Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Denver, PA – November 28, 2015
Supervalu has effectively suppressed their skilled trade below poverty with their "health benefits" with a basic ppo at $14,000.00 out of packet max a year. A 1% to 1% match on 401k up to 1% and .5% there after to 4% they feel like they own their employees by holding you job against you all the time, forcing you in on your weekends and make you do things just because they said to. Supervision has a very poor mentality as to how people should be treated. Everything is a double standard and you can be congratulated one day for something you do and the next written up. The dont positivly re-enforce their crew and human resources permotes "moving on" they permote fmla and things of that nature. Overall this company does not care about their employees they take care of their own supervision but not their employees.
Healthcare, being treated like children, supervision, ethics, standards
Good management team and a good working environment for the people that work there. A typical day at work were my every day job it was a the hardest job I have every done. My co-worker and I always discourse the hardness of our day to day job in the work place.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Castleblayney, MN – October 16, 2015
Centra is a local convenience store in a small town which deals with a majority of the same faces day in day out. Customers like the familiar greeting and the comforting feeling of a friendly face behind the till each day. Satisfying customers' needs is high on the agenda at Centra and you work to achieve that successfully everyday, including gaining customer feedback to aid in improvement. Having a strong and loyal relationship with your co-workers is essential in this position as you are a small team, and building close networks is something I enjoy.
Third Party (Former Employee) – Franklin Park, IL – November 13, 2015
the time I worked for the company almost 10 years, I had a great manager until she got laid off. Company down sized through the years, sending a lot of our jobs to India. I did learn a lot about pharmacy and accounting and medicare.
Order Selector (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – November 29, 2015
A typical day as an order selector was in a fast paced environment. The orders are picked using the sku on the product and is told to you through a headset. The headset tells you where to go in the warehouse to pick the items ordered by the grocery store.
Productive Workplace, Exciting Environment. Everyday Was A Learning Experience
Produce Associate (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 28, 2015
Great Atmosphere, Always On Your Toes, Always Something To Do. Supportive Management, Always Listened To Thoughts, Ideas, Opinions. Colleagues Were Always Supportive, Helpful. Working At Jewel-Osco Was A Great Experience, A Great Job
Always Something To Do, Wasnt Bored Or Ever Looking For Something To Do, Always Kept On Your Toes
Puller/Packer (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 20, 2015
Was a honor to be part of the company. they truly understood the concept of taking care of their employees. also there were cook outs for us during the months we had no accidents & when we met requirements.
Management was extremely friendly, Coworkers were very respectful, and company was flexible with my schedule
Cashier (Former Employee) – Oregon, IL – August 6, 2015
Overall I enjoyed working at SuperValu. There was never a time where I felt as if I wasn't being treated well as an employee and a friend. The attitude at SuperValu was that we were apart of a grocery store family. When I left because of wanting to become a stay at home mother no one blinked twice and were very supportive.
EDM Specialis III (Former Employee) – Boise, Idaho – August 31, 2015
I worked for them during a buy out of a different company so there were many organizational changes. was difficult at times to know if you would have a job from one week to the next. That would add some stress to the job. But The JOB I preformed .. I LOVED!!
Forklift Operator/Warehouse (Current Employee) – Indianola, MS – July 13, 2015
A typical day at work coming in on night shift, and no one knows what time you will get off. Shift clocks in at 2 p.m. , beginning with the order selectors , then comes my job as a fork operator to assist them when needed. Too make sure all priorities are done on time or in a timely manner. Supervalu management team could do better at getting everyone input on some situations. My co workers is hardworking and some are dedicated to the their job. The hardest part of the job is trying to keep all priorities up so it want get behind. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to work around friends and working hard to get promoted at what I do.