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No advancement,low pay,lack of communication,union wont back you,cant have days off when you want them if your full time.
ProsĀ° paid weekly, benefits,vacation,personal day,hours if u get them!

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Got told I was terrible at my job by my hr manager. Ask to change my availability twice and was denied while others got approved. It was a favorites game. Total bs

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I applied for cashier or front end but they put me in the deli cutting meat...I wasn't trained...I didn't know what I was doing...and I was also told that I would be switched over to cashier but it never happened.I left.

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I left because the pay was very poor. they say $9/hr which is great on paper but when they only give you 16 hours a week you're barely bringing home $150 dollars a week. Less than $600 a month. You don't get a raise until you work there for 6 months. Working part time hours are terrible. You only get the hours you deserve when they are short staffed. When everything is running smoothly tho only expect about 16-20 hours a week (even tho they promise AT LEAST 25 hours to part time workers) Mangers expect you to do to much and are not very kind if you stay over time consistantly. The only people who really get paid good are department mangers and store mangers. Everyone else scraps the bottom of the barrell. This job is great if you don't have any real bills and you're a high school student. But as someone who has student loan debt, phone bill, living with my mom tryna get on my feet, working here feels like a waste of time.

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Lack of Leadership. Environment was dysfunctional

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Horrible management they literally make me I feel I'm never good enough all because I don't scan fast enough. Also they barely give me any hours

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Everything that is being said is so true.

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Pay. And lack of respect. I was always paid less then I made at WalMart. Pay has gone up very little. They expect you to work so much harder than what the pay is. My hours were consistently cut. And it got so bad had to move out of my apartment. Couldn't fix my car. Lost some things I was keeping in a neighbors garage. I transferred to another store where hours were better. Then 2.5 years later get an apartment and bam. Hours cut again and I can't even pay rent. The union is worthless. Can't believe I let this company ruin my life.

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Well they don't want to train you to do better they want you to stay underneath them it seems.

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Deep nepotism within the culture. Responsibility without Authority and Pay is not balanced to the time or responsibilities expectations.

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