Cashier/service clerk (Former Employee) – Brewer, ME – February 3, 2016
The company Is great if youre looking for a first job. This company doesn't seem to appreciate hardwork apposed to standing around waisting money. They seem to value the managers and that's about it. If you are not a manager then you wont even be looked upon while working with them.
Stock Clerk (over night) (Former Employee) – Niskayuna, NY – December 15, 2015
Clocked in Checked in with management Blocked store until the truck came in Pulled pallets to the floor After all of the pallet were out on the floor, I would start throwing my bulk isles(pet,soap,diaper) while the guys would sort the other pallets in the backroom.When they were done in the back I would help pull the boats to the floor. When I finish getting my bulk product to the shelves I threw my isles,which includes bins, floor displays and end caps.At the end of my shift I would make sure all of my plastic and cardboard was cleaned up,my bulk pallets were off the floor and properly wrapped. As for my coworkers they were always trying to play a practical joke on each other such as, hiding boat or shopping carts in another isle or hiding their coffee. Our manager would sometimes be in on the joke himself.I would just stand back and laugh. I think for all of us the hardest part of the job came when the truck was three or four hours late and it upset all of us because, we did not want to get in trouble for not being able to get our jobs done on time.We did not get in trouble for it and were thanked for doing the best we could given the situation.
Free work out.I did not have to pay to go to the gym
Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – Burlington, VT – October 23, 2015
preparing salads. taking customer orders. Making platters. restocking. rotating product. we then start closing. we change meat pans. do dishes. clean windows. Clean and take apart slicers, Dishes. sweeping and mopping.
The work environment was a department in the supermarket; always traffic thru store. This was my first professional job, learned something new everyday. Also, had the opportunity to step in as interim Pharmacy Manager.
Light housekeeping (Former Employee) – Newport News, VA – September 20, 2015
The place was very organize. The coworkers were always polite and helpful when needed. Their I would clean bathroom, bag items for customers, and grett each customer with a smile and a thankyou for coming.The hardest part of the job for me was having to leave . This most enjoyable part to me was meeting all the guest and getting to know them like family.
Producce Associate (Former Employee) – Biddeford, ME – September 2, 2015
Hannaford was great to work for at first, but once I had developed health issues, mentally and physically, they quickly led me down a path that was beyond my comfort zone- one that was beyond my DIAGNOSED mental disabilities they were aware of.