Cashier/Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Petersburg, IL – May 6, 2016
Overall all of the people involved in the company, whether employees or management are very friendly. It's a little hectic at first when you become part of the Niemann Foods Family but soon after it is easy to get used to. The hardest part about the job is providing the best customer you can give.
Deli & Prep. Clerk (Former Employee) – Sherman, IL – July 1, 2015
A typical day at work for me would include opening the deli at 6 AM and preparing food for the day. I did learn some things but overall it was mostly things that I have known most of my life. My co-workers were great! It was a lot of fun to get to know everyone and some of us still keep in touch. The management was great until my last year working there. They just wouldn't work with my schedule enough. The hardest part of the job was getting the food out at a decent time on the weekends or on holidays because we were so busy. My favorite part about the job was working with the people there.
CEO of the company was great. (Rich Niemann Senior)
Store Manager,Produce Director (Former Employee) – Quincy, IL – October 17, 2013
Working with associates & communicating with customers. The hardest part was letting someone go, who was trying hard but could not do the job. The best part was helping associates to achive there full potentials.
Bakery/Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – Mattoon, IL – March 11, 2013
I worked in two departments and was working a swing shift, a normal week for me was to be at work by 2 a.m. one day and 3 p.m. the next, it was hard to switch back and forth, I love the costumer interaction, which was probably my favorite part, I got along with my co-workers and my managers
Cashier (Current Employee) – Petersburg Illinois – March 10, 2012
The values of the company are exceptional, but the execution of the values are horrible. The culture of the company is that they hold themselves to the highest standard, however in reality the knowingly cut corners, short change dedicated employees, and just do not care.