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Veryhonestalsohardworking

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I worked as a produce clerk for over a year. And also a few months in bakery. I was team oriented and went over and above to support my team. The demands of the job we're unrealistic but I strove to do my best. None of that matters at Meijer. They base your review strictly by the time clock. If you are 2 minutes late it goes against you and they rate you from one to four. Go below four and they haul you in for a talk with the manager. there is a real double standard too. Slackers that called in all the time got away with it while hard workers like me were given a hard time if 2 minutes late too often. The only good thing about Meijer is the union which negotiates benefits and regular raises.

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TOXIC. Poor mangement from the Top to Bottom. The company and upper mangement are all about the bonuses and bottom line. Do not care about employees and giving proper staff or tools to get the job done properly. Then management wonders why cleaning and othere sanitary task are not being done.

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Horrible! Rude, nasty customers, awful managers with zero people skills. Dangerous and threatening work environment. Uncaring and cowardly managers. Constantly broken and damaged equipment. Zero family time due to slaving every weekend and holiday.

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Stressful from day one! Spend one/two days on computer training. Get done with that go to front and bag for a few days. If you're lucky you might be able to ring up orders. Get thrown on a register and you learn as you go because there is no training, just an overview.

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My job at the gas station is great even the store at meijer is amazing. There very kind and helpful they started me out at 10.10 an hour and i love my job and love what i do. We are all part of a big family. You have to learn to adjust with curtain things because those things your going to fine everywhere you go. Its not that managers pick there favorites its they have to do there job. And there job is way more stressful then yours. It may feel like there naghing but there not

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Terrible I'm a part time produce clerk, typical day for me is walking in getting yelled at by a awful team leader for someome else mistake. ..the team leader is the worst thing ..they tend to pick and choose who they like ..oh did i forget that we are understaffed ..i have only worked here for a two month i was hired with 6 other people and two already quit cause of terrible team leader and scheduling and also team leaders from other departments always comes and nags with helping them out even when we were super busy and understaffed ..this is wore place to work!! Only work here if you want your soul to be crushed by the time you get to your house.

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Very stable job

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It's a good place to work because you have the union backing you but unfortunately most people won't go to the union they just expect them to magically know something bad or unfair is happening. Pay is competitive if you compare to other retailers in the area. We also still have paid vacation for everyone ...not just full timers and available benefits,i personally used the short term disability when I had my child and the paternal leave so I got a total of 20 weeks off give or take a few days.

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