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What is the most stressful part about working at Weis Markets?

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Terrible hour consistency. I was hired and promised morning and afternoon hours since I'm married and have a life to be responsible for. But I was given nothing but evening hours and LOONG night hours. Very bothered by this and am currently out job hunting. And I am severely singled out and constantly picked on and constantly written up for tiny things she let pass for everyone else.

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Extremely understaffed. You’re expected to do 5 different jobs at once without making any customers wait. Overworked, underpaid. You rarely ever get lunches or a break, unless you’re a cashier.

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Stores are extremely understaffed. If your someone who takes pride in what you do and enjoy the feeling of accomplishment this is not the job for you. You will he asked to do the impossible and when you question management as to why there is no labor you will be told that the company is following suite with the rest of the industry and you can either deal with it or find a new job.

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As someone stated already- one person is doing the work of many because stores won’t staff accordingly - it’s all about the almighty profit.

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As far as warehouse operations there is favoritetism going on. I had over 19 years of good service but had no consideration when I had health problems. Seemed to pass me over for other jobs I could do and gave to people who had less time with company which led me to resign after 19 years. I liked job but got no consideration at all that I was a good employee. Only saw that I had health problems that kept me from doing the position I had and did not try at all to put me in other positions.

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Store management's favoritism and retaliation if anything's said to them about the favoritism. Store management is very unfair in treatment of employees. Upper Management's lack of response when things are brought to their attention.

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Meeting new people

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To be around a lot of customers and to meet people

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The lack of support by management. You are to never ever question them, they provide little or no details when accused. It's possible for customers to get employees fired because you are automatically wrong.

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Being there and being bullied.

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