New Seasons Market Employee Reviews in Mercer Island, WA

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Great environment
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) –  Mercer Island, WAMarch 21, 2019
Fun loving environment where it was a lot of room for growth. Very diverse learning different ethic group. Great food. Every department you can learn something new
Pros
Good healthcare
Cons
Prejudice
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2.0
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Ft hours are 37.5
Specialist (Former Employee) –  Mercer Island, WAOctober 16, 2018
I worked here as a specialist ,from the get go ,it seemed off
Trying to replicate the WF model is difficult ,WF has already achieved that , NSM is a conservative Corp it's image of liberal ideas and social conscience, speak up policy ,is a facade, if you like to be micro managed ,not know what the rules are untill you break them, have employees constantly call off ,have your managers be disingenuous, then this is the place for you . So many rules ,so many daily forms to fill out ..
Pros
Blue slip
Cons
Everything
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1.0
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Extremely over sensitive
Overnight Stocker (Current Employee) –  Mercer Island, WASeptember 22, 2017
They will single people out, two face, discriminate, not caring of feelings, they don't listen, nor do they care to, they don't pay attention to what they say, very corporate like. This store has had over 4000 employees since it opened in November of 2016, looking for another job.
Pros
Free food
Cons
Everything else
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2.0
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Ridiculous!
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) –  Mercer Island, WASeptember 15, 2017
Management has all come and gone. They can't keep anyone. Constantly hiring and firing. No one seems to want to show up. They smile in your face then stab you in the back. Can't trust anyone. Insane culture of how great they are when they really suck. Hiring of ex con's then giving them job preference over those good honest folks is disturbing.
Pros
some free 'expired' food
Cons
hard to get to by bus, inconsistent management.
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3.0
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Gtrat Place to work
Cashier (Current Employee) –  Mercer Island, WASeptember 7, 2017
Wonderfully diverse culture, great mission statement, but work hours scheduling is lacking. There is no consistent days/hours which makes planning personal meetings/appt. challenging .
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4.0
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great company
Meat/ Seafood Clerk (Current Employee) –  Mercer Island, WAMarch 26, 2017
THe most enjoyable part about my job is interacting with my customers. since New Sesons is located on a island, it's very small. I know my customers extremely well. When I see my regular customers, it makes my day.

Another cool thing about working in the grocery store is free food from time to time.
Pros
free food sometimes
Cons
short breaks and not exactly 40 hrs a week
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