Bagger (Former Employee), Aurora, IL – August 13, 2015
Decent people all around, management, customers and employees, kept a team effort and pulled off hard work efficiently. Only bad side is not many places to grow in the company, hours could be taken by veterans and no one would contact you about the constant hour changes.
Deli Clerk (Former Employee), Oswego, IL – July 15, 2015
As this was my first job I expected to be trained longer but was placed on my own rather quickly and also ordered to train new employees in my 4 months at Dominick's I was depended and should have stayed longer.
Fuel station attendant (Former Employee), Oswego, IL – October 26, 2014
Typical day at work, stressful due to the faulty pumps and angry customers. I learned how to manage stress at work. Manager was very unorganized and not too kind. Co-workers were nice and help bring me to speed. Hardest part of the job was being asked something I didn't have the answer to due to lack of training. Most enjoyable part was the peaceful moments when everything flowed right.
It was fun because it was my first job I was ecited everyday
Stock Clerk (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – August 25, 2014
Pros: pros where we got a discounted lunch.
Cons: cons were pushing carts in the hot weather.
A typical day at work would be bagging items, pushing carts and helping guest. I learned dhow to bag items and push carts correctly. My management was great I never had a issue with them. My hardest part was pushing carts in the 100 degree weather. The most enjoyable part was cleaning up the store it was a big store and always something to do.
Customer service (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – August 3, 2014
Organized weekly sales reports for the sales department to track product success. Trained new employees quarterly. Worked as a team member performing cashier duties, product assistance and cleaning. Designed and suggested new display ideas to improve accessibility to merchandise, which increased sales.
Fuel Station Clerk (Former Employee), Romeoville, IL – July 29, 2014
be on time with positive energy. I learned how to make their special burgers. management was very nice and humble. my co workers worked as a team. hardest part of the job was taking food orders while other orders are brought back needing to be remade. most enjoyable part of the job was when closing the restaurant we were able to play radio music for motivation to clean and finish.
Produce Clerk (Former Employee), Glen Ellyn, IL – April 16, 2014
clock in and head over to the produce department where i would ask my manager where he wanted me to get started. i would go back into the cooler and load up a cart of whatever needed stocking. this would go on for about 3- 7 hours and then i would face the shelves and clean up the back room, mop and sweep. co-workers were great. the hardest part was to stay motivated. same stuff every day
Front-End Cashier (Former Employee), Frankfort, IL – March 31, 2014
My day at Dominick's would consist of dealing with customers on the front end and other department coworkers, and having a working understanding of all of them. My management would encourage leadership and team work. Hardest part would be dealing the disgruntled customers, but mostly I overcame this by keeping a level head.