Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – September 18, 2018
County market is a fast paced job usually around 9am-12pm and around 5pm-7pm. The most enjoyable part of the job is the new faces you see almost everyday in your line, sometimes the same faces. I learned how to deal with new people who may have had a bad day, they may come in sad, or mad!
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Crawfordsville, IN – September 10, 2018
I can't complain about my salary, my complaint is more about the management or lack of. County Market was a great store before it was sold to Niemanns. They took away everything that was successful and tried to implement their way of doing business, which might have worked in some of their Illinois stores but not in Indiana, especially in the Crawfordsville market which is competitive. Prices were raised and customers where lost drastically. The store lost most if not all the good employees some of which had been with the store for many years. After the store went in serious decline, Niemann foods continued to enforce their way of doing business and still would not focus on the real problem, everything that made that made the store successful in the past had been taken away. The regional manager for the store was a complete joke that didn't have a clue what was going on. A very stressful place to work, everyone knows the store is about to close.
Cashier, Stocking, Customer Service (Current Employee) – Sterling, IL – September 7, 2018
I believe county market to be a good first job, and they are nice and respectful. they will work with your schedule to make it how you want if it is possible, and if you need some time off they would give it to you if it is possible.
Great if you don't have much experience with jobs.
Stocker (Former Employee) – Vandalia, MO – September 6, 2018
If you're a kid still in high school or just looking to make extra money on the side then this is probably up your alley. If you're looking for something more then the only way that'll happen is if you get promoted to a manager type roll. Seniority really doesn't mean much there either.
Good people, hour lunches if you work 8+ hours, great starter job for people who need experience.
No full time unless you're a manager, no benefits unless you're full time, don't make enougn to live on.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Pittsfield, IL – August 30, 2018
A typical day at work would consist of going in and getting on a lane to check out customers and bag their groceries. When we were slow we had to walk around the store and face the aisles, and sometimes stock.
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) – Rantoul, IL – August 27, 2018
The store director takes over everything and is a jerk. The customer service manager doesn't know how to do her job and the store director does too much. County Market needs a healthy balance in the middle and then, it would be a great place to work.
Employee lunches, gift cards for christmas
Minimum wage, no hours, schedule isnt set, managers are nuts
Deli Clerk, Sales associate, customer service (Former Employee) – Byron, IL – August 23, 2018
worse place I've ever worked in my entire life, not enough hours to even pay the gas in my car to get there, supervisor was never there but expected everything done with no help on busy days which were few and far between
Dont try to work here for years or work your way through school here
Cashier (Former Employee) – Mattoon, IL – July 24, 2018
Awful place. They seem nice at first but the more you work there, its not a job to stay at. No set period for raises, varies widely on who gets a raise. Management will cut hours on people with seniority or who always show up just because they don't like them. Would rather hire someone new, or transfer in someone then promote from within the store.
Fine for a one yer starting out job, but dont try to stay here.
Bagger/Stocker (Former Employee) – Quincy, IL – July 19, 2018
As stated in the summary it's a great place to help you build you customer service skills. It also if busy helps you get use to working in a "overwhelming" or "fast pace" environment, reaching customers needs an satisfactions and it gives you a sense of gratitude towards yourself when accomplishing pleasing and helping others in need of help at your place of business.