GM Clerk (Current Employee) – Whittier, CA – July 24, 2017
Ralphs is a great place to work if you are going to school because they are very flexible around your schedule. Although, the management is not very cooperative because they always flip flop your hours and don't communicate well.
Cashier/Courtesy Clerk (Former Employee) – Longview, WA – July 24, 2017
I worked with a fun team and had a good experience. It can take quite a while to gain significant advancements, it ended up being dead-end for me. But there is terrific job security and work-life balance. You can get off pretty much any days you want (paid or unpaid).
Cashier (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – July 24, 2017
Always an opportunity to move up and become more familiar with customer service and people skills .awesome managemnt.not so great scehdulimg,benificial pay and holidays are to open I to consideration if requested off.
It was okay but nothing to write home about. The front end was terrible but working in a department was somewhat enjoyable in my opinion. Id only recommend this job to someone younger getting at first job.
They are growing and continuing to expand nationwide. It is very difficult to move up and the starting salary isn't all that great around 15/hr. They play favorites but if you can fit into the culture you should be fine.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – July 24, 2017
Working for Fry's was a good experience in that I really got to enhance my skills in customer service, cashiering, communication, and more. But the environment is very toxic with a lot of gossip, and as a cashier I didn't get a lot of breaks. They expected me to wait it out and didn't care if I needed to eat, use the restroom or just take a moment. I do miss the bonus checks and guaranteed lots of hours, but for me it wasn't worth not having a life and not getting to use the bathroom or eat food. They're not flexible about schedules either. They promise advancement but do not always give it (favoritism?). Lots of empty promises.
Bonus checks, lots of hours
Short breaks, no breaks, toxic environs, empty promises, bad management, not flexible
Fuel clerk (Former Employee) – Suwanee, GA – July 24, 2017
company doesn't care about their employees. I was forced to work in the file center while there was a water leak coming out of a pipe with live wires. the place could have burst into flames and the entire fuel center could have exploded with me inside. management told me to just chill and take care of the customers.
Kroger (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – July 24, 2017
Working at krogers for being an cart attendant I would not recommend to anyone because you have to go outside in the hot, cold, snow, rain, storm, or anything to push carts in they do not care what the circumstances are. The managers there are also easily irritated and rude, they start off at minimum wage payment but the job you do is worth the little pay they offer you because it's an easy tasked job, it's more for teenagers I'll say.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Streator, IL – July 24, 2017
Management is great! I got injured out side of work and it had me on restrictions most of management worked with me and wanted to keep me going work wise but store manager did not want that kind of liability (understandable) There is not enough work hours given to lower end workers.