Bakery Clerk (Former Employee) – Collinsville, IL – April 19, 2017
The work environment wasn't very healthy. There were many gossip issues and relationship problems that the department manager didn't discourage. In fact she encouraged and reinforced it by participating in it. It felt a lot like high school all over again. When I would ask for a day off, for my sisters birthday for example, my manager would say that it was fine and then the day before my day off she would ask if I could cover for her or someone else and would get mad if I said no.
Produce Clerk (Former Employee) – Florissant, MO – April 6, 2017
Schnucks Markets Was a Great Job , The only problems I faced was advancement and pay rate. I started as a produce clerk than bagger, checker , salad bar and cashier. After working there for 3 years my pay rate went from 7.35 to 7.95
Cashier and Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Kirkwood, MO – January 29, 2017
Great place to work! Management was friendly and helpful and training is very thorough. Pay is okay at beginning, with raises sprinkled throughout. Willing to work with your schedule and always able to clock off on time.
Good break system, weekly paychecks, friendly staff
Grocery Clerk (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 26, 2017
Great job for college and high school students. Perfect place to make an impact in the community. Wonderful part time job if you are looking for additional employment. I always enjoy my work days good and bad that's what makes us a company. I like to see the smile on the customers faces the fact that the see me going up and beyond my job description just for them. When they see you drop everything you were doing and give them your undivided attention that is the moment you go from good to great
Cashier and Customer Service (Former Employee) – Creve Coeur, MO – January 2, 2017
LACK OF HRS.. all hrs are based on seniority so you cannot get a good amout of hour and even if you can find someone that will give you there hrs that is also seniority based so that override the employee request. besides this the job was good and simple but the pay was small also
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Bridgeton, MO – October 8, 2016
I started working for schnucks warehouse as a casual employee making $13.10 in 2008. I am still a casual employee as of 2016 and make $13.95. D
Schnucks does not hire casuals anymore to be a regular employee. You are forced to join a union which is 688 and they will do nothing but take your money every month.
As a warehouse casual i was limited to only 40 hours a week and given no chance to work overtime days to make more money.
Recently we are being layed off, the union doesnt care and schnucks offered a severance of 3 weeks pay if you worked there for over 2 years. The severance is being taxed as a "bonus" so taxes will take most of it. It was only given to people who been there for 2 years or more with no active dicipline. Which means if you take off more than 3 times within 9 months, you are wrote up. No matter what. So its strict. This place sucks, and the schnucks brothers are going to he** for making billions of dollars and giving the employees pennies.
A job to pay half your bills
No pay increase, no paid vacation, no sick hours, bad hours
Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – October 6, 2016
I loved my co-workers at Schnucks! I learned to work in many different areas of the store which I appreciated. This helped the company especially because I was able to move around to wherever I was needed.
Maintenance/Janitor (Former Employee) – Pekin, IL – April 3, 2016
A typical workday is cleaning up the store. I was maintenance and just recently quit. The reasoning is because the managers think that you don't do more than what they see. The co-workers were wanting to leave as well but couldn't because they didn't have any other income. The hiring process is a joke. If you are not part of someone's family you do not go anywhere in the company or don't get hired. There is a reason why they call it the family store. Because someone is related to someone in the company. I learned that no matter how hard you work there you will no get any recognition unless you are close to the managers. You work your til off at Schnuck's for very little pay and you are lucky if you can afford to live on your own. Manager's do not seem to care about the employees. Just all in all a bad place to work.