What's the company culture at Village Pantry?

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Every business has its own style. What is the office environment and culture like at Village Pantry?

Are people dressed in business casual, jeans and t-shirts, or full-on suits? Do folks get together for Friday happy hours and friendly get-togethers?

What is a typical day in the life of an employee at Village Pantry?

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Counter Slave in Kokomo, Indiana

29 months ago

Used to be a pretty great place to work back in the day but now they are so entrenched in endless daily emails finding fault with everything. Excessive demands on people earning minimum wage with no benefits whatsoever. Hiring process is tedious and corporate "loses" documents sent in repeatedly causing managers to require prospective employees to fill out documents they've already filled out again. Not professional in the least. Does not instill a sense of confidence in the corporation at all. An over emphasis on "Labor" hours with the corporate types demanding more and more and more and MORE from counter clerks, assistants and managers alike. Basically demanding "Tiffany" performance at a rummage sale price with regard to pay and hours. You cannot live off the wages this company pays and it is not willing to attempt to even appear to do so. You will be criticized, asked to sign and document this demand and that demand repeatedly by corporate via the ENDLESS EMAILS over and over and over again. This company has gone from a "Family" company to one that appears to absolutely HATE it's employees and they will use you up and spit you out at will. What a shame. Used to be fun to work there. It's not anymore.

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