Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – New Hartford, NY – February 2, 2017
my experience at Price Chopper have been very good. i love it there.. Everyone is super nice, i love management and the way they treat their employees. i love my job there, cashing out customers and seeing that i made an impact on there day.
Produce Clerk (Former Employee) – Binghamton, NY – February 1, 2017
This company used to be great, but after changes in ownership/upper management it's taken a wrong turn. They went from a company harboring family values and a welcoming work environment to a stress filled bottom line driven mess. I would not work here again after these changes in culture.
Produce Associate (Former Employee) – Rensselaer, NY – January 31, 2017
Always had time to finish your work at a reasonable pase. Teammates were very polite and helpful. Work place was very organized and easy to find your way around. Always had work to do, never just standing around.
Good opportunity to make money with no college degree
Bakery/Deli/Food Service Manager (Current Employee) – Colchester, VT – January 29, 2017
I loved working for the company. I advanced in 9 months from a part time associate to an assistant manager. From there, I grew to a manager over the next couple years. The good news is, I made better money than someone with a college degree. The bad news is, I work with people without a college degree. The company has fallen to undesirable in the past 5 years. They offer excellent benefits and great pay, but at what expense? harassing and bullying, time away from family, being contacted when you are at home, low staffing, unreasonable expectations, terrible Human Resources. Most of the time there is too many cooks in the kitchen and communication is terrible. If you are desperate for a job to support your family and you can suffer through the bad management, then this is the place for you,
Meat Manager (Former Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – January 27, 2017
Worked for this company for 7 years...i had to relocate to another part of the country due to personal family reasons and there were no stores in the area where i moved so i had to leave the company...i miss it so much it was the best job i ever had...the employees were awesome their training was top notch...benefits were great...i would love to go back to them i left on good terms...one of the best companies in the nation
FRONT END CASHIER (Former Employee) – Latham, NY – January 23, 2017
Price Chopper - excellent managers, and excellent co-workers. I was hired on the spot in Latham. A manager watched me help an elderly lady when I was with a friend of mine from High School The The elderly lady knocked down some small baskets of blueberries and the blue berries were everywhere.
I sprang into action to help her, even spotted a broom to get the rest of the blue berries off the floor. When I was done, she tried to pay me, handing me a 20.00 bill, thanking me, and I told her No - that I was not accepting the money.
A price chopper manager saw the entire incident and could not believe how fast-acting I was, and how kind I was to the lady. He offered me a part-time job on the spot.
Flexible for students
Can't guarantee work hours - some weeks not on the schedule for part-timers
Cashier (Current Employee) – 33 chenago bridge Binghamton NY – January 22, 2017
I was a cashier on the front end, the workers are very welcoming and understanding people. They're always willing to help you succeed in the company and always give you something new to learn or change with new policies.
Night Crew Stocker (Current Employee) – Albany, NY – January 21, 2017
job always seemed to be pretty secure. I did not have to fear layoffs, just cutbacks in hours. Benefits are pretty good. It did what i needed it to do. It paid my bills. I don't go to work to have fun.
job security and benefits
cutbacks in hours and fewer people to get the job done.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Webster, MA – January 17, 2017
i would help bag grocery an run the cashier an if i couldn't run the cashier than would push the carts out in the front to the right spot an organize them correctly i love seeing new faces at the price chopper here everyone there was great an fun to talk to.
Front End Supervisor (Former Employee) – Windsor, CT – January 12, 2017
Its grocery. Everyday is sporadic. I definitely learned perception is the key to everything. I also learned that hard work, whether it's noticed or unnoticed, is ALWAYS noticed in the end. Everyone I encountered was simply AMAZING. Management can be tough sometimes but that's because they want their team and everyone to excel in every aspect. The hardest part of the job was when the overnight cashier calls out and you have to stay as the supervisor after working an 8 hour shift. The most enjoyable part of the job was the relationships I built with my regular customers. Knowing that people would come in and ask specifically for you or even bring you dinner during your closing shift made the toughest situation worth every moment.
bagel maker (Former Employee) – Troy, NY – January 12, 2017
Management isn't very understanding about school/how your living/if you're making enough money to survive/other personal issues. Its all about business and if you start to slip they'll eventually find a way to get rid of you.
worked alone, didn't have to ask to use the bathroom
coworker were awful, managers don't know how to run their departments
Customer Service Team Leader (Current Employee) – Lebanon, NH – January 11, 2017
I started at Price Chopper as a customer service representative. Then shortly after was given the opportunity to apply for the Front End Supervisor position and was promoted to that position. I was then given the opportunity to apply for a Customer Service Team Leader position and was promoted to that position. Working and growing at Price Shopper is all what you make it to be. It is a company with training programs ect you can accomplish your dreams.
On a manager prospective - more hours for scheduling.
Grocery Associate (Former Employee) – Saratoga Springs, NY – January 10, 2017
This job is great for high school graduates looking for work experience or trying to earn some money. The range of different possible departments to work in makes it easy to get experience in an area you enjoy.