Accounting Coordinator (Current Employee), Marshalltown, IA – February 18, 2014
pretty easy going unless the store was busy than most people were in a panic. I learned a lot throughout my career and had a lot of different jobs. I had fun with the people I worked with for the most part and became friends with a lot of people along the way. The hardest part of the job is when people did not communicate with one another. Most enjoyable – more... was the people. – less
Merchandiser, Sales (Former Employee), Burlington, IA – December 5, 2013
Pros: flexible schedule, fun employees
Cons: pay, growth options
• Handled transactions between the company and customers in a timely and courteous manner. • Prepared orders and processed transactions between the company and local food and beverage establishments. • Responsible for ensuring customer satisfaction by maintaining an exceptional selection of inventory at all times. • Assisted in the receiving of new – more... inventory from multiple distributors. • Responsible for reporting the need of product to appropriate superiors. • Understood and acted appropriately to keep product loss to a minimum. • Reduced major conflicts to minimal inconvenience. • Operated under state and local laws and regulating the sales of alcohol and tobacco and implemented appropriate practices to maintain compliance. • Created promotional advertisement campaign documents and coordinated sales events. • Assisted new product introduction. – less
Fun and exciting place to work. Love working with the public
Clerk - Part time (Current Employee), Omaha, NE – August 18, 2013
Meet and greet new and existing customers, various duties each day. From setting up roller grill, preparing food for warmer, replenishing cups, condiments, coffee, stocking coolers. Maintaining restrooms, stocking shelves, cleaning, unloading truck. Waiting on customers and assuring their needs are met. Learned how to prepare for each days needs, and – more... compromise to keep customers happy. Working with the team has been a great experience. Love every minute of it. The hardest part of the job is not being able to secure a full time position with this company. Most enjoyable: I love being able to move around, greet the customers and keep busy when there aren't any. Always something to do, never a dull moment. – less
Cashier/Pay Station Clerk (Current Employee), Albert Lea, MN – May 10, 2013
I have been able to attend family functions, and doctor appointments because they really work with your availability and request offs. I have some hard working co-workers and I enjoy talking with my customers and answering any of their questions.
Kitchen Clerk (Former Employee), Rock Island, IL – April 20, 2013
clean, prep food, assist customers and inqueries clean workplace, maintain productivity, product management friendly, flexible, professional, willing to assist impatient customers and unwilling to cooperate friendly service and environment
This was a fun job. I worked with mostly college and high school students. We sliced and sold various meats and cheeses, sandwiches, and salads.
PT Deli Associate (Former Employee), Ankeny, IA – April 14, 2013
Pros: i like the people i worked with. young people are fun to work with.
Cons: it was physical work. i had my own cleaning business at the time.
I worked part time in the evenings and generally closed. There would be a list of things to be done left by the manager of the deli. I would make sure that the cold case was filled or being filled. I checked the back stock to see if there was enough meat and cheese to slice for the evening. I checked the sandwich bar to see if anything was needed there. – more... I made egg salad when needed and tuna salad. At the end of the night we tore everything down, cleaned/disinfected and put it back together. We cleaned the coolers that held the meats and the ones that held the cheese. We filled the cold case, covered it and turned all the light off. I learned how to delegate jobs to everyone that was working that night, helped at the counter, and made sure everyone had breaks. My co-workers were usually younger, but we always had a good time and they worked hard when we got busy. The hardest part was being on my feet at long periods of time. – less
Cashier (Former Employee), Belton, Missouri – November 21, 2011
Pros: easy to take days off if needed, very friendly coworkers and managers
HyVee is a very good place for someone to work especially if they are still in school. HyVee makes balancing school work and work easy. They have the best co-workers there with the best work ethics and attitudes.