Selector/Picker (Former Employee) – Winthrop, ME – November 15, 2017
You had free range in your zone to go the pace that best fit you. You got 3 breaks, 2 15-20 minute breaks and 1 half hour break, If we had to work a 12 hour shift the company supplied an extra lunch which they would supply food.
Business Information Analyst (Former Employee) – Salisbury, NC – November 13, 2017
The management there doesn't care if what you're going through is a personal attack, if the parties involved are best buds, you have no chance. It seems that too many of the employees there have a petty character and even management further up the chain has the same mentality.
It wasn't a bad drive.
Not being judged based on your work ethic, job knowledge, ability and eagerness to learn new things.
Bakery Manager, Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) – Wappingers Falls, NY – November 10, 2017
was great when i worked for them, but have heard things have changed dramatically in recent years. the entire industry is going through a transformative era and it's not heading towards the positive in my opinion.
Accountant II (Former Employee) – Salisbury, NC – November 2, 2017
This is an ok place to work. There are advancement opportunities but they are very difficult to move into in general. Most management is very supportive. The most difficult part of the jobs available is learning all the different systems used in the organizations. I personally used 5 different systems to generate information but there are many more that are used in the organization.
Lots of employee programs; able to telecommute occasionally
Delhaize is a great job but it requires a good physical condition somewhat to be able to meet production. Once learning the whereabouts things get a little easier. Management can be... "management" of course, some are sarcastic others are helpful.
Used to be a great place to work but like anyplace going through a merger, things can get rough and uncertain. Its really sad to see how they've turned their backs on their values in this transitionary time.
Depends on your location and your team mate. Some managers need to improve their manager skills and realize that the company is based off a team and if no one's working as a team then the company fails.
Item Life Cycle - Temp Assignment (Current Employee) – Portland, ME – September 28, 2017
I love my job here, but it's only a temporary assignment, coming to an end in October. Wendy, my immediate supervisor, is one of the best bosses I've ever had. I like the work, the environment, and even made a few friends while I was here. It's gonna be sad to go!
Purchasing (Current Employee) – Salisbury, NC – September 26, 2017
If you have family working there you have a chance. It seems like if you have family there you can get a job easily but if you are an outsider you are only considered if there isn't a family member looking for a job. The culture is very much "This is the way we do it here." I have never worked somewhere where they didn't actively try to improve things every day. Not the case here in my experience.
Foodlion (Current Employee) – Monroe, NC – September 25, 2017
Great day at work, great relationships with customers. I learned how to bite my tongue and it also taught me how to humble myself in numerous ways. The management is alright but the store manager has favorites. Workplace culture is to just keep the customers happy and satisfied. The hardest part of the job was learning how to bite my tongue and adjusting to the way the customers are suppose to be treated. The most enjoyable part about the job when I adjusted was actually getting to know the customers and being in a positive environment.
Selector/Picker (Current Employee) – Dunn, NC – September 18, 2017
Delhaize America is a decent job. It is very faced paced and competitive as is any fast paced job. Hours are all out of order, some days are 4 to 6 hours while some are 12- 13 hours long. It's completely unpredictable and is very hard to tolerate. Supervisors look the other way when protocol is broken, not the best place for a career but if you can put up with it then it's a halfway decent job.
Store Associate - Grocery/Produce (Current Employee) – Greensboro, NC – September 1, 2017
Good place to start a career if you are into food retail/wholesale. Mostly entry level part-time position with growth potential. High worker turnover rate. Uniform provide so that's a plus. Flexible hours/shifts.