Marc’s is a good first job to have, being a cashier isn’t too stressful and they work with your school schedule.
Supervisor, Customer Service (Current Employee) – Broadview Heights, OH – November 26, 2017
Marc’s is a good job as they are flexible with hours and your availability. I think it all depends on who the management is at the time but it is still a decent job as there are many different positions there.
Cashier/Stocker (Former Employee) – Solon, OH – November 14, 2017
Overall, Marc's allowed me the experience to interact with customers and learn good service skills. I appreciate the opportunity that was offered to me at Marc's, it helped me to be more customer service friendly and interact with employees and customers.
Produce Stock Clerk (Former Employee) – Berea, OH – October 26, 2017
I worked at Marc's when I was 18. It's not a bad place to work. Work is simple and moderately paced (sometimes slower or faster) and you learn basic skills when working in a grocery store. You'll get to meet all kinds of people and management is pretty tolerable. I wouldn't recommend Marc's as a career but as a side job or a job for young kids, it's perfect.
Its ok for a first job, or for someone needing to make extra cash, but as far s a career, it is not what anyone is looking for. There is a lot of work, with little pay, and the managers expect more out of you than is possible.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Canton, OH – September 9, 2017
marcs is utterly inconsistent. you might get 7 hr day shifts for two weeks and suddenly youre on 5-close. sometimes we would be stuck until 11:30 pm straightening shelves because the day conditioner would be off not doing their job somewhere and people tend to disappear when theyre sent out to condition. but if you arent open to working nights you can get your hours cut to two days a week with no warning.
employee discount at any marc's. $30 a month cap limit.
long, tedious grunt work and not everyone does their job, but no one really cares.
Stocker (Current Employee) – Niles, OH – September 6, 2017
I was always a stock person the entire time I've been there and my job was to first condition your assigned department when your shift starts. After that I'd fill the eyeglass and sunglasses rack and after that was finished I'd straighten all the shelves. The end of the night I'd do returns. I like the people I work with and the management. The hardest part is dealing with customers complaints and them not being satisfied with the answers i or management gives. I learned to have patience and compassion no matter how upset a customer gets with you.