Bagger/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Jefferson City, TN – May 19, 2018
bagging groceries, stocking,helping take groceries to peoples car.how to bag and stock.Management could have been a little better. Very friendly co worked part of the job There wasn't a hard part of the job.Meeting new people.
Associate (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 23, 2018
The manager was very rude and did not say a reason as to why I could not work anymore. I did at least try my best to continue working correctly. Even though I called in some days, I know that should not of being a reason as to why I got laid off.
Good jobs for people of fixed incomes from August to May and for high school kids from June until August. If you are seeking full-time work, this is not the place. Their flexible hours are not guaranteed unlike they advertise.
Grocery Clerk (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 30, 2018
Daily I would make sure I had my register cleaned and I got my money drawer balance my drawer. Helped my costumers, help out my coworkers with stocking up the shelves, greeting customers, had a supportive supervisor. The best thing of working there was providing the customers with great customer service.
Wasn’t a bad place to work. Pay was a little lower than what should be expected. Management was hit and miss. Had one manager who would cuss me out for others not getting their work done. I didn’t want to leave but wanted to at the same time.
Day Stock Superviosr (Former Employee) – Elizabethton, TN – April 15, 2018
A typical day of work, I would work back stock or unload the truck. I would have several opportunities to assist customers with questions or complaints. At times the workload is very heavy and at other times it is quite slow. The best part of the job was the freedom and independence that I had to run my department. The most challenging part was keeping everything organized considering the amount of product received each day.