Order Selector (Former Employee) – Lumberton, NC – September 30, 2017
When beginning work for the night/day your day ended when all orders were filled/completed. I enjoyed working there because I could work alone if I wanted to and the guys would hep each other complete orders.
Order Selector/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – September 23, 2017
You start your morning at 1am. Once you clock in you have certain amount of time to suit up. Certain time to inspect forklift and once you log in you are timed on every pallet you put away. You are giving block time for breaks and lunches. If you not doing your job or slow they will come and find you. It's called an incentive program.
Productive and fast-paced place to work but needs better management
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Statesboro, GA – August 11, 2017
A typical day consists of getting work orders picked and shipped out to customers per their requests. One of the many things I liked about Nash Finch was that I was able to work on my own with very little or no supervision at all. Although management could have done better in some instances they did make it an okay place to work. The hardest part of my job was having to pick orders that needed assistants (such as over 75lbs or more boxes) because I always had to wait on that assistant.
Network Support Manager (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – July 25, 2017
Worked at this company for 22 years, it was sold 2 times, once Nash Finch took over there was a downward decline and the job started to not be enjoyable. Nash Finch didn't understand the customer base and eventually the closed the division due to lack of sales.
High turnover rate...high absentee rate for employees...lack of heat in the pharmacy...often wore a winter coat and gloves while working. Lack of communication between corporate office and individual pharmacies.
Order Selector (Former Employee) – Statesboro, GA – May 26, 2017
A normal day consisted of clocking in and immediately grabbing an order from case. We sorted the pics out based on whether it was dairy or freezer. After that we chose ordered items from shelves and placed them on pallets and wrapped them for shipment.
Lead Customer Service (Former Employee) – Bellefontaine, OH – April 29, 2017
This job was busy phone work and customer service. Taking and placing customer orders. There were four of us in the office and we had a great time working together, we all worked together as a team and it was very enjoyable.
I enjoyed my time I spent there. Very disappointed that they were purchased by another company. My manager was wonderful and so were my co-workers. Not the best paying company however I felt as if communication was great and I felt respected.
Loss Prevention Manager (Former Employee) – Aberdeen SD – April 21, 2017
Nash Finch was a good company to work for. They provided a safe, clean and relaxed work environment for their entire staff. In my position I was able to work with other employees to benefit the entire company.
Graphic Design/Digital Composer (Former Employee) – Blue Ash, OH – April 3, 2017
Worked in a deadline based atmosphere that could be hectic, but fun. I was there to simply do my job, but often times, people's personal lives were the driven force behind nearly everything. I thoroughly enjoyed working in the art department creating new and interesting logos each day.
Store Director (Former Employee) – Scottsbluff, NE – January 19, 2017
This company needed a change and the last CEO they hired drove this company into the dirt. There were several really good up executive branch officials but some bad ones too. I really wished they would of talked to us store managers on what could be improved. Never the less this company got bought out.
need a change across the board in all operations company wide.