Pros: Coworkers, Simple, Easy to do
Cons: Management, Communication, Lack of Respect for employees
I have worked for Dillons for 5 years, now. Yeah while you're in college, it is a great place to work. The management there is very underhanded and inattentive. Despite being told I am one of the best employees they have, I still get and average of 25 hours a week. It took me 5 years, with prior experience to get to $9.75/hr, where others have started at a higher pay rate than I have. When bringing any issue up to any manager, they will be more likely to give you a speech about why it's your fault. The company itself is lazy. The department I have worked in has had and still does have many safety violations that have not been fixed. Many things are broken, but rather than have them fixed, the company spends more money on hiring unnecessary employees. It is impossible to say no to any customer. Even if they are downright rude, the management is more likely to defend them than they are to defend the employee. I love my co workers that are my equals, but the immediate supervisors seem to have a lack of proper training, as well. If you're looking for something temporary that is the only way I would ever recommend working at Dillons.