Front End Associate,Account Analyst,Cash Office (Former Employee) – Reading, PA – July 13, 2017
This retail food chain is no longer in PA. Working here there were weeks that there would be many hours of work and other weeks that were minimal. I did enjoy working here because here, I learned different areas of the store (account analyst, cash office assistant). I was proud to have been trusted with other responsibilities.
Front End Manager (Former Employee) – Grays Ferry, PA – April 26, 2017
Bottom Dollar Food was a job that I learned a lot of different skills. I learned how to manage people (the most difficult task), perform manual labor and develop and train associates. I did enjoy the amount of time off I received while working there. After 3 years, I had 5 weeks off. Each day was different as I had different shifts and I worked with different managers and associates. The workplace culture was positive and engaging.
Fresh/Produce And Dry Stock Associate (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – January 11, 2017
while i worked here it was a good start up job for teen. i learned a lot about the work force and was able to begin working with my best foot forward. however this company is no longer in business. consider food lion, which was owned by the same major company
Co-workers very nice and easy to get along with. Managers were very flexible and understanding. Hardest part of the job was working in the freezer. Most enjoyable part was unloading the truck. I learned its a lot easier when you try not to do everything by yourself.
Bottom Dollar was a promising company with strong management and a positive work environment. Unfortunately after three years of employment the parent company Del Haize America decided to close the doors.