Crew Member (Former Employee) – Hamden, CT – February 20, 2017
It was a job for the time being. Although, i had worked there for about 10 months it wasn't what i really wanted. My co-workers were great and the people coming in on a daily basis were great and always made me happy so that was the plus to working for Price Rite. I departed due to the fact that it wasn't beneficial toward what i wanted in life. However, the amount of people i met was an awesome outcome because still to this day some of them administer assistance when needed.
Short Breaks, No benefits, Not enough pay for the amount of stuff performed.
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Rhode Island – November 30, 2016
Working for this company is a challenging experience on a daily basis. You are held to high expectations with limited resources.To be successful you need to be on top of organizing and planning for weeks, or in some cases months ahead of time. It is an environment that is constantly changing, so you must be able to adapt and adjust to change quickly.
It is an alright work place if you can only work part time
Front End Supervisor (Current Employee) – 3124 Vestal parkway E vestal 13850 – September 23, 2016
I honestly don't think the pay for being a supervisor is fair and you are only promised part time work. I like a lot of my co workers they tend to be great team members. What I don't like about my job is the responsibility of a supervisor when it comes to the accounting part I feel like I am under paid. I don't have a set schedule every week it is posted just a few days before the next week so I can't plan ahead really. I go into work clock in count a drawer for the day as needed wait on customers when a cashier or front end supervisor, but three out of seven days I am in the accounting office.
Grocery Associate (Former Employee) – Chicopee, MA – January 31, 2017
Price Rite was a very fast paced job. Responsible for the cleanliness of every aisle and product as well as stocking all items. I was also responsible to fill in any other departments and deemed necessary; meat, produce, collecting carts outside, registers, and receiving. The company would work around my college classes which was a huge weight off of my shoulders and made my college career a lot easier. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to be stress free as it did not interfere with college classes, The hardest part of the job was not being bi lingual and having to communicate and assist a very diverse range of customers whom weren't fluent in english.
Assistant Night Crew Chief (Former Employee) – Warwick, RI – June 7, 2016
I did not like the way management treated and spoke with the employees. Working for Price Rite, you are an at will employee, meaning you could be terminated at any point with no specific reason. Management used that to their advantage and treated workers poorly
Associate (Current Employee) – Cheektowaga, NY – May 20, 2016
benefits and pay are ok but work load is too demanding. store management is always stressed out by upper management with unrealistic goals. employees are terrible. no one wants to work, and that's IF they even show up. WORST break room I've ever seen. Company has some of the stupidest rules I've ever heard of. Human Resources department is atrocious! very inconsistent, always changing the rules.
My supervisors and cashiers were easy to get along with.
Front End Lead Clerk (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – December 11, 2016
Working at Price Rite was a job of mixed feelings. You deal with customers on their worst and bad days. Having patience is key because the customer is always right and you want to make sure that the customer leaves the store satisfied. A typical day at Price Rite is working on a ton of reshop and solving a number of problems. I learned at Price Rite how important communication is. It is important to explain step by step if something is wrong because it is easy for someone to misunderstand you. Management at Price Rite could be a little better. It was easy to talk to them but some issues were never resolved. I just had to put up with it. My coworkers were overall good people. I enjoyed working with them. The hardest part of my job was not being understood. The most enjoyable parts of my job were meeting new customers.
It was okay I guess...they need to pay crew members more
CASHIER (Former Employee) – Secane, PA – January 21, 2017
Working at Wendy's was a simple job. Usually I would work at the back window, using the cashier and washing dishes. Management was very nice but very hard on me to make sure I would get everything done by the end of my shift. Although management was nice, the other employees there were very rude and unprofessional. Honestly, the only thing I enjoyed about working at wendy's was meeting nice customers and receiving a check. I would probably never work at a fast food restaurant ever again because of the low pay and the amount of work that they expected us to do.
American Company, multi-billion company, low salary pay.
Front End Supervisor/Bookkeeper (Former Employee) – Danbury, CT – January 9, 2017
A typical Supervisor shift is 7 hours with only a 15 minute break, and the company will not exceed over 28 hours weekly. A very active job that requires to be on your feet all day, lots of physical work, and strong verbal + write English skills is the highest requirement. A company whom gives a lot of responsibilities for a Bookkeeper, low paying per hour. Very fast pace workplace, and customer service is a high command for Supervisors. Higher management can do better, should treat their employees the same respect as the CEO not like a number and be more understanding. Co-workers are okay, but I like how it is a very diversity workplace. Not a easy job to get hired by, must have high-strong working skills. Hardest part of the job are our busiest days, not enough team members per work shift, and no backup is available. Most enjoyable part of the job is you create building customer-friendships & along with some employees too.
Holiday pot-o-luck parties.
Only one 15 min break for each 7 hour or less shift, work gossiping.
Cart Clerk/Bale Operator/Meat Clerk/Produce Clerk (Former Employee) – District Heights, MD – December 10, 2016
Nice regular working day at work and with cool customers I can say. I learn numerous abilities working in all departments of price rite, from cutting fruit/vegetables, tagging/weighing meat, organizing dairy, and to operating the bale compacter. Management is good they will assist you with your needs and help with a difficult project. Co-workers are cool, helpful, and productive. The hardest part is being delayed on completing your project. The most enjoyable part is getting weekly every Friday.
fun, friendly, good hours for part time and good pay
Cashier (Former Employee) – Glens Falls, NY – January 21, 2017
Usually the days were busy, but when they weren't their wasn't much to do other than stand at the end of out registers. I learned you have to be really careful with money. The management was alright. Everyone was pretty friendly for the most part. Was to get out of my comfort zone, and be more outgoing. I realized the great thing about working is being ambitious, and to be able to provide for yourself, and having your own money is always nice.
Most customers were friendly, Nice supervisors.
Short breaks, meat was gross, and produce was gross.
Front End Supervisor/Customer Service (Current Employee) – New Bedford, MA – September 30, 2016
I have been with Price Rite for a few years now in the whole time I have been there it has been fantastic. I work as hard as I need to to advance. It's taking some time but I know things usually work out there when you try your best. I love the cashiers ands the management and the supervisors and a lot of the other people in the other departments. We have our usual customers which make the job great and then we have our rude customers which I do my best to tolerate and go on with my day. The only thing I have to complain about is that a lot of the times not everyone is on the same page. But other than that in the fact that we barely can hold on to a manager for more than a year it's a great place. I'm glad I work there. They say the average person goes through seven jobs in their lifetime to find the perfect one but this was my first job ever and I don't ever want to leave
Cashier (Former Employee) – Swansea, MA – October 10, 2016
This was a fun environment. I enjoyed being a cashier here due to the fact that I am a perople person and I love meeting people. There were opportunities for advancement but I had to quit due to my pregnancy. Great people, great employer.