Orientation was the best part
Answered - Cashier and Customer Service and receiving (Former Employee) - Whittier, CA
Watching Videos of safe box knife use and how to cut boxes without cutting product. General safety, store policy, etc.
Bring coffee... boring
Answered - Hourly Associate (Current Employee) - Henderson, KY
You watch videos and learn more about food 4 less and you have online assessments for 3 days.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Sylmar, CA
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Stockton, CA
Very detailed on information for new employee.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Dalton City, IL
No orientation was provided, you just get hired and thrown right in and expected to learn on the fly, at least at this location.
Answered - Customer 1st Clerk (Former Employee) - Temecula, CA
Great, they training instructors makes sure you understand what you are suppose to do.
Answered - Customer First Clerk (Former Employee) - Temecula, CA
Fun very sociable in a very great learning process about retail
Answered - Overnight Manager (Former Employee) - Melrose Park, IL