I had few expectations going in. 30 or more regular hours, and opportunities to increase my wage... that was apparently too much to expect. all departments understaffed. The Job of the cut fruit wall was outsourced, which led to far fewer purchases (we had trouble keeping most of the products we made, at-store fresh, stocked, whereas after they out sourced the job, we were throwing half, if not more away every three days). It was only after the June (2018) that i began to get some of the hours i actually needed, and I had to hunt the department heads for the hours, i was told when I was hired I would work at least 20-25 hours minimum each week, most weeks I found my self barely working 20, a few I only worked 9 hours for the week.
Associate Availability is company approved. If you need to change the days and hours you are available, you are making a "request", HR is supposed to review them and approve them. but i often sometimes the management team working in the departments.
I would have thought that being a Store Manager had enough paperwork to find their-selves knee deep most of the week, but I guess not.
When I started the Slushie machine had two chambers but only one worked. By fall Management got rid of it and discovered a rat's nest behind the front panel. Clearly maintenance hadn't worked on the machine..... and Management didn't call them out on it.
While shopping, you hear the in-store radio, the ad for working at Dillon's says "employee benifits, for those that qualifiy", as far as i can tell they would rather not have many people qualify.
"10% discount on Korger brand products"
undedicated management, generally understaffed departments