Cashier (Former Employee), Millen, GA – May 15, 2013
Pros: getting to know everyone, the excitment, enviroment
Cons: hours, pay, and some of the coworkers
This work enviroment was good but the compensation was not quite worth it. the co workers and managers were very people oriented and they were very hands on when explaining things you needed to know. Many of the workers though did not quite need to be in the workplace in the position they were in. The hardest part of the job would have been the constant – more... busyness, especially around holidays. I overall enjoyed the people and fun we used to have, but it was a very fast paced jon that you were constantly moving. – less
Assistant Bookkeeper/Customer Service Clerk (Current Employee), Harrison, TN – May 6, 2013
Cons: short breaks, benefits
A typical day at work is usually busy day. Steady busy with customers throughout the day. The managers are pretty good for the most part. I love my co-workers we are all really close and I usually always get along with everyone. The hardest part of my job would probably be when I have to deal with a hard situation or decision but I find the best way – more... to deal with it and the smartest way. The most enjoyable part of my job would be me working with others. I love people so I love talking with others and helping them. – less
Grocery Store Cashier (Current Employee), Charlotte, NC – April 24, 2013
Pros: managements, co-workers
Love working at the BI-Lo store in Matthews its walking distance to my house also it has great benefits there to dealing with anything from health insurance and auto insurance. The fuelperks offered there is a big bonus to me filling up my tank at the gas station. The more I shop there the more discounts I get at the pump.
Dairy Manager (Former Employee), Hendersonville, NC – April 9, 2013
I did it all there, bagged groceries, ran a register, dealt with customers, stocked shelves, worked in the produce dept. Had so many different mangers, cant even remember half their names or faces. Not really a hard job, got boring some days.
Courtesy Clerk (Current Employee), Charlotte, NC – April 9, 2013
Day usually starts at 12pm then help bag because there are alot of customers. Then i speak to my co-workers and the customers. Then clean restrooms and then get carts from outside. I usually do this for about 3-4 hours until my 15 min break. After my break, then it's back to work for about 2 more hours. When my relief arrieves, i make sure all my work – more... is done and done correctly. Then i leave – less
cashier (Former Employee), Charlotte, NC – April 8, 2013
Pros: got to meet diffrent kinds of people.
Cons: not enough hours
a typical day at the job was pleasent, and busy. i learned to take my time and to be more patient. ms. johnson was the manager that hired me, she was very spiritual and uplifting. there relly wasnt any hard part of the job.
Bookkeeper/front end (Current Employee), Mount Pleasant – April 7, 2013
Pros: pay, flexibility, management
Cons: none really
My first job was at bilo when I was 16, I never once had a problem. My managers were always very understanding and flexible with my schedule throughout my time there. I left bilo a year ago, only to find myself returning next week. I'm happy to be going back because I know the company is a great one.
Cashier (Former Employee), Rock Hill SC – March 29, 2013
Pros: great managers and co-workers
Cons: rude customers, strict rules, etc.
I applied because it was close to home and i could walk to work since i didn't yet have a license. I thought i would enjoy it but I've been miserable since day one. Most of my customers are rude, hateful, aggravated, and pushy, and really don't care about the cashiers. Some customers were so rude, i went home in tears on numerous occasions. I love all – more... my coworkers and managers though. They were all really welcoming when i started and still are very helpful. It's definitely not for someone who can't stand in one spot for too long. I mostly like working in the evenings when it isn't so busy. Overall, its just the same boring, mediocre cycle every day. – less
A typical day at work consist of unloading and breaking down the truck by department, stocking items, blocking doors and ordering products. I have learned many things in my five years at Bi-Lo including information about the process of a grocery store, inventory, and audits. Management is constantly being transfered thru the company making it hard to – more... build good relationships and there is a high turnover rate with co-workers but for the full-time employees, close relations are kept. The hardest part of the job is getting the truck broken down and the most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with customers. – less
Cashier/Sales Associate (Current Employee), Ocala, FL – March 24, 2013
Pros: meeting new people, helping guests
A typical day at work consists of attending to guests needs. I've learned a lot about life such as not taking things for granted. The management works hard to help the guests in every way possible and the co-workers work harder than a lot of people I've ever seen. The hardest part of the job is listening to people's life stories and not being able to – more... help them. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to make some kind of difference in a persons life whether its listening or telling about your life too. – less