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Hey everyone! I hope someone can help me out with this. I know that my store manager printed out my first employee discount barcode, but that one expired and I figured it's time to print a new one so I can get my usual coffee after a shift. I can't seem to figure where I'm supposed to go to print of my barcode though. Can anyone help me out with this? A shift manager told me I had to do it on my home computer and go to bninside, but I just didn't understand. Thanks!


Jun. 1st, 2015 05:29 pm (UTC)
B&N Survival Guide.
If you want to keep your job tips:

Never call we listen it's a trap set up by corporate, always be looking for a better job but tell no one, don't gossip or complain on the job, be productive & stop worrying about what you can't control, don't trust anyone that works here, stay in school & get that degree, avoid conversations with DM's they can't be trusted, if hours are cut file for unemployment, save & invest some money, never show anger or stress on the job & always try to look happy, keep to yourself & avoid workplace drama, do whatever management wants & don't rock the boat, give no ideas or suggestions on how to improve anything, know that you max out on raises and will eventually stop getting raises, the longer you work here the more management wants you gone, if hours are reduced look at temp companies to make some money, file for food stamps if hours are reduced, ignore & avoid bad employees that create drama, laugh & have fun this company won't be around forever.
Jun. 3rd, 2015 04:23 am (UTC)
Re: B&N Survival Guide.
You just couldn't go one post without this same shit all over again, could you? Shut up already!!!
Jun. 4th, 2015 04:09 pm (UTC)
Re: B&N Survival Guide.
I've only worked in my store for two months and I can already tell this. I can not believe how shity B&N is to it's employees. The discount is a joke.
Jun. 5th, 2015 06:53 pm (UTC)
Re: B&N Survival Guide.
You are so right. You should go and quit right now. PLEASE DO
Oct. 21st, 2015 04:11 pm (UTC)
Re: B&N Survival Guide.
Really? I absolutely love working there! There's raise opportunities and chances to move up in position, the discount is great in my opinion because I love getting half off cafe items plus the discount on books, not to mention the fact that we can check out almost any hard cover book in the store for two weeks or take home/keep up to 5 stripped books a day do you seriously think that's not awesome?? And just an added bonus, my store has awesome employees and I love working there more than anything! I'm sorry you're having such a difficult time at your store but don't say BN is shitty in general because you're having a bad experience. :P


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