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Worked independently with little to no interruptions
Accounting/ Office Specialist (Former Employee), Portland, MIFebruary 9, 2014
Worked independently with little to no interruptions. Built the Pharmacy Accounts Receivables from the ground up. Supervisor was easy to speak to and talk about my concerns.
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Bad place to work
Closing Manager (Former Employee), Okemos, MIOctober 17, 2013
Pros: co-workers
Cons: bad managemnt
The Management was not as good as L & L Food Center. Customer
Services went down and the business loss a lot of good customers.The most enjoyable part of the job was reaching the closing hour.
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relaxed atmosphere at times
Service Clerk (Former Employee), Portland, MIApril 3, 2013
On a typical day at Toms food center I mostly faced items that were previously placed on shelfs. I occasionally bagged customers items and gathered carts. On the days that I opened or closed, the duties included general cleaning. I learned that there are many ways to get things done it just depends on who does it, for example when i gathered the carts I collected all the carts to one cart rack and took 10 at a time where as other coworkers went to each rack and took 2 trips per rack. My coworkers made the job enjoyable as well as some of the mangement. the hardest part of the job was when you ran out of things to do yet you had to do something.