Questions and Answers about Safeway

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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Safeway a better place to work?


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If I was in charge of Safeway I would make sure my employees all enjoyed their jobs and the opening baggers get to come in at 7:45-8a so they can sleep ia bit more😴 None of this 5:30-6a stuff And get PTO/sick/vacation time

Former courtesy clerk from one of the Beaverton Oregon Safeway stores


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I would hire diverst people and make sure employees and managers didnt go in and make someones life misriable at work

Answered - Booth Clerk (Former Employee) - San Leandro, CA

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More employee recognition

Answered - grocery bagger (Former Employee) - Fresno, CA

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I would require the fuel attendants to attend a gun safety course and actively have them test their firearm for the job. Would also require them to either train for or currently have an conceal carry permit

Answered - Fuel Attendant (Former Employee) - Waldorf, MD

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I would listen to my people and create more hours. Even if we were losing money, you need people to run your stores. If you have no people, you're not making money.

Answered - File Maintenance Clerk (Current Employee) - Chico, CA

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Develop a customer service culture. That puts the individual first.

Answered - Scheduler (Former Employee) - Spokane, WA

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Management giving kudos to workers for a good job done.

Answered - Alcohol Section Manager (Former Employee) - Costa Mesa, CA

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If I were in charge, I would make sure that the employees I hired knew ahead of time that the hours that are given are the hours you stick with. I would make sure everyone had paid sick time and paid time off because those little types of things can make employees happy in the workplace.

Answered - Courtesy clerk (Current Employee) - Pittsburg, CA

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