A company with a truly heartless, corporate mindset that only sees its employees as replaceable numbers.
Market of Choice appears to be friendly and community-oriented, owned by a family, but what they don't tell you is how wealthy that family is and how little their workers are making to carry the load on their backs.
Everybody is overworked and underpaid. The only reason they appear to be happy is because they'll get fired otherwise.
The attendance policy is strict and unforgiving - unless you're friendly with the management, then you'll get excused.
The weekly schedule is posted only 2 days in advance (Friday morning) and employees aren't allowed to request any week containing a holiday off at any time. Oh, also, don't park anywhere near the building or you'll get a warning.
It's a place where employees are afraid to ask for a band-aid if they get a small cut, because if HR finds out, they'll have you watch an hour-long video on knife safety (yet you never got the proper training in the first place because they forget who's who - after all, they don't last long).
The mark-up on everything is extravagant, yet the employees get no discounts. Employees receive benefits three months in, but the insurance has a high deductible and won't cover anything practical anyways.
The computer systems are slow and cashiers suffer, having to explain to customers why the system is so slow. It's because the corporation doesn't give a darn. But they can't say that. Or they'll get fired.