Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Industry, CA – January 14, 2019
A lot of work, which is exciting, but not enough help on the sales floor. I learned to drive forklift by myself due to the need in the store. Not a great support support from management. This is not the same in all stores. In some stores management are part of the team. The hardest part is when You have a lot of work due to a busy day and You don't have any help to get the job done 100%. The most enjoyable when I see the results of my hard work. Like the store in great shape fully stocked backroom clean and organized.
Parking Lot Attendant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 16, 2019
The manager uses and manipulate its employers. Gets mad when you take breaks together with other people like how am I supposed to know we don’t work in the same department. -_- Has camaeras but can’t seem to see is its employers are working and blames every lil problem in their life to the employers -_- They should buy speakers and a microphone to call employers cuz sometimes they call you but your far collecting the carts and Can’t hear them and then they get mad like bruh I’m doing my job -_-
10$ gift card every thanksgiving
Lack of communication and taking advantage of your effort. Most bullying you
Cashier (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 11, 2019
Working at Superior Grocers is fast pace, overwhelming, and stressful. Hardest part of the job would be dealing with customers who walk in with intentions of arguing with cashiers. Also, work environment can be unpleasant if the head cashier (16) isn't a team leader or there to help cashiers with problems they may have.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – December 26, 2018
The management there is horrible. They are constantly breathing down your neck. If you have an emergency and cant make it to work your hours will be cut. Rarely do you hear someone being full time unless they have years working there. There is no pay raise and it's very hard to advance up. One of my old coworkers had to leave work since his mother died but instead of the management understanding they instead fired him right after. Its a last resort for a job.
Most of the regular workers are fun people
poor management, few hours, and you can only get full-time after being there more than a year
Meat Clerk /Customer Service , Bakery & Janitor (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – December 21, 2018
Everyone is friendly and helpful at the company and is willing to work with you if you really need the help. The managers are always helping and will be in your departments for just fun and participation
Cashier (Former Employee) – Buena Park, CA – December 14, 2018
I disliked working here because some co-workers were payed more to walk around not doing anything! They would see the long lines but instead of opening up, they watch you struggle instead of opening. Managers only schedule people 3 days maximum and only 5 hour shifts. Co-worker wasn’t fired after he harrased another coworker, I instead he was transferred”. Honestly the most unorganized, stressfull job ever.
fun and respectable enviroment to work in. Friendly and hard working people all around.
Head Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – December 9, 2018
Being ready and on time is important to start your day. Have a positive attitude while providing excellent customer service and keeping your costumers happy to make sure they will return for another enjoyable day at our store.
Fun workplace but terrible management and terrible pay
Bakery Clerk (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 11, 2018
I like my coworkers, they are pretty good workers and are also interesting to talk to in general, but the pay is terrible for my living needs....and is also not enough for the work load they give me working in the bakery. The managers schedule me 6 days per week, which sounds like it should be some decent money....but the problem is I work 4 and 5 hour shifts. I need more hours and more money! I deserve it.
Meat Clerk and cashier (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 10, 2018
I started off as cashier then they asked if I was interested to move over to meat clerk, now the work there wasn’t hard but the other co workers do not help out at all,manager would just be in the back talking on this phone while the meat cutters did most of the work.
Not a good place to advance beyond the grocery store
Merchandiser/General Merchandise Manager (Former Employee) – La Mirada, CA – October 10, 2018
Management is ego driven and temperamental, especially district managers. Until an overhaul in management is done, things will not change. Lots of times sales are undercut because of poor management. You can advance within the store but not into corporate level. Even entry level jobs are only circulated within the corporate office and not made known to all employees.
Cahsier (Former Employee) – Compton, CA – October 5, 2018
Terrible work environment, management is the worst. No consideration of employees, over work you for very little pay! Also, they say you'll be a cashier yet they'll have you cleaning bathrooms! Not a job I would recommend!
Cashier (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – September 30, 2018
Pay is ok, but job can be stressful and if you don't like to deal with people the job is not for you. I've had great co-workers, but bad customers. It also depends on the location where you work at too, and the manager you have.
Human Resources (Former Employee) – Santa Fe Springs, CA – September 25, 2018
Management is the worst at the corporate level. I feel so bad for the store employees because they are not given much guidance. The owner is all about money and greed. There is so much nepotism at this company that it's hard to advance or be recognized unless you are the same race as the owner.
Free lunches provided by vendors
Bad management, subpar benefits, stressful environment