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What is the work environment and culture like at Save-A-Lot?

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Terrible. Expect text messages daily and nightly even when your off. Expected to use your cell phone for work and download there apps. with reimbursement. They will tell you they will pay for it. No in corporate has a clue on what direction they are going. Run by kids out of college. And if something is working great dont worry they will come up with something new and ruin it. Its incredible. Good luck. Really.

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Was great until the started closing store in the area then that manger came over with the survivors of the close down store. The new manager was very intense and his disapproval.it went from here a store to please the the customer two now the bottom line of the money

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No no I did not like working with Skype a lot because the atmosphere atmosphere was so freaking bad

Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Milwaukee, WI

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Negative, unhappy folks

Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL

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It was awful

Answered - Ast. Store Manager (Former Employee) - Aiken, SC

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Maximum work, minimum pay, no incentives, no benefits, not great hours usually, poor teamwork, lots of call offs, alone half the time with long lines.

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The process is long but the interview was fine

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A lot of work. Minimum wages. No consistent schedules, poor attitudes from management, employees, customers.

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Maybe if you're Superman, wore a cape and there were 8 days in a week you may get all of your assignmentsite done.

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Very bias.

Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Memphis, TN

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