Cashier/Front End (Former Employee) – Hudson, NY – January 11, 2016
Aside from the extreme tediousness of the mechanics and occasional unattainable work schedule, the job was alright. I didn't dread going to work, but I wasn't excited either. The employees were great and so was the managerial team, but it wasn't the best fit for me personally.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – May 10, 2016
My day at work was fun and crazy at the same time, I was never bored, always had something to do, even when my duties was done. Management and my co-workers was nice, always made me laugh, they made m feel comfortable working there.
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) – Worcester, MA – February 1, 2016
A day in Price Chopper is relatively easy, besides having to handle cash everything else is pretty easy. Speaking to customers is at times amusing. There was certain shifts that i was put in maintenance and it was a lot of hard work.
Front End Clerk (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – November 12, 2015
As a front end clerk your focus is entirely on the needs of the customer. You need to maintain a clean and orderly work space. Great communication skills are a must to assist customers with any needs. An employee must be very knowledgeable on all products, deals, and sales within the store. I learned how to stay composed in a fast paced environment especially when my attention is on multiple tasks at once. My co-workers were very friendly and ranged in all ages and backgrounds.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Essex Junction, VT – April 30, 2016
I worked on the Front End for several years and really did not enjoy it. Once I worked in a department-the Pharmacy I loved it! I just do not feel they appreciate and support their workers the way they should
Customer Service Clerk (Former Employee) – Saratoga Springs, NY – December 24, 2014
Working at Price Chopper is a good first job for a teenager but there are very few full-time positions. They do offer a good benefits package though and in my experience co-workers are kind and friendly. I enjoyed working in multiple departments during my time there and being assigned multiple jobs each week which kept things interesting as I didn't have to come in day after day doing just one thing.
limited full-time positions and room for promotion
Cashier (Current Employee) – Johnstown, NY – November 6, 2015
The management at this work place is very supportive. We always want to make the customer happy. Working alongside my colleagues and taking helpful tips from them is the most enjoyable part of my work day.
Ive worked here for 14 years and I basically nothing to show for it. Management sucks, CEO and higher ups don't care for you. Management is a pain to talk too if you need something. No advancement within the company and really hard to get your store's HR person to contact you back. Best advice: stay away.
Sometimes free lunch on employee apprecition day
customers, short breaks, mean higher ups and mangement
Full Time Deli Clerk (Current Employee) – Pittsfield, MA – February 7, 2015
Positions within the company vary. you are a slave to retail hours. no set schedule, nights and weekends are a must. The more you grow with the company the more they own you. Not a family friendly place to work. good benefits.
A typical work day for me is to dust around the stores, put items back on the shelves if needed, bag customer groceries, and help out customers find items and out to their cars. I learned that good customer service is key to a job. All my co- workers are very nice. The hardest part of the job is that it can be really busy and you have to multi task. The most enjoyable part of the job is laughing with my co-workers and getting along with them. I like helping customers out with what they need.