Food City is a fairly harsh place to work. Usually, there would be a few managers who would not be "in the mood" and not work with you or anyone. Granted, some are happy to help, but the majority just want their pay and leave. Co-workers are reasonable, they start off quiet, but once you get to know them they will warm up to you. I have not yet received a raise that increased my pay enough to benefit off of. The hardest part of the job is managing to make the environment stable. As in, keep the customers happy, let the managers know you need assistance, etc. I personally, would not recommend this certain grocery store for anyone with a soft heart and thin skin. You need to accept critiques, bias workers, and all-around upset people within the work area. Besides the negatives, it's a decent place to work for. You do your job, make the customers happy, and you're on your own way.
Welcoming customers, Reliable Workers
Bias Managers, Underpay, Strict Time Schedule