fun times with residents ,but also sad because the residents pass away
concierge (Former Employee) – Rockville – August 3, 2014
I had an ok,experience,and the job is easy. It's very easy to attached to the residents,and then they pass away. The atmosphere was ok as well. The pay is dissent ,but I didn't like working overnight hours. There is also no way of advancing,and they would rather hire from outside of thecompany then to promote from within.I haven't really seen any African-Americans promoted at all , they work pretty hard ,and do a wonderful job. The raises are 15 cents every six months which is tax on purchases in some states. The raises are a joke. I liked a handful of employees. Also once you put in your two weeks notice they never hire you back,nor can you come bck to visit.
excellent healthcare, I loved the residents they were very sweet, and discounted meals
15 cent raises, and no promotions if your African-American.
Deli Clerk/Cashier (Former Employee) – Jonesborough, TN – October 19, 2017
I enjoyed working at Ingles up to a point. Unfortunately, I often had to do more than 2 other peoples jobs, and what started out as kindness it was quickly taken advantage of and I was not allowed to leave until finished with other people's jobs. I handle stress rather well and stayed until I had to move and had no options to relocate.
Cook/Cashier (Current Employee) – Farragut, TN – October 18, 2017
Started out in an older store . I transferd to another store when the orginal store i was closed and rebuilt. The fello employees most of the time are helpful. Requires alot of team work. I worked in the deli the past 5 yrs. Since my transferr to a differant store i have learned how to make sushi. And gelato. I also make pizza amd have leraned to cook asian foods as well. On the average day fun is had task are complete. When all is said and done we wish all a good night.
Good benifits for full time staff
Need better jobs for people on their staff with handicaps that they can do. With out criticism.
It was a good place to work and they helped with school schedules
Cashier/Stocker (Former Employee) – Flat Rock, NC – October 18, 2017
The was great and they really helped out with your school schedule, however when they switched managers it became less enjoyable to work there. We went from getting treated like people to just workers that need to do the job they were told to do.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Dallas, NC – October 17, 2017
I thought Ingles would be a great place to work for my first job, and at first, it was. But soon after I started, I realized that this wasn't a place that I wanted to work at all. The managers are biased on who they do and don't like, and that's where your hours come from. They hired everyone that came in so I got maybe 4 hours a week! Not even worth the drive!
Its an ok job. Just need to make more money to provide for my family.
Produce Clerk (Current Employee) – Kingsport, TN – October 16, 2017
Working at ingles has been an alright experience. I do everything an assistant manager would do such as doing all of the paperwork (bills, sales, invoices, etc.) and making truck orders when the manager is in vacation.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – October 10, 2017
You worked 8 hour shifts for minimum wage. I personally didn't like it because I constantly felt like someone was breathing down my neck and I wasn't allowed to mess up. Also, I always had to clean the bathrooms.
Starbucks Manager (Former Employee) – GA – October 9, 2017
Frequent 16 hour days, poor benefits, unsupportive management. I was frequently called in on days off to support situations that could easily have been managed without me, further limiting time with family and loved ones. Do not recommend. Do not even provide an employee discount on merchandise.
Delicatessen Associate (Former Employee) – Blue Ridge, GA – October 5, 2017
The deli is a hectic location to work, but it is very fast paced and it comes with it's own drama. The store manager is nice as well as the Assistant and Co-Manager and all the Customer Service Managers. They try to help when and where they can.