Questions and Answers about Giant Food

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Giant Food.

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Be on time and ready for anything

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Be a good worker and be on time for your shift and be customer friendly.

Answered - Grocery Clerk (Current Employee) - Catonsville, MD

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Availability is important and to be flexible and willing to step up and out to do other positions. Learn a little history about the company. Some positions reguire travel.

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Way, way too much FAVORITISM!! Unless you plan to kiss someone's behind, do not work here!! The customers though are wonderful people!! It's just a shame that if a customer compliments you on a continuous basis, management could care less!!!!!!!!!!

Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Glen Burnie, MD

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Be honest in what you like to do. There's plenty of options

Answered - Assistant Floral Manager (Current Employee) - Harrisburg, PA

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Go union and work in the deli, bakery or meat counter.

Answered - Stocker/Cashier (Current Employee) - Falls Church, VA

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1. Don't say you're there only for the money.
2. Make sure you make a customer feel welcomed.
3. If you have trouble with something ask for help.
4. Always ask if others need assistance, don't wait to be asked.

Answered - Lot Attendant (Former Employee) - Gambrills, MD

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Like people and accept changes.

Answered - File Maintenance Clerk (Former Employee) - Germantown, MD

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Be honest. Weekends and evenings will be in your schedule.

Answered - Salad Bar Associate (Current Employee) - Gettysburg, PA

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Just smile and be yourself be natural don't fake it for the job.

Answered - Peapod (Former Employee) - Hanover, MD

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