Cashier (Former Employee), North Versailles, PA – July 20, 2014
Scan customers items through the register in a timely manner then precede to bag the customers items. Call for assistance when an item does not ring up the proper price by using intercom system. Maintain a tidy and clean front end by wiping down the registers and restocking the register paper and sweeping the floors. Answering customer question regarding – more... products and store polices. – less
My day would usually start at 8 a.m. I would go get daily sales, and shrinkage, put in the order for the department and clean. Every Monday I would make the schedule out for the department, get the hot bar and salad bar ready for the day while waiting on customers. Make sure all stations were clean and set for the day.
Coordinator (Current Employee), Boardman Ohio – July 8, 2014
Working at Giant Eagle over the past four years, I have learned several essential skills that will help me achieve success in the future. For instance, working with the general public has given me outstanding communication skills. I am able to efficiently listen and solve problems with customers or co-workers. I have also developed a strong sense of – more... working with a team. A great amount of mutual respect and trust has blossomed between me and my co-workers throughout the years. The most enjoyable part of my job is helping customers and other employees with different problems. For example, I enjoy showing customers to specific products throughout the store as well as explaining any promotions that we have. With other employees, I enjoy training new cashiers, explaining how certain processes work within our store, and fixing money mistakes made throughout my shift. – less
Giant Eagle is a fun and energetic company to work for. A typical day would entail, stetting up the case, cooking gourmet items, Assisting crew with food preparation, helping customers with catering events, budgeting, rotating items in coolers for freshness, ordering and sorting incoming deliveries, supervising and continued training of employees. The – more... most difficult aspect of the job would be conflicts between employees. The most enjoyable part of the job would be creating several types of recipes. – less