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1740 SE Ochoco St, Milwaukie, OR | Directions   97222

45.458611 -122.646742

Thrift Stores, Furniture, Vanities  more

More Categories: Shoes, Discount Stores, Consignment Shops, Sporting Goods, Wholesalers

Payment Methods: Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Mcloughlin Industrial


Reviews for Goodwill

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

OCHOCO OUTLET DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY! – Goodwill has been franchising it stores for about 10 years now. It is Goodwill only in name now. This was part of the scandal with the National CEO for Goodwill that happened a few years back. It was discovered he made an incredible 2 plus million dollars yearly. This is why the prices have gone up to new retail prices. I think they should no longer get a non-profit tax exemption.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

slave labor – i have worked for goodwill for 14 years. i worked my way up from the bottem to the dock lead position. we unloaded up to 32 trailers a day and still management wanted more. we sorted and loaded salvage goods generating millions of dollars in textile alone. that does not include the shoes, electronics or the books or stuffed animals or the computer componets. Its common practice at goodwill to burn through the employees many of wich dont even survive the introductory period. let alone survive to get any sort of benefits. it was also common practice to throw away millions in marketable merchendise do to the fact that goodwill is a nonprofit organisation and has to spend money. Another common practice is to straight up lie to the employees tell them one thing and do another. In other words lets say one of my employees hit something with the forklift and did not say anything about it, true their would be an investagation but nothing would come of it. so lets tell the employees that as long as they came forth and told the truth nothing would come of it save a three day suspension. well we said that and to be truthfull we suspended and fired many employees useing that method. goodwills theft policy is also questionable, say a employee is working along and gets oil or grease on his clothes. if he changes into or puts on donated clothes to finnish the shift it is considered theft. they are suspended and fired. i also seen when a female employee was fired do to the fact that she wrapped a shirt around her waist while she went to the bathroom, her defence was that it was that time of the month and she had female things to tend to. i beleaved her, my boss could care less. good will as he put it is something to do between jobs.

over a year ago

Pick up that computer printer or blazer you've been looking for while supporting someone's quest for independence. – In Short
Goodwill's thrift shops provide vocational training and job opportunities for disabled men and women in the Portland metropolitan area. Donated items are sorted, priced and sold by volunteers and employees, many of whom are disabled. The merchandise selection ranges from housewares, books and clothing to electronics and sporting goods. Prices run low at Goodwill; many items cost only a few dollars.


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