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Always have a positive attitude about yourself and have respect for others

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The answer to this question is 100% dependent on, 1) obviously whether you're part time or full time and 2) which department you're working in. At the Danbury location, as a cashier you work anywhere from 4-6 hours a day and 12-15 hours a week, however hours were cut so it can occasionally be 10 or less hours a week. Working in the meat department, shifts ranged from 4-5 hours for employees working weekday evening shifts to 6-8 hour shifts on the weekends and 8 hour shifts for the full time meat supervisor. Again, the hours are completely variable depending on where you work in the store.

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I would pay attention to the receivers. They are not polite very rude and they dont value ppls time. Truck pulls up and they take smoke breaks. Or have you waiting until they finish doing nothing to unload with an attitude. On the wknd for the most part there is no reciever, so one of the store managers have to unload and they do not like doing it. One guy had me wait an hour while he put away chips. Taking his time. So disrespectful and I had multiple stops after him. Basically shipping needs a rule book enforcement. Seriously

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Only rule here is no t-shirts and shorts/skirts have to be slightly above the knees.

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Poor management are quick to judge performance and will demote/transfer to another department if they think you are doing a poor job, i.e. not given much opportunity to prove yourself.

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It gets better positive response

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I am coming up on 4 years as a part time employee. I bounced around from cashier to meat department and occasionally everything in between (i.e. plenty of job variety). I get paid vacation and sick time. No health care but again I'm part time. Flexibility is another big perk, especially for students who need a part time job while in school, but more than likely is location specific. I think, depending on how long you've worked there, you can also get 401k benefits which is another plus. Sorry for the long answer, I wanted to give as detailed an answer as possible.

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Give the employees a better work schedule and try to make things less complicated

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Not great.

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