Mi Pueblo Food Center
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Mi Pueblo Food Center Careers and Employment

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    Rating is calculated based on 59 reviews and is evolving.


    Cashier/Customer Service in Pittsburg, CA
    on July 1, 2020
    I would go to check-in and then walk to my area to open my cash register. I would make sure I had enough change and the correct amount of cash. Then helped clean and cook if needed.
    Cashier in San Jose, CA
    on May 3, 2021
    For my I had really bad experience with this place and my experience was very bad. The supervisor and manager don’t have respect. Bad salary. Everything there is not good!
    Front End Supervisor in Atwater, CA
    on September 11, 2020
    Has thought me so much. This would be my first job were I become a supervisor has thought me how to handle complaints with employees as well with customers, has thought me how to manage large amount of cash with safes.
    Cashier in San Jose, CA
    on October 25, 2019
    The manager did not even want to really hire me just because I was young. An other older manager was the one that hired me once I was on the other manager made it difficult for me.
    Stocker in E Palo Alto, CA
    on September 5, 2019
    At the time when I worked the the people were great and everyone worked well together. After a few management changes people started leaving due to the changes. I don't recommend working there now as the company has changed altogether.

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