Needs change in the right direction.
Pros: benefits, unions, hr dept.
Cons: morals, standards, respect.
As I walked into this company years ago, I found it to be a nice place to work; over time, I quickly learned that my perception of the company was and is very different. I found that they are very (per what I had been hearing) a great company to work for; and while I agree with a few things they do, I've come to realize, they tend to think solely of themselves, and it's all about keeping the management in their position, whether they are right or wrong. From my experience here, I've seen them (more than not) say one thing, and do another. I've found in my years here, that I am more of a "tool" than an employee, and when you as a company say that you treat your "employees" well; my question is to you, do you have employees? Or just "tools"?. While this is a review; and not just a place to make a statement, I find that while Haggen, Inc/Top Foods, may be great to work for, I've found it to be quite a different story told. When you have a poor idea of morals, and don't keep even your own set standards all that well, I find that it's a very self minded mindset, rather than a team effort, and mindset going forth for a much greater purpose. How you treat someone, is how they most likely will treat you. Being ignorant of those who make your position possible, should not be grounds for disrespect. How you treat your employees, (tools) will be how it will show to your customers. We as your employees are your backbone, not just a number and a face. Treat us with well, and with the respect you yourself want, and see how situations change, and how much more happier your employees (tools) work to keep (even) you in your position.