Associated Wholesale Grocers Careers and Employment
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About UsAssociated Wholesale Grocers, Inc. (AWG) is the nation's largest cooperative food wholesaler to independently owned supermarkets, serving over 1,100 member companies and over 3,000 locations throughout 28 states from 8 full-line wholesale divisions. The consolidated sales for AWG are approximately $9.7 billion. In addition to its cooperative wholesale operations, the company also operates subsidiary companies which provide certain real estate and supermarket development services, print and digital marketing services, and health and beauty care, general merchandise, specialty/international foods and pharmaceutical products.
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Fun place. Hours range from seasons. You could work 35 hours one week and 60+ the other. Just depends on demand but summers are usually a good 45 hour work week.
Good benefits but back breaking, knee deteriorating and tiring hard work for 18 dollars. Not to mention you have to earn full time for benefits, they mention incentive pay for completing more orders but for new order selectors pulling 100 percent alone is difficult. Do not recommend.
I’ve worked for this company for 4 years and management is this worst. I don’t recommend this job at all unless if you need the hours. They only care about what’s going to benefit them. Pay is great and benefits but it isn’t worth mental health. Also to add that they have no since of encouragement. Not to the mention the amount of lawsuits this company has. I wouldn’t recommend unless if the management changes.
Overall the job is easy, but the fact that they have 3rd party selectors in the building with they own management causes a division. It’s not their equipment or warehouse so they don’t take care of it at all. They get additional money for helping us because we are short staffed due to the nature of our job. The pay is good and more than likely your scheduled off day will suck. Management is ok for the most part they do the bare minimum and people with tenure come in and complain daily. Hopefully the new building will change the culture but as of now they only focus is pushing cases out Signing bonus will only be paid out if you are not written up and you can’t miss any days within the first 90 days
What is the best part of working at the company? Work life balance What is the most stressful part about working at the company? There is no team mentality and the management doesn’t care about concerns and problems leading to an exceptionally toxic work environment. What is the work environment and culture like at the company? Lord of the Flies What is a typical day like for you at the company? Ping ponging between stress and boredom with only gossiping co workers offering any respite.
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- articleWhat’s it like working at Associated Wholesale Grocers?Published on May 24, 2021
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