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.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Queensbury, NY – September 6, 2018
management goes out of their way to make you miserable if you try to be upbeat and outgoing. i was personally told by one of the managers that my sunny disposition was annoying and to give it time and i would be miserable just like the rest of them. i never want to work there again.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Worcester, MA – September 5, 2018
This company is awful. They cut hours every week but expect there to be no lines (and then customers scream at you because there's no cashiers or because the lines are too long!). Customers are pretty brutal here so if you don't have a thick skin this isn't the place for you. Corporate treats you like disposable waste whenever they come to visit and the job itself is EXTREMELY under-appreciated by them. As supervisor, you're playing the role of at least 3 different workers and as such they expect you to do three times the work for a 50 cent raise above minimum wage. If it wasn't for my awesome coworkers or great managers I would've quit a long time ago. I'm currently in the market for a new job, finally fed up with this ridiculous company which probably won't last another five years.
No benefits whatsoever, constantly understaffed, Customers are idiots
carts clerk (Former Employee) – Providence, RI – September 3, 2018
- punch in work non stop until break - i learned how to push myself to work harder and fast paced for the customers - a welcoming work environment -keeping carts for customers when its really busy -get to enjoy the weather & greet the customers before they walk in
Supervizor / Book keeper (Former Employee) – Revere, MA – August 21, 2018
i would never work at pricerite again, i was a supervizor and book keeper and was only getting paid 10.70 an hour. management was awful. they didnt appreviate my work i did. i always came in early or stayed late when thery needfed me came in on my days off as well.
Stock Clerk/Meat Department Manager (Current Employee) – Danbury, CT – August 20, 2018
Decent Place To Work, somewhat unorganized but i mean its a job, whatever pays the bills. Could definitely be cleaner for a grocery store, i mean i definitely wouldn't shop there on the regular... but i mean hey the cut the Check $
Stock Person (Current Employee) – New Bedford, MA – August 16, 2018
When I first get in I make sure all departments is stocked up, so the sales are flowing smoothly.
I learned to pay close attention to the most important department which is meat because you have to make sure the retail prices are matching up with the product. Also, make sure the product in the flyer is out and at the correct price.
I learned that retail is all about having the product out the floor before it gets empty and pay close attention to the products that sells quickly.
I also learned that finding and helping the customers needs is everything because no customer doesn't like time wasted and having to make two trips.
customer service is the KEY
The hardest part of the job is pulling heavy pallets of water to the isle
The most enjoyable part of the job is helping the customers needs
Price Rite Is A Wonderful And Pleasant Store To Work At, This Store Has Some Of The Most Greatest Prices And I Would Recommend To Anyone Of My Friends.. Well As For The Cashiers They Are Very Friendly And Nurturing..
Frontend Manager (Current Employee) – West Hartford, CT – August 10, 2018
Working at Price Rite is unpredictable. The atmosphere changes depending on the time of the month. Corporate has made many changes and policies. It's a good place to work but, maybe not to build a career out of.