Customer Service Clerk (Former Employee) – Uxbridge, MA – January 19, 2017
Good work place with an awesome boss. They are good with vacations, sick time, and actually care about you. Great place to work if you are looking for a part time job while still trying to maintain a social life.
Deli associate (Former Employee) – Biddeford, ME – January 9, 2017
Higher-ups in management are good with working with students, making sure they can balance work and education. A typical day at work involves stocking, cleaning, and interacting with customers in a fast-paced environment. Coworkers tend to be pleasant, and help each other get through department tasks while managing customer flow. Management is detached at times and does not always make sure employees are able to complete all work on time. Managing customer service and department tasks (i.e. cleaning, restocking, etc) is the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part is interacting with regular customers.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Ellsworth, ME – January 8, 2017
Working for the hannaford company was a part time thing while I was in college, it gave me the ability to truly engage with my community and see many smiling faces come in and out of the store satisfied with their purchases.
Produce Associate (Former Employee) – Williston, VT – January 4, 2017
It was fast pace but the training was very well maintained and easy to pick up. When I was training at Hannaford, they didn't overwhelm me with a dozen tasks on my first week. Instead they walked me through the basics, guided me through the daily tasks and ACTUALLY stayed by my side the first 3 days to make sure that I was understanding the procedures and knowledge on why and what I was doing. What I truly loved was the weekly quizzes on food-born illnesses and what actions you need to take if you are ill.
Family oriented, decent pay, involved in the community
very strict on punching in and out on lunches and going over 30 minutes on your lunch.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Upstate NY – January 4, 2017
Employees are generally treated kindly and respectfully. Flexibility in scheduling seems good. Like most retail employers, most benefits are provided only for full-time employees and starting pay for hourly-pay employees is largely in the range of $9 to $10.50/hr. There is some sick and holiday pay, even for new employees. A minus is that unlike some retail employers, there is no employee shopping discount. One positive that seems rare among many corporations is that Hannaford seems to truly care about the needs of both its employees and its customers and, unlike most other grocery retailers, it normally doesn't use marketing tricks or gimmicks. Opportunity for department or geographic relocation is good. Over all, Hannaford is a good place to work.
An over all respect and concern for employees, company ethics, flexible scheduling, transfer opportunities
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – New Hampshire – January 2, 2017
Started working for the company while still in High School. Was a great first job for students looking to make a little extra money. As I moved into college I was able to contact my Manager and be put on the schedule for when I would be on break. Given reasonable hours week wise and length wise per day.
Bakery Associate (Current Employee) – Valatie, NY – December 28, 2016
Hannaford's is an overall good workplace especially for people trying to get on their feet. When you work at Hannaford's its more like working with family rather than working with coworkers. Everyone helps each other when needed. The management is also very friendly. You can go to them about any problems or concerns that you may have.
Bakery Associate (Current Employee) – Wappingers Falls, NY – December 28, 2016
no job security hours are not consistent managers play favorites co workers are doing the bare minimum co workers are teens young people 17-23 co workers do have a positive attitude the pay is decent job requirements not overly difficult