Cashier (Current Employee), galtinburg tn – October 2, 2015
Pros: you get an hour for lunch and you get to work with great people
Foodcity is a great place for a first job. They work with you in anyway that they can.They are great people. They let you of when ever you need but you can only miss six days. they do note let you of with an doctors note
Gas Station Attendant (Former Employee), Gatlinburg, TN – March 27, 2015
Pros: team work and communication
learn new fast tracks and was always informed of updates w departments Good communication w staff and management. everything was good about working for this company and w the staff. knowledge on benefits and job traing was well.
food city is a great place to work for people that don't enjoy physical work
Dept. Manager (Former Employee), Big Stone Gap, VA – March 25, 2015
Pros: Job stability
Cons: need's more of an physical aspect
clock in, prep for the day , clean dept,assist customer's. I did learn how to manage people correctly I do love people. Co-worker's all different and great in their own way. Not as physical of a job that I like but still a good job.Most enjoyable all the people you get to interact with an have a chance to make them smile.
Fuel Clerk (Current Employee), Knoxville, TN – March 25, 2015
Management have been gracious on me working with being a full-time student. I travel 45 minutes to school five days a week. I am involved with two choral ensembles which require requesting off one day – more... or a weekend. The hardest part of the job was communication between fuel clerks and assistant store management. Specifically on requesting work orders for equipment to be fixed or following procedures such as requesting change or delivering cigarettes orders. Recently, my hours have been cut, and I am only available to work weekends due to my school schedule. – less
Front End Manager/Cashier (Current Employee), Greeneville, TN – March 25, 2015
Pros: Getting paidd weekly
Cons: Not enough pay
A typical day at work is having great conversations with strangers, regular customers, and coworkers. I learned when a customer has had a bad day, that a simple small can cheer them up. Our management – more... team at Food City is great, and all the coworkers are. I have made many lifelong friends. The hardest part of the job is when our systems go down, and customers get aggravated with us. The best thing about my job is meeting new people, and putting a smile on my customers' faces. – less
Day Stocker (Current Employee), Bristol, Virginia – February 26, 2015
Pros: one hour lunch break and worked every other day usually
Cons: worked every weekend, holidays
My typical day at Food City was just coming in and blocking aisles 1 through 15 then stocking the shelf with bulk products. I did learn some valuable information like how to build displays and end caps – more... which also requires to know the products height and shelf so there is not much room to make them look fuller. I had some of the best co-workers to work along side that someone could ask for except one or two but that is with every job. The hardest part of my job was if the manager before i came in didn't run any of the bulk products so that left me with extra work and i sometimes had to stay a couple hours extra but i don't mind that because its extra money it just also happened when i had plans was usually when i had to work over. The most enjoyable part of my job was just working with my co-workers they really made it a great atmosphere and comfortable to work with them. – less
Front End Manager (Former Employee), Newport, TN – February 20, 2015
Pros: co workers
Cons: one member of upper management
This employer was fast paced and offered room for advancement. In three years I went from a cashier to front end management. The hardest part of this job was dealing with difficult upper management. The best part of the job was the environment.
Meat Sales Clerk (Current Employee), Phoenix – February 13, 2015
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: short breaks
Cashier with cash debit,credit,ebt. I learned how to count down a register and do transactions with different payment methods. Management is good and is fair with their employees. My co-workers are great to be around. Hardest part of the job is checking counterfeit bills. Best part is assisting the customers.
administrative assistant (Former Employee), strawberry plains – February 6, 2015
Account receivables and payables, technology skills, e-mail usage and operations, maintaining adequate amount of office supplies, time management, problem solving skills, great writing skills, proofreading, and filing.
Good place to work/ hard hours for early morning school
Stocker/Sales Associate (Former Employee), Bristol, VA – January 14, 2015
Pros: lots of hours
Cons: late nights for highschool
Stock/rearrange items, front items, teamwork, a good structural place, hardest part of the job was while I was in high school and sick with gallbladder dysfunction the late nights such as 2-2 and than wake up at 7 for school was hard. Good friend ships made here
Night Stock (Former Employee), Crossville, TN – January 14, 2015
Pros: good hours
Cons: short breaks
A typical day at work was to come in prepared and stock shelves. I was one of the guys to make sure the store look impeccable for the customers the following morning. My co-workers did an awesome job. The hardest part was staying awake all night.
Floor Maintance (Former Employee), Lisbon, ME – January 12, 2015
Cons: managment an everyone leaving stuff/work for the next person
sweep , wash floors , buff floors not sure if I learned anything management wasn't very helpful the last year after jeff left most co-workers were nice the hardest part was new management thought I should – more... come in during the day and to sweeps an such that day crew was suppose to be responcable for and they had done the previous four yrs an was immposible to do with hours getting cut to 28 a week most enjoyable was having a paycheck every week – less