company. Your idea will not be heard, and if they are u won't get credit for it.. they also handpick employee of the month. I can't prove it but I kno I should've had it at least twice my whole time there with all the things I've accomplished, taught and learned.. this isn't the only job that had done me this way.

3.0

Sales Associate/Customer Service

Rogers, AR - May 5, 2020

They fair

There is not many black people at all. I am satisfied in my position overall. The schedules are not that great. I don’t have anything else to say. Thanks

3.0

Cash Office Associate

Baytown, TX - May 5, 2020

Pretty Fun Place To Work.

I've been with the company for over 5 years. It has been accommodating with life outside of work. The great part is that you get to work all over the store so cross training is available and you won't get bored being in one place all day. I highly recommend keeping your business to yourself as gossip travels faster than air-no matter what store you're at. The discount is great and every 5 months you get a 40% discount from Mon-Thurs. Corporate hands down stupid decisions pretty often but nothing that's wildly life changing. Very flexible and overall pretty decent company to work for.

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