Great job for managing skills and learning inventory
Seafood Assistant Manager and sales associate (Former Employee) – Seminole, FL – November 28, 2017
Was a good job while I was in college. I learned some great skills and met some life long clients while earning my associates degree. Managing a seafood chain in the store and processing inventory were some very good working skills necessary in the workforce today. Unfortunately the hours did not match up with the income I wanted to receive so I left before joining the army.
Deli Associate (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – October 22, 2017
My boss was very unfriendly, but the people I worked with and customers were fantastic people. I learned a lot about the way of Sweetbay due to all of my co workers and I had a good time working with them. But Sweetbay closed down and I no longer work there.
Costumer Service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Linebaugh Avenue Estates, FL – August 30, 2017
very busy you have to mulitask depending on what department you are working in . its really fast pacethe managers are interested in RPMS witch is how fast the cashier can scan you groceries my location was the fastes I loved it my stress actualy started when I was put in customer service with closing the office and then opening the office . I would never have enough sleep .that's the only thing I can complain about .
I worked for Sweetbay before BiLo bought them out and converted it to Winn-Dixie. I was there for the conversion process. Sweetbay had exceptional customer service, we were able to serve customers and upsell in our unique way. Over time we were able to develop relationships with our customers as they soon became regulars.
Amazing culture, amazing bosses, fun job
BiLo ruined the culture by converting it to Winn-Dixie
I learned a lot about customer service during my time working here. I don't think the employees are paid enough for what they have to deal with on a daily basis. In a supermarket you must deal with produce and MUST be able to work holidays, therefore it is not for everyone.
Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – Ruskin, FL – April 18, 2017
I started out as part time and when I was able to get a full 40 hours, I loved it. It kept me busy and I got to meet new people all day everyday. The hours weren't bad at all, and the pay was ok for me to start off with.
Meeting new people everyday, fast paced and it always kept me busy.
customer service leader (Former Employee) – Largo, FL – March 3, 2017
this was my first on the books job kept me out of trouble when i was in school and also allowed me to do things that i wanted to helped me when i found out i was going to have a baby and the managment at the time was great
A typical day consists of dealing with a wide spectrum of customers. I learned patience while acquiring interpersonal and communication skills. The hardest part of the job is dealing with the more belligerent customers, while the most rewarding part is seeing regulars whose lives you can truly make a difference in with just groceries.