Natural Grocers
Happiness rating is 57 out of 100
3.2 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Founded
    1955
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $500M to $1B (USD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Benefits

Employees at Natural Grocers have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.
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Paid time off
Retirement plan
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Health insurance
Flexible schedule

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 630 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Cashier/Customer Service in Sugar House, UT
on October 20, 2021
A lot of work in many departments for little pay ( that may change.) However its a great friendly team to make many lasting friendships with like minded people. It's a very social job, great for people that would like to interact with there community and strengthen there customer service skills on many levels I would recommend this work place.
Department Manager in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
on October 15, 2021
A lot is expected from Dept Mgrs and really all staff from a cashier on up. Employees are expected to know multiple facets of the store while getting paid the small amount that their title brings. Home office/corporate acts like they understand things at a store level, but many decisions fly in the face of that. The pay is abysmal for what they expect, and it is near impossible to get done everything they want you to get done. You must really, really love working at a grocery store in order to work here. The pay sucks, plain and simple, and the operation is very poorly run. Corporate only cares about the bottom line. They talk a big game, but its all about image and show.
Vitamins Manager in Wichita, KS
on October 4, 2021
They hire and ioen stores so fast they end up with very bad management often, I've worked for multiple stores and 3 different store managers and only 1 was good to work for. You usually get power hungry lazy people with severe emotional issues.
Nutritional Health Coach in Henderson, NV
on September 26, 2021
This is a family owned chain that prides itself in being about family first (and it is) They took impeccable care of their employees during the first year of COVID, they don't ask questions or guilt you if you need to leave work for your child or yourself, they genuinely want you to be okay, and that's a really big deal.There's a true TEAM dynamic here, open communication, equality, diversity, but to a fault because they're also scared to let people go when they aren't doing their job and it's effecting everyone around them, including the financial status of the store. It would also be in their best interest to pay more attention to the smaller stores instead of seeing them as a write off at the end of the year.Another flaw is that as a Nutritionist, you cannot coach outside of their company, and if you work for them you work for ONLY them, which is a dated policy especially at an age where people practically need 2 jobs, and as far as I'm concerned I earned and paid for my certifications & trainings, not them, so I do not agree with this. If they want to own your education, they should pay you what you're worth as a Nutritionist which is roughly $40 an hour, twice what they will pay to own the education you paid for. This is just a suggestion. I would also suggest better more affordable insurance.
NHCRM in Denton and Austin
on September 23, 2021
I learned so much working for Natural Grocers. When I started the management wasn't easy to work with but eventually I ended up with a great manger who was professional and understanding. I eventually was promoted to NHCRM after doing that role for close to two years I wanted to pursue spiritual goals and resigned. I will always be grateful for the knowledge and skills I gained. I learned things that couldn't come from my grad degree in nutrition.

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Process takes about a day or two

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How would I handle a disgruntled customer? Can you work closing shifts? What is your background in supplements? What is your managerial style?

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Do you smoke? How many hours a week can you work? Can you lift 50lbs or more? Will you take a drug test?

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