Front end Shift Leader (Former Employee) – Lewiston, ME – July 24, 2014
I accepted this job in order to have the opportunity to stay home with my children. I worked part time evenings and weekends. This was not a career of choice just a way to supplement income for my family. I started as a cashier and was quickly promoted to supervisor.
Assistant Seafood Manager (Former Employee) – Westbrook, ME – April 21, 2017
Overall a good company, but there are a few flaws as with any. I work here on two separate occasions. I experienced a lack of support in management training and as a manager. If you decide to move up, make sure you're setting yourself up for success.
Good pay/benefits if you're full time, good first job, lexible hours, can move up quick if in the right place
some upper management need to support their employees and counterparts more, better training and development and competent trainers, not enough balance and inconsistent schedules
Bakery Associate (Former Employee) – East Greenbush, NY – April 20, 2017
I spent many years with this company. Managers were always willing to assist. Although it is a fast paced environment, it was also a fun place to work. With many opportunities to grow with the company.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Old Town, ME – April 20, 2017
It was a nice place to work. My fellow employees were nice and had great customer service. The management and my supervisors were wonderful, and they cared about your well being. However, they did not have a set schedule, and it was hard to schedule things in advance.
Full Time Night Shift Employee (Former Employee) – Saratoga Springs, NY – April 17, 2017
Working nights isn't for everyone. I worked night freight crew for a few years and it took a lot away from my normal daytime life. But I got fairly good raises with time from the company. The two dollar differential was what made me stay for a while.
Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – East Hampstead, NH – April 13, 2017
I loved the people I worked with as they brought humor and professionalism to the job. I wasn't very happy with the department manager as she was rarely seen working with us but would take hour long lunches, poor scheduling of break times and lunches.
Productive, fast-paced environment with wonderful coworkers
Hannaford To-Go Expeditor (Current Employee) – Kennebunk, ME – April 13, 2017
Hannaford is a nice environment where one can build strong relationships with coworkers and customers. The work is fast-paced, and there is almost always something to be done. There are opportunities to advance within the company, and learning something new happens very frequently. Hannaford allows someone to take pride in their work, and coworkers and customers recognize the loyalty and desire to make a difference.
Hannaford To Go Expeditor/Customer Service Leader (Current Employee) – Maine – April 9, 2017
A lot of potential to move up if you want. Typical work place; some days are great, some days are the worst. Some associates really don't want to be there, others are happy they have a job. Everybody needs to buy food, so if you take pride in your work and stay positive you'll do well. Customers can be jerks but that's any business that works with the public. Shake it off and remember you're at least being paid to deal with it.
Weekends and nights are a must if you want full time.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Morrisville, VT – April 9, 2017
Hannaford in Morrisville, Vermont is a very clean grocery store. The layout makes it very easy to find everything you need. The meat department is exceptionally clean and makes sure to help anyone in need! The cuts are top notch, never disappoints!
Night Crew (Former Employee) – Milton, VT – April 6, 2017
Typical day includes stocking shelves, condensing products in back room, and fixing products on shelving in store. Lots of heavy lifting, fast paced environment. Learn to make bails with the cardboard compactor. Wear comfortable shoes.
Cashier/ Service Clerk (Former Employee) – Easton, MA – April 1, 2017
Hanaford's was a great first job that enabled me to broaden my horizons and understand what a real workplace was like. Here I learned how to handle clients currency, interact with customers and employees, and most importantly I learned how to be financial independent. I worked as a cashier for four year. During that time I learned how to manage difficult situations involving unhappy customers.