Meat Clerk (Former Employee), Wichita, KS – August 29, 2014
Pros: good pay, good work, good hours, great people.
Cons: antisocial position.
As a Meat Clerk at Dillons, it was a great experience. The staff was very supportive, very understanding and informative during training through every step, great atmosphere, and excellent employee services, as well as, excellent employee safety concern.
Deli Clerk (Former Employee), McPherson, KS – August 2, 2014
My typical day would be arriving at 11:00am everyday; help customers all day; prepare food for the hot case; slice deli meat and cheese for cold case; clean and sanitize; and check temperatures every hour. I learned how to not be as shy because I had to talk to many different people all day, everyday. Management was not very good. He messed around a – more... lot and did not really do his job by helping his employees. My co-workers were great, fun, energized people to be around. The hardest part of my job was being left alone during the busiest hour of the day. I had a long line of customers, some angry. The most enjoyable was working with a bunch of different customers. – less
Dillons was great I only worked there for a year, but I loved it.
Courtesy Clerk (Former Employee), Wichita, KS – July 24, 2014
Pros: dillons was by far one of the best jobs i had.
Cons: there was really no cons about working at dillons.
A typical day at work included showing up for work early and ready to get the day started. I learned while working there that not all customers are friendly. There were a few that were really difficult, but for the most part they were friendly. The management at Dillons was great if there was a troublesome customer than they would take over and deal – more... with them while you went into the office to cool off for a few minutes. The co-workers there were great if ever there was a problem with finding something they would help whoever find exactly what they were looking for. The hardest part about working at Dillons was bringing in carts, because they would sometimes get stuck or caught on something. The most enjoyable about working there was helping the customers out to their cars and dealing with some really great customers and co-workers. – less
Produce Clerk (Former Employee), Junction City , KS – July 14, 2014
The management there was very poor I had 2 managers who were extremely sexist towards women. One of liked to make Cat calls and disappear half the time while the other one pretty much said women have no place in the workplace and Produce was a mans job. Half the time I would have to go to Manager meetings in my Managers place because they couldn't be – more... found. The work itself wasn't that hard inventory food order foods and stock up fruit. The hardest part of my job was dealing with my Managers there because they could never be found. The most enjoyable part was the customers I think I rarely ever had any problems out of customers. – less
Cashier/Night Grocery Stock Lead (Current Employee), Andover, KS – May 10, 2014
We work our tails off and still most of the time end up with over time because there are not enough night stockers and they expect us to finish the job before we can leave. constantly get in trouble for over time and expect us to work faster instead of lessening the work load. After throwing the truck ever night we also have to face/condition the store – more... which takes an additional hr in a half to two hrs. They could have the day crew do it instead of us but they insist on us doing it. Management is rude and doesn't appreciate the work we do because they expect it to take less time. – less
Café Manager/ Head Chef (Current Employee), Hutchinson, KS – December 29, 2013
Pros: helping others
Cons: writing up staff
Place any need orders and unload any shipment. Prepare food for the lunch hours. Help staff when need. Cook Lunch Prepare food for the next day. Close out Registers. Clean up and help staff with any additonal things.
Cashier and Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Dodge City, KS – December 19, 2013
Pros: people rate of pay
Cons: new management
Working with the people during every season, working every holiday, counting back change and dealing with any situation as it came. I learned to multitask and go above and beyond for customers and as a result I learned excellence in my job. I earned a 2.65 cent raise in one day as a result of my job. I developed "regulars" and a reputation for being – more... quick and accurate. My coworkers did their jobs and did them well and they were able to help the guests with their orders. The hardest part of the job was not having product for that was on sale or hearing from customers when someone was rude to them. The people were the most enjoyable part of my job. – less