Productive and fun place to work; learn some great things about food processing.
General laborer, stock clerk, maintenance aide (Former Employee) – Charleston, MS – February 5, 2016
Supervalu is a good place to work. The supervisors are understanding and the other employees are very easy to get along with. Enjoyed my experience. The typical day begin with starting your job duties. I learned a great deal about food handling procedures. Co workers were great to be around. The hardest part of the job was trying to make sure that shelves are properly stocked after customers move items and put them in the wrong place.
Good communication, good attitudes and concern for employees
INVOICING CLERK (Former Employee) – Denver, PA – June 17, 2015
Busy work environment. Responsibilities included invoicing loads, assigning picking order, customer service, and organizing files. Management was supportive and helpful. Co-workers were easy to get along with and energetic. The hardest part of the job was keeping the entire day organized for pickers and loaders. The most enjoyable part of the day was finishing timely and efficiently.
Finance Business Analyst II (Current Employee) – Eden Prairie, MN – June 8, 2015
Good company to work for with good compensation and benefits. Things tend to be pretty complicated from a finance and reporting standpoint which makes day to day duties difficult at times. People here are generally very nice and willing to help where they can. Sometimes the hardest part of the job is staying busy.
IT Specialist III (Former Employee) – Boise, ID – June 8, 2015
I worked at the IT Service Desk for 7 years as a Technical Specialist III, working the 11 am until 9 pm shift Weds - Sat. Fast-paced and challenging answering Tier 1 questions from retail locations and corporate end-users concerning retail stores point-of-sale applications and network related issues.
Technical Analyst III (Former Employee) – Minnesota – June 2, 2015
On a given day you deal with customers from all over the country who are mostly angry and think they are better than you. You learn the in's and out's of the way the grocery business works and if you try to improve on a process, management either loves the idea and takes credit for your hard work or hates it and reprimands you for your time. The hardest part of the job is playing the political politics so you don't get in trouble. The benefits are ok, at least you have insurance. They don't pay you what you should be paid (according to others in your field) but it still is a decent wage. Management are mostly backstabbers and the moral just is not a healthy place to work.
Baker (Former Employee) – Fairview, Mt – April 15, 2015
My typical day started out filling special orders. My manager was very open to me finding new recipes to make and put on the shelf for our customers. Team work throughout the store was good. The hardest part of the job was hauling boxes from the delivery truck to the freezer.
Merchandise Assistant (Former Employee) – Urbana, IL – April 7, 2015
A typical day consisted of making phone calls during the morning and meeting/data entry the rest of the day. I learn how to managed several different account and how to handle different people. The people i worked with were always very helpful and full of knowledge. The hardest part of my job was when we had to let our customers know we did not have the inventory they needed, but we always found a way to help them. The most enjoyable part of this job was working with a team that had the same goals of putting the customer first.
Clean enviroment/Birthday and holiday celebrations
Order Selector (Former Employee) – Denver, PA – March 28, 2015
The company thinks employees do not have families. They expect their employees to work around 60 hours a week and work 24/7 so this is a place where most likely all important Holidays will be spent there working.