Deli Supervisor (Current Employee) – Manchester, NH – November 13, 2018
I love everyone I work with. Definitely didn’t see myself being here for 3 years but I enjoy it no matter how annoying it is sometimes. They treat me with respect and they always teach me more and more everyday.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Secane, PA – November 4, 2018
This job is HORRIBLE!!! please don't apply here it's not worth it. You rather be broke than work there. Some of the managers are rude they act like they're better then you. The front end manager is the worst. Overwork and underpaid they want you to give your all for $9.00hr.Just to sum everything up you have to be desperate to work and put up with careless management and some racist or disrespect customers. YOU GUYS LISTEN IT'S NOT WORTH THE MONEY!!!.
PSA If your a customer PLEASE wash your fruit and vegetable... I BEG YOU
CASHIER (Former Employee) – 325 Valley st Provudence RI 02940 – October 21, 2018
Great environment to work in . Management was on hand helping employers feel at ease in their job, Going to work everyday was a great feeling, I learned my time in Price Rite customers service was always the most important when working,
Head Bookkeeper (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – October 8, 2018
A typical day is walking into the hot mess left from the day before. I learned teamwork is a fancy way to explain downsizing and budget cutting. Over the years the company and its values are lacking in performance, cleanliness, and customer service.
a fun fast paced place with lots of friendly people.
Cashier/clerk (Former Employee) – Pawtucket, RI – October 2, 2018
working there is fun and time goes by flying. The management could be better. the hardest part of the job is not getting assistance when you need it. its great interacting with people that go there often.
Seafood/deli clerk (Former Employee) – Providence, RI 02940 – September 13, 2018
Working a PriceRite was a nice experience. My supervisors were nice and easy to work with, as long as you didn't break the rules. Co-workers were respectful and mindful of their own performance. Everyone would try not to compromise somebody else's work.