Cashier (Current Employee) – Amesbury, MA – July 7, 2017
Truly never have I had a more horrible experience. The level of unprofessional workers there are in all stores that I have worked in is too high. The only stars in the store are the other cashiers and the store managers, they are the only people who know what goes on. The supervisors are either just plain stupid or they genuinely have no idea how to do their jobs.
Cashier/Customer Service Department Head (Former Employee) – West Babylon, NY – July 7, 2017
This was my first job out of high school, and i loved every minute of it until i started doing work and not getting the credit for it. This where i learned what "doggy dog world" meant. I was doing three different jobs in three different pay scale areas and was not getting the acknowledgment i felt was deserved. It helped me grow to obtain the jobs i have today, i would not change my decision for the three years i worked there.
General Merchandise Manager (Former Employee) – Dartmouth, MA – July 6, 2017
It's unionized so the benefits are incredible. Coworkers become friends and it creates a great work environment (for retail anyway). Several opportunities for advancement, however, management isn't union so you have to decide to leave the union.
Decent place to work, gave good hours most of the time. I leaned how to make all sorts of bakery goods and learned how to decorate cupcakes and cakes. Would recommend to anyone looking for a bakery job.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Wyckoff, NJ – July 5, 2017
I just loved working at stop and shop. I had an accident which made me unable to get there. And they loved me so much at the store they didn't want me to relocate to something closer.Thry said they'll just keep my job open for when I got transpertation.
Customer Service Assistant (Former Employee) – Hicksville, NY – July 2, 2017
A typical day at stop and shop is usually very fun yet busy. As each customer comes to the service desk I greet them and ask what they need help with. I make sure each customer gets what they need and what they came for. The manager has me plug in their store deliveries into the system and all the payments they dealt with each day. The service desk is usually always busy but I always managed to get through it.
Massachusetts registered pharmacy technician (Former Employee) – E Harwich, MA – June 30, 2017
Very busy pharmacy. Daily average of filled prescriptions is 300-400. Two pharmacists and one national certified technician. Not much opportunity to work with pharmacist because of the high volume of customers.
steady pace, busy front counter
not much opportunity to work behind the counter with pharmacist