Cashier (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – February 10, 2015
•Cashier Transaction processing and related cash management with focus on speed and accuracy • Policy Management Child Care • Registration and eligibility • Supervision of children • Compliance with Company day care safety rules
A place where you can learn many skills and become a better employ
Dishwasher (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – September 24, 2016
Good place to work, Benefits are good, Workload extremely difficult. Management is very understanding and they do they're best to help you. You will learn how to handle different situations depending on what department you are assigned to. In conclusion wegmans is one of the best companies you could work for
Sushi Cook (Current Employee) – Wilkes-Barre, PA – October 1, 2016
Wegmans is a great place to work. Management is really understanding and co-workers are fun and devoted. A typical day is pretty routine and the work is rewarding in regards to customer service. I have gotten great experience with customer service working here.
Overnight Cook III (Current Employee) – Erie, PA – September 26, 2016
I've worked here for two years now. Cross trained and moved around to different departments fairly quickly. Absolutely loved working here and a part time employee and would recommend! However, I would never recommend my current position as the only overnight production cook to anyone without much more culinary/kitchen experience than I currently have.
Front end Customer service (Former Employee) – Collegeville, PA – February 13, 2017
overall great company to work for . They have a flexible work environment and have great benefits for health insurance. They provide scholarships for college bound HS students and provide a lot of training.
Cook III (Current Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA 22401 – June 15, 2016
The company overall is great. It's a family owned business that has a cult following. The only unfortunate thing is how management handles certain aspects. The company is set up as the customer is not always right. The company itself is based upon the setting of employees. Their main teaching was that the employees are always first. In this case, the company does very well in holding to that. The only ones that do not uphold that status anymore is management. We have a high turnover rate with little to no help now. The company used to be very difficult to get into with employees staying years within the company.
Helping Hands Associate (Former Employee) – Township of Ocean, NJ – July 6, 2016
When I started working for the first time, I always put applications in to Wegmans every six months hoping they would take a chance on just another kid with youth and drive. After ten attempts and three separate interviews that seemed to lead nowhere, I got a chance only a month after obtaining my college degree. It came at an amazingly convenient time, as my then-employer was filing for bankruptcy and in negotiations to sell off stores. I jumped at the chance and after one full month of checks and interviews, I flew through orientation and started working at Wegmans. They worked me to the bone, and I loved it. The management were leagues beyond my wildest dreams with how supportive and encouraging they were, and my coworkers were courteous and respectful. I encourage anyone reading this to grab a hold of this company and never let go of it.
Do you like working? Hours are aplenty because the store is insanely popular.
Breaks seem to go by too quickly, the process to receive part-time medical benefits is a long-winded process, and if you resign without perfect notice you run the risk of being blacklisted
Cashier (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – May 26, 2016
A typical day as a Wegmans Cashier includes but is not limited to dealing with all sorts of customers, counting money, being honest and trustworthy, and standing for 4-5 hours during your shift before/after breaks. As a wegmans employee I have learned to be patient and caring for the costumer because they are what makes the business successful. The management at Wegmans is great, always friendly but also make sure you know everything you need to know in order to be a successful employee. The co-workers i work with at Wegmans are always looking for ways to help others improve and they are very flexible. The hardest part of the job would be just standing for 5 hours at a time with no break, and the most enjoyable part of the job would be satisfying all of the costumers and doing that while be quick and efficent,
Nice benefits, chance for growth.
long work period between a break, dealing with costumers who arent happy.
Cashier/Customer Service, Produce (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – August 14, 2016
Wegmans was one of the best companies I have worked for. Even though there is not a lot of full timers in every store the part timers really make the business thrive. I was one of those part timers who was devoted, even if I had to work 7 days in a row because I loved the environment. I loved seeing customers smile
Luncheons, Wegmans softball&kickball teams
No benefits for part timers and not enough full timers
Deli Clerk (Current Employee) – Warrington, PA – September 16, 2016
Wegmans is a good place to work; good benefits, and the people you work with make the day better. On the negative side, a lot of the customers are rude to the point of disrespectful, and the managers tend to have favorites.