Baker (Former Employee) – West Lebanon,NH – January 19, 2019
Hired for days but co worker complained so much made to work evenings. Made to go in a trailer and pick product off from pallets. Very cold and dangerous management didnt care. It was not in job description or was it mentioned in interview. Pay sucked. Bakery manager didnt feel the need to talk or explain how she wanted things set up. The co worker thought she was the best .asked to be moved to a different department and fell on deaf ears. Bakery manager says if you dont like the schedule find a different job so I did
Some days are slow, some days are hectic, some customers are nice and some outright disgusting. Fridge gets restocked with certain food items. Workplace culture could be improved ten fold. Hardest part of the job is when it gets hectic. Most enjoyable part of the job is the downtime you might get.
Meat Manager (Full Time) (Current Employee) – Lansdale, PA – January 17, 2019
Managers are salaried but are required to work at least 45 hrs per week. Most work way more than because there is never enough labor for a managers' respective department so the senior managers just expect you to compensate for always being understaffed
This job was by far the WORST job I have ever had. The management IS HORRIBLE AND IMMATURE. It's like a high school here with the drama and how management will literally PUSH YOU OUT and have you get to a point where you want to QUIT. Total waste of time. Not to mention they pick their favorites and if you are not that person, that are not willing to work with you with ANYTHING especially if you have to get another job or whatever reason and work with you when it comes to hours. Also their is NO room for moving up here. Like I mentioned before, you are not a favorite or didn't kiss up to them, you won't move up or do other jobs in the club besides what you got hired for. Despite what they mention in the interview encouraging employees to want to move around and work different positions. All in all, it's not worth the headache and the stress.
Meat Cutter (Former Employee) – Conyers, GA – January 15, 2019
This is a place where the managers were only concerned about there bonuses, meaning they only cared about numbers and sales and will cut hours of employees in order to maintain looking good for the higherups.
Good for overtime, holiday, and paid time off. Bad management
Forklift Driver (Current Employee) – Coventry, RI – January 14, 2019
This applies to store 119 only from what I understand. Bad management and nobody cares. Good benefits (bad price) and coming from kitchens it's great to have holiday pay and overtime and sick days but for me after 5 years it's just not worth the depression. Nobody seems to care about their job and everyone is just trying to put in their time and go home. Management doesn't seem to care if people aren't doing their job and they don't seem to do theirs either
Cashier (Current Employee) – Wappingers Falls, NY – January 13, 2019
Management does nothing. Voicing your concerns to your managers still does nothing. I am a student and my hours were changed without me knowing. They take advantage of their hardworking employees and those employees get nothing out of it not even a thank you.
Clerk (Current Employee) – Derby, CT – January 13, 2019
Awful place to work for.very bad management and very unhelpful.i have to work in one of the busiest departments and often by myself ,and on the weekends by myself as well.many times without being able to take lunches or breaks.management sees you struggle and the only response you get from them is sorry,and they never help.you ask for more help,or to schedule a little better so the work can get done,but it just gets ignored.the pay is low ,and I barely get 23-25 hrs a week.the employee turnover is horable.everyone there is also very miserable including management.
Stocker (Former Employee) – East Setauket, NY – January 12, 2019
Overall pay was lower than it should be for the job that it entails the managers expect the world's from you with no help if you do not get your job done with any 8 hours it were consequences like getting yelled at
Overnight Merchandise Manager (Former Employee) – E Rutherford, NJ – January 8, 2019
I was a Overnight Manager the hardest part of my job was trying to get the team members to follow percedures of the company standards I was rencently let go for sending an employee home for insubordination, which I found very odd I've been in management all my life and had never seen a unethical company that's is supportive of insubordination towards managers. Maybe this stop in my life was not meant for me
Assistant Manager-Inventory (Former Employee) – Dedham, MA – January 7, 2019
I would come punch in at 10:00pm, go on the floor and look to see what needs to be dropped so the associates can start replenishing the shelves. when finished dropping pallets, I would then unload any trucks that have came in. The hardest part of my job is when I can't leave until the store is up to standard. I enjoy when it's time to take my breaks.
completing a task given to me and completed before I clock out.
When associates don't pull together and get the job done.