CrossmarkCrossmark Bad Management @ Sam's Club

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Recently, this company has been contracted to work in Sam's Club. The Crossmark company has not done their job well concerning hiring their Retail Supervisor of Events (RSE). They were not supervised well by upper management in Crossmark. The upper/senior management let the first RSE assigned to this Sam's Club conduct Vendor funded events with an employee working for Crossmark conduct an event for that Sam's Club at the same time. That means falsely reporting that the event was run as paid for to the Vendor when those funds were being used to run a Sam's Club "Road Show" event simultaneously. The RSE had done this repeatedly between February and October 2010. Crossmark did not oversee what was happening in the Club. There was much favoritism shown by this RSE for the benefit towards the past Sam's Club sampling employees (let go by Sam's Clubs Jan 2010) who were hired by Crossmark for positions within Sam's Club. These X-Sam's Club sampling persons do not follow the Crossmark rules and guidelines for food sanitation/safety set by the Health Dept. Why are they allowed to still be there in this company if they are not following the guidelines for food safety or what they are supposed to do while conducting an event? There are several reasons you do not want to work for this company. See the other complaints here for more information on this company prior to accepting a job with them.

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    demolady Dec 07, 2010

    I have been a vendor doing demos in this club a few times and I have NEVER seen what you are talking about. There was at one time a lead maybe that would go around and was pretty hard on the demo people and made them cry but as far as favoritism now I just dont see it. The RSE as you say has checked in with me several times and always been more than friendly to me. Maybe you need to key me in on what I am supposed to be looking for... demolady

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    env Dec 11, 2010

    The complaint stands. Look more closely.

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