Bookkeeper and Front End Monitor (Former Employee) – Gaithersburg, MD – February 25, 2018
Not a terrible job, definitely room for growth if you are looking for that. Management could have been better, breaks could have been better. But overall I am happy to have gained the experience of working there.
Cashier/Stocker/Produce (Former Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA 22407 – September 20, 2018
it was pretty boring days there. i didnt learn much i did not already know. management was a joke they were not the best and no discipline at weis. not much on workplace culture considering that we never got to talk to anyone because you would just be slacking off and not doing your job. hardest part about the job was just getting myself to show up i have never hated a place so much that i have worked at.
Weis would not be my first choice,The pay is the worst in retail and the quality of life is horrible. To much asked for , for NOTHING in return.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – New Jersey – September 17, 2018
Plenty of other company's would treat their associates better than this company. This should be your last resort. Weis is just about their bottom line, the company will do whatever it takes to save money. All the propaganda about life balance and how the company feels about quality of life is just a front, If your a salary associate you might as well cut your hourly wage almost in half. The DM who is the loudest about life quality, will be the first to ask you for favors or just expect you to do them.This is not a company to plan a career with.
Front End Sales Associate (Current Employee) – MD – September 16, 2018
They don't think realistically. They think your world should revolve around them and they are not fair with schedules at times. They are not flexible when you have appointments outside of work. The day shifts are better than nights. Some of the managers are not friendly. Too much work for being underpaid.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – 9250 Washington Blvd. Laurel, MD 20707 – September 15, 2018
a typical day at Weis Markets is fast pace. You learn the in and out of how a Market is run. Management cares about their employees. We have and open door policy. It is a Multi work culture. The hardest part of the job is competing you task on time. The most enjoyable part is that you are able to adjust your. work schedule when needed.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Williamsport, PA – September 13, 2018
A typical day at Weis is very steady. Some days we do get busy but everyone manages to pull through. A lot of the time co-workers are what make the day go by quickly generally most custmoers are very nice and understanding.
Deli Manager (Current Employee) – Williamsport, PA – September 12, 2018
Lots of logs to fill out throughout the day including, especially temp. of foods, freezer walk-in coolers, The day goes by pretty fast, there is always something to do. Customer interaction, on a professional level. Lots of smiles and may I help yous, customer satisfication a must. If it wasn't for the customers you wouldn't have your job
Deli Associate (Current Employee) – York, PA – September 7, 2018
The managers treat there employees like garbage. The corporate office could care less. They treat the employees like they are stupid and will not listen to anything we have to say. They make the deli workers clean the bathrooms. The managers scream at you in front of customers. They are degrading, hurtful, and just plain mean. They make you feel like you are worthless. The managers are the laziest people.
Custom Cake Decorator (Former Employee) – Lords Valley, PA – September 6, 2018
I really and truly loved working for Weis Markets. I loved the customers and loved the people I worked with and I loved making the cakes and helping the customers with whatever they needed. I would go back to work there in a heartbeat. The only con was the pay wasn't that great but you can make a career out of this establishment.
A typical day involves me scanning and bagging groceries. The time that doesn't include that involves cleaning my register and waiting for customers. It doesn't challenge me or change at all. The pace is painfully slow, and does not keep up my satisfaction.
I learned how hard it can be to work in an environment with management that bends over backwards for problematic customers but belittles hardworking employees.
The management is poor at best and abusive at worst. They constantly berate us if we are not standing still like statues while waiting in an empty store for customers, and will throw out water (even in record heat) and take away break time if we step away to use the bathroom.
The only thing I enjoyed was bonding with my kind and helpful co-workers.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Doylestown, PA – September 5, 2018
I love working there because the people there are nice and you meet great customers. There is always something to look forward to. The hours you are scheduled for are flexible but the amount are basically consistent.
Deli Manager (Former Employee) – Perry Hall, MD – September 1, 2018
I was dept manager that made the company$ every quarter and was stuck driving 42 miles each way for work. I was asked to do so for 6 months so I agreed and 3 years later I was still driving 42 miles to work !! They lied to me on several occasions about going back to my original store . My advice to anyone getting job with Weis Markets is to get EVERYTHING they tell you in writing.