Cart Attendant/Cashier (Current Employee) – Williamsville, NY – December 7, 2018
So, Tops is meh. I do carts, and a bit of EZ-Scan/Self checkout. Carts is very easy as long as you’re efficient. Managers are pretty relaxed, so it’s not bad. But there are some days you hate being outside. Mostly winter though.
Food Preparation and service Worker (Former Employee) – Canandaigua, NY – December 7, 2018
it was difficult working at tops they really had a number of people but not fruitful with hours if you apply for full time you should get at least 35 hours I was hired full time and was lucky to get 22 hour … luckly I ended up moving so I gave my 2 weeks
Cashier (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – December 6, 2018
In my opinion tops was one of the best jobs I had but do to family issues that go in the way of work hours I began to clash with my managers but other than that tops has really good work quality and really good co workers very peaceful place to work
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Lancaster, NY – November 29, 2018
terrible company to work for only concerned with corporate bonuses. They stole their workers pension savings. warehouse is a garbage dump. dont care about the product they smash and cram fruits and vegetables onto a truck, they dont separate the organics and then charge you full price for something that was mixed. shameful distribution practices.
OVERNIGHT MANAGER (Current Employee) – West Seneca, NY – November 26, 2018
Tops Markets is a good company to work for. They are flexible with scheduling and are willing to work with associates based on their personal lives. There is sufficient compensation and promotion from within.
Terrible Managment, Rude employees, not worth the bad pay!!
Bakery Clerk (Former Employee) – Spencerport, NY – November 20, 2018
Working at tops was a literal nightmare. To start, the pay is terrible and not even minimum wage. Management is the worst I’ve seen in all of my work experience. Working previously in a bakery, Tops is the most disgusting food prep area I have ever seen. Went months without a manager then when we did get one on her first day she talked about her assault charges and continued to talk trash about the 16 and 17 year old employees that were in our department. Constantly losing employees and managers, and when they do have them they are so rude to customers. Worst job I have ever worked.
Rude employees, terrible and rude management, poor pay
Printer, Mail Clerk, Shipping & Receiving (Former Employee) – Williamsville, NY – November 14, 2018
Many Departments were poorly managed. Some cared too much about saving money where their co-worker's suffered by increasing work productivity and not increasing wages and eliminating positions. No room for advancement due to increase pay raises. Other manager's spent too much money which cost the company thousands of dollars if not more.
Benefits and paid holidays, vacations and personal time.
Bulk Foods Manager (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – November 11, 2018
I worked at Tops from 17 until 29. I had the opportunity to work in three different locations and had the pleasure of working with three different groups of people, they were all terrific and definitely what I miss the most.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – New Paltz, NY – November 10, 2018
I worked as many hours as were offered in a given week. The typical day was answering calls, processing refunds, money transfers, and lottery. I got the chance to work with multiple managers in my time and all had different approaches to work which made for an adjustment period when they changed management.
Assistant Produce Manager (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – November 10, 2018
Arrive at 6am to go through the department, making sure everything is organized and fresh. Unload delivery and stock product. Order for next delivery. Continue stocking until floor is full while catering to customers needs. Put the rest of the unloaded delivery away in designated area to use later. Make sure clerical work is completed for the day. Before leaving make sure everything is fresh and organized and the next person in knows what to do for their shift.
Quality Assurance technician (Former Employee) – Williamsville, NY 14221 – November 8, 2018
There are a variety of areas including, purchasing, buyers, accounting, and the lab. Working in the Quality Assurance lab is fast paced at times when vendor and product decisions are on a tight deadline. For the most part everyone at Tops is friendly and easy to work with on projects. Occassionally, a customer complaint comes to the lab regarding a product that did not meet their standards. I enjoy helping the customer and analyzing the product to determine what was wrong.