Bilingual Payment Services Specialist (Former Employee) – Deer Valley, AZ – January 16, 2019
This position required me to utilize various collection strategies in an attempt to collect payments while following the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), and state guidelines and laws. I was accountable for negotiating payment terms for principal and fees in order to reduce our check write-off.
BUTCHER (Former Employee) – Denham Springs, LA – January 15, 2019
The company was really laid back. If you ask for help or needed anything they were there for you. They care about their employees. If you need off you tell them a week bf and they wouldn’t schedule you. You always had help if needed. Great company to work for.
Time off paid. Nice people. Great customers. The nicest managers
Corporate Office in Phoenix is the worst culture/management
HRIS Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 14, 2019
Management would continually implement things without testing them. They claimed people hated change so they would role out new systems without telling anyone.
They had lesson learned meetings after projects were completed but continued to set dates before analysis and continued to use the same Project Management team that failed to implement projects on time.
Even though our office did IT work their jobs were classified as service so they didn't need to pay us more.
They treat their Full-time employees who fixed problems they caused like hourly - keeping track of days off and required a Dr's note if you took more than 2 days off.
Management is stuck in the 80's, they have all been there too long to realize - other industries pay more & allow people to telecommute
Free lunches/dinner due to OT needed due to poor PM
I enjoyed working here as a highschool student. It kept me busy as there was always something to do or something that needed to get done. Still talk to my past managers to this day, but as an employee we did not get along nearly as well as we do now. Would highly recommend as a part-time job, but I feel like I would personally get burned out working here full-time.
Pharmacy Management (Former Employee) – Saint Augustine, FL – January 12, 2019
I was a very young widow with a 6 month old child and had several jobs before Albertsons. I liked the hours for the most part although babysitting and transportation issues arose at times due to a pharmacist's twelve hour day. I was not interested in climbing to a higher level. I ran the pharmacy, as if it were my own. I loved helping customers and was happy to provide fast, accurate and friendly service. There was no tech, so I felt comfortable doing all of the mandatory checks on the prescription. I felt our record keeping system and the necessity of keeping it up daily offered good custody of controlled substances.
Little management interference. I ran the pharmacy the way I would have my own, so although not horribly busy, I was very happy to work there.
Often no lunch, a lot of cleaning required, date checks and maintenance of stock was sometimes difficult, some of the partners offered during he time between the first partner and last partner were sc
I worked part time as a courtesy clerk in 2009 for about a year while I was in high school and the job was only meant to be an experience for work and something to do with my free time. I don't know what's changed in the last 10 years and what is still the same at the company.
Convenience Store Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Dumas, TX – January 11, 2019
The supervisors were very nice and reasonable. Enteracting with both customers and employees was the best part of the job. Some of the customers were taxing but overall not so bad. There was always something to do, from the moment you walked in the door and until you left.
Great place to work, Corporate greed makes it untenable
Deli Associate (Former Employee) – Denton, TX – January 11, 2019
Great place to work, environment is friendly and the consumer base was very relaxed. (With few exceptions) The management aren't very empathetic to the needs of their employees, as the cut hours and already low rate of pay make it unreasonable to actually make a living there.
Company left the area or I would have stayed with them
DEPARTMENT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – January 10, 2019
Great company to work for but limited upward promotional opportunity. Great culture with great training for their managers. Enjoyed contest within district to drive production and moral. Poor decisions at top caused company to leave central texas,
service deli clerk (Current Employee) – Steilacoom, WA – January 9, 2019
fast paced, customer service, constantly busy. prep, production, cook. most of the employees are friendly which makes it nice but the manager is a very frenzied worker,up and down personality changes, stressed out, rude and condensending. stresses the rest of the crew. the store is very family oriented.the hardest part is the workload, alot of work and being underpaid and not appreciated. i love my crew!
I hated working at Albertsons. I was in the heat all day, and when I asked for help I typically was never helped. The manager was not kind and gave me a weird vibe. I was always getting talked to by older men who tried to lure me into their cars and I would often go outside by myself to get carts at night.
Front End Manager, Customer Service (Former Employee) – Unknown – January 9, 2019
There's plenty of work to do the bad thing is that holiday and weekends are required. If you want time off you have to ask for time in advanced. It also depends on Manager at time for how great a store can be ran.
Produce Clerk (Current Employee) – Billings, MT – January 8, 2019
In the 8 years I have worked at Albertsons I have learned how to cashier, stock produce and tell the difference in produce, I have become a backup book keeper. The environment is fun with wonderful people to work with.