Produce Clerk (Current Employee) – Shelton, CT – January 9, 2016
A typical day at Stop & Shop is displaying product out for customers to buy. I learned how to multi-task and better myself. The hardest part about my job is that during the holidays and summertime it be so busy we barley have time to take breaks. My co-workers work as a team to get the job done.
I enjoyed my years with Stop & Shop. I had a very good relationship with all my co-workers and management. My managers would work with me to set up my schedule and they knew that if needed I would work the extra hours. I think they were very impressed with my work ethic as they would ask me to do jobs that were usually reserved for others with more experience. They also saw that I could handle some of our more difficult customers with courtesy and professionalism. My cash drawers were never more than a couple of pennies off. Both the store manager and the front end manager stated that if I needed any references to give them a call.
Their benefits were excellent, even for a part-timer.
There really weren't any cons, I truly enjoyed working there.
meat and seafood clerk (Former Employee) – Peekskill, NY – January 7, 2016
I enjoyed working at stop and shop for several reasons. First off, the overall work atmosphere was welcoming and enjoyable. All employees where willing to work with one another to assure the job was being done on time and in a correct manor. If I had too, I would gladly join the stop and shop team again.
A typical day at Stop and Shop includes retrieving all of the carts and returning them back to there designated locations. Once every hour a sweep of the store was required. At the end of the shift the garbage cans must be changed
Merchandise Clerk (Former Employee) – 70-20 Rockaway Beach Blvd, Arverne, NY , 11692 – January 5, 2016
A typical day at work consisted of me either organizing merchandise on the shelf, stocking merchandise on the shelf, pulling items off the truck and separating them in different totes or doing counts of the items on the shelf. I learned a lot of things but I mainly learned how to pace myself and work efficiently and that it is possible to always get the job done on time. My co-workers and the management were great, a job like this was demanding but so worth it. The hardest part of the job had to be separating the totes, due to the fact that they weighed so much and the most enjoyable part of the job was helping the customers and their satisfaction that followed.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Dedham, MA – January 3, 2016
stop and shop had its days. me personally i didn't like working here because i would feel over worked. i was only a junior in high school and i would work until close every single day after school and open on weekends. my managers would over schedule me for my age at the time. i never had time for any school work.
Cashier/ Grocery & Dairy Departments (Former Employee) – Natick, MA – December 23, 2015
This company is awful to work for. First off, their whole training program is messed up, they don't even have a consistent training process for most positions. This results in employees not having clear work expectations and poor communication between employees and supervisors.
The job was good. I was exposed to every type of meats. There were meats or parts of meats that I never seen or heard of before. The employees I had found not just in my department ,but in the whole store were great people. The only draw back is it was very cold in the cutting area and storage area.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Carle Place, NY – December 14, 2015
A typical day at work is coming to Stop and Shop. Signing on to a register I've been told to do my shift on. Greeting customers, ringing up their groceries and also bagging as well. Receiving cash payments and leaving them satisfied.
Overnight Stock Associate (Current Employee) – North Adams, MA – December 12, 2015
I am still getting to know the job more but from i have seen everyone is really nice and the job is really easy.Management is super nice and understanding my Co- workers are a great time i think the hardest part of the job is just working 3rd shift cause i am still getting used to those hours
Cashier (Former Employee) – Hamden, CT – December 11, 2015
Basic cashier job. Nothing of note, just that it is a very busy place to work. Have to deal with different forms of payment such as food stamps and WIC checks. Must address customer concerns on daily basis.