Cashier (Current Employee) – Mahomet, IL – January 10, 2018
Is nice to work at and is family friendly as it is a grocery store, however, the pay is only 7.75 until you are 18. Other than that, they are strict on many policies but the employees are all super nice!
When you first start all you do is ring up customers which what your getting paid to do, but if you have been there for at least one year you are asked to do more without getting paid for it. I have been there for two years I have only received one raise. I have received many cashiers of the quarters but I have received any advances to be moved into the office, rather management puts their trust in high-schoolers who do not take the job seriously. Your hours are never the same you may work 4 days one week and 1 day the next.
Management will give you time off if you need it.
No benefits. No discounts. Below minimum wage for some people. No career advances for most people.
Worse place I have ever worked. The superviser was the worse you can ask for. He was very rude. They just throw you into the pool and expect ypu to swim. When you asked a question a oyt something you didn't understand, they look at you like your crazy.
Sales associate (Former Employee) – Huntingburg, IN – December 29, 2017
A typical day is counting the register before working on the floor. greeting customers and providing excellent service is one of the main proprieties for this job. Managing transactions and being responsible when money was very important too. you have your regulars who are nice but with every retail store you have people who are not going to be too friendly. The key is to patient when you work with the public and try to provide the best service as you can.
Dairy Clerk (Former Employee) – Tuscola, IL – December 27, 2017
Usually had to go help anywhere else I could just to get through a shift. That store doesn't get enough business during a normal work day. Holidays and the week leading up to them were always jumping though
Cashier (Former Employee) – Elgin, SC – December 22, 2017
A cashier job at IGA is not great. The grocery store itself is rundown and not up-to-date. It is very old school and the only people who shop there in my town are elderly people and drug addicts. It was not a job for me. Standing in one spot for hours at a time hurts my back too bad, i like to be able to move around.
Associate (Former Employee) – Hawley, PA – December 15, 2017
Job was decent enough. A bit stressful, but that's to be expected in any form of retail. Fellow workers were good people.
Supervisors varied from terrible to great. At times management could be problematic when dealing with issues, including choosing to disregard reports of harassment, or simply telling the person suffering it to just ignore it and leaving those doing the harassing free to continue as they pleased.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Owensboro, KY – December 4, 2017
IGA is a good company to work for in my opinion. It was a good first job, but there was not much room for improvement within the company. The pay was minimum wage, but is ideal for a student working part-time.
Night Auditor (Current Employee) – Huntingburg, IN – December 4, 2017
Entry level positions there are stressful, scheduling is chaotic because of hour cuts and budgets. The management is great but upper management is disconnected and "bossy". The hardest part is dealing with disrespectful employees, the best part is my supervisor and equals.
cashier (Current Employee) – Smithfield, NC – December 1, 2017
do want to comment on this job there is a lot of turn over, does not keep most of there employee a long period of time, not really chances to advance , would not recommend if looking a full-time postion