What working there is like
Receiving Clerk/Greeter (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – March 15, 2016
I started there in the receiving department, which I really liked, as you needed stamina to keep up with the job, at first the job was just pricing products that would be put out for sale on the floor. They then changed it to having receiving unload general merchandise trailers and grocery trailers, which is where I got the most exercise as we used a conveyer belt onto the trailer, and a person on trailer would put things on it, when it was out where we could touch it, we would take it off and put it on the skid, of the aisle it belonged in. I learned how to work as a part of a team, to get done by 6 pm, which was our out time, and if not done with the trailer we would have to stay until the trailer was done. I really liked my co-workers, they were all nice and easy to get along with. The hardest part of the job was when some people did not do their job and it made it so everyone would have to stay late, when people had families to go home to. Most enjoyable part was all the friends I made over the years, when I go into the store now to shop for food, I know most of the people working there.
Healthcare benefits, breaks and lunches, co-workers
No Union coverage for me when I was transferred to being a greeter.