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Dierbergs was a great opportunity for me.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) –  St. Louis, MOFebruary 8, 2019
There is considerable opportunity for career advancement. Dierbergs provides a career development program for those interested in promotions. There are multiple locations to choose from which gives one some very convenient options to reduce travel time.
Pros
Great benefits and competitive pay.
Cons
Hours vary for management
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Great atmosphere, poor pay
Salad Bar Clerk (Former Employee) –  Des Peres, MOMay 21, 2019
You were expected to perform more than what was realistic under the hours your department was given, and was certainly not paid enough for the amount of work that was required. Outside of that, I enjoyed my time and my coworkers. The environment was great, and I would have loved to stay if I had not moved out of state.
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Fine.
Cashier (Former Employee) –  Saint Peters, MOMay 20, 2019
It was a fine workplace to make some extra cash while still in school. The people there were really nice and so were the managers (for the most part).
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3.6
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2.3Personal Development

3.8Career Opportunities

2.8Family Support

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