A typical day at work is pretty simple everyone does their job and will hold conversation with other and customers. I've learned how to operate a cash register and other basic skills. Management is good they make sure all employees are doing their job. Co-workers are fun to be around never a dull moment. The hardest part of the job is having to ring up WIC orders.Most enjoyable part of the job is being able to have freedom and conversating with my co-workers.
Cook primarily (Former Employee) – Statesboro, GA 30458 – June 18, 2016
A typical day at work begins before the customers arrive. It is important that everything seems seamless for the experiences. I would begin cooking and prepping as soon as I walked onto the floor, making sure to always be busy covering several jobs at once. I adored my coworkers almost as much as I did the customers. The hardest part of the job was the never ending chain of bosses that all had different opinions on how things were to be handled and not one of them talked to each other. I thoroughly enjoyed me job. The best part was the interactions I got to have with people. Making people happy or satisfied was a great experience.
The customers and the coworkers. Knowing what I usually had to do everyday.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Batesburg-Leesville, SC – June 9, 2016
A typical day just involved standing at a register all shift long. I learned communication skills, gained cash handling experience, and efficient bagging skills. Management involved multiple managers. Most of them were awesome...just had one bad apple. My co-workers were okay. Never any arguments..all professional. The hardest part was dealing with the occasional rude customers. The most enjoyable part was on the rare occasion another department was slack on help and they would send me to the rescue.
Head cashier (Former Employee) – Martinez, GA – May 31, 2016
I loved working for this company, great people to work for and I loved the customers that came in everyday!!! Great work place, worked with about schedules, pay was reasonable, ways to advance in the company
Deli Worker (Delicatessen Worker) (Former Employee) – Pooler, GA – May 25, 2016
i was promised the over night shift in the middle of October. When i asked about the position i was asked to wait until after the holidays, and after the holidays i was told i would not be allowed to leave the deli.
Cahsier (Former Employee) – Parris Island, SC – May 23, 2016
Never regret getting a job there. Nice friendly people. Always encouraging employees to improve. The most enjoyable part of the day was the whole shift. It was never a dull moment. Kept you laughing and smiling.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Rock Hill, SC – May 10, 2016
BiLo was very fun for me and I enjoyed working there as a high school student. It worked out great with my schedule and the environment was very friendly. Learning the register's operations is very easy once you get the hang of it and if you didn't understand something, there was always a manager ready to help you. The hardest part of the job would be making sure that you can balance speed and accuracy, and the easiest part would be learning how to operate the register. I would definitely work here again.
BI-LO/FOOD CITY is a great place to work even if your just starting out in the work field. You can learn customer service which can be used in a wide variety of businesses. You meet great people and if you stay with it you can get great results from working hard
Cashier (Former Employee) – Pendleton, SC – April 19, 2016
A typical day working as a cashier involves providing top quality customer service. Accepting different forms of payment, making sure customers are satisfied with their visit in the store. Assist in other areas in the store.
Horrible Advancement opportunities at least in my store Employees constantly rude to one another Horrible advancement opportunities Problems with work schedule due to college even though college schedule was given ahead of time