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.
Deli Associate (Current Employee) – Burnham, PA – February 12, 2019
The workload was fair along with the compensation given for that. The only unattractive part of working in this particular Weis for myself was the unprofessional attitude and approach of the management staff. They would tell confidential information (write-ups, warnings) to employees that it did not concern at all. I believe these things should be brought directly to the attention of said associate, and to ONLY said associate, not any other co-workers.
Personal Shopper/Cashier/Bakery (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – February 7, 2019
I would say working at Weis wasn’t bad but it wasn’t that great either. I worked here part time when I was still in college and they worked great around my schedule. The work was quite easy as I did the i-shop department which consisted of shopping on the customers behalf and having their groceries ready for pickup at a decent time. I did the register from time to time when the store hours got busy and towards the end of my one year employment here I ran the bakery department closing shift. The managers didn’t really say much to you just a hi and that was pretty much it. The pay was average at the time (2011) a little above minimum wage, but not much. I think it’s ok for a high school or college student who needs a few hours work each week, but definitely not somewhere to make a career out of or live off of each month.
Monitor (Former Employee) – Hanover, PA – February 7, 2019
It was a great job for working during school and helping with gas. although the work environment was awful. with lack of management and poor treatment of there employees. i would not recommend them for full time work
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Lebanon, PA – February 7, 2019
I worked at Weis for a little less than a year. I made $9 an hour as a cashier and $9.25 as a customer service associate. The managers I had when i first started were great. They kept the store running and were great to work with. The new managers were awful and created a very tense work environment for all. However, working with the customers was usually a fun experience. I would always go back to work for Weis.
Cashier/ front end supervisor (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – February 5, 2019
I haven't worked there in 15 years and I can't really give a accurate assessment. When I was there, wages were low - no reliable personnel- management was friendly and very flexible with my needs as a mom
Monitor (Former Employee) – Pennsylvania – February 4, 2019
Working here showed that there are people out here that care more than just themselves and they care about your feelings here at weis. The coworkers didn't mind picking up an extra shift for you if you truly needed them to cover it.
cashier /face/ stocker (Current Employee) – Binghamton, NY – February 4, 2019
Some of the people are are good to work with it is a fast paced job a lot of duty to a lot of responsibility but they do not like to hire full time that is the only thing that bothers me the most important of all about the job
Produce Associate (Current Employee) – Muncy, PA – January 30, 2019
Weis Markets was the first job I ever had, like everything is has its pros and cons. It's a good first job for high school and college students. Very flexible with working hours, especially if you are very active academically and with extracurricular activities.
Dairy Clerk (Former Employee) – Mount Airy, MD – January 25, 2019
They only care about the bottom line and treat employees as an unwanted resource, Store management differs and good managers are what make the job doable, but when a bad manager comes along, they are insufferable. Employees who do any work are expected to do everything absolutely perfectly for minimal pay, expectations are constantly being piled on despite minimal staffing, and benefits are next to nothing.
The pharmacy is filled with busy work, nothing is automated so you do get a feel for what pharmacy was like about 20 years ago. Despite this fact, pharmacy technicians are not valued. Most Weis pharmacists do not value the technicians either, despite the fact that they do the leg work and about 90% of the work. I have been fortunate to have one pharmacist that values me for my work and does not send me home. Due to being part-time, you have no true health insurance. What the company offers will only pay $50 towards a office visit and only bad doctors are covered on it. I work the maximum amount of hours that I can as part time and have been denied full time employment for over a year despite my excellent performance being recognized by the pharmacists boss. I obtained my national certification as a pharmacy technician in hopes the pay would get better but you cap out at $12 an hour, which is a lot less than other pharmacies in the area. My pharmacist and her boss has been petitioning for me to get full-time but management keeps denying it for over a year now, which is why I have left this company. It is difficult to get coworkers that actually work in most places, but here employees are not written up for not showing up or just missing work by the managing pharmacist. I am always called into the pharmacy due to my coworkers not ever getting written up. I am the only person available to work all hours since only students were hired to work back in the pharmacy. Despite being the only one with availability, I am treated as if I am the one that calls out all the time ifmore... I ask for one day off. I would recommend anyone that wants to work here to have a game plan to get out since this company does not care about the pharmacy technician and pharmacists will send you home just because they feel like it even if they have the hours to keep you.less