Stock Crew (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – December 10, 2018
this is a great place for a young kid getting a job for the first time. They are flexible with work and school and help to teach what the real life will bring. they also offer opportunities for advancement.
Typical day starts off with daily duties what i have learned is to keep a positive attitude the culture is very up beat hardest part of the job is dealing with unsatisfied customers enjoyable part is the people you work with
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Westwego, LA – December 9, 2018
the work was real fun fast and easy i greeted every customer i answered any question a customer might have for me i would make sure i ask for a rewards card and if they dont have any i would sign them up for a rewards card i would make sure the front end of the store is stocked
Good job, but as time went on I received fewer and fewer hours as new cashiers were hired. For a first job, it was a good learning experience, but I would not recommend to anyone looking to make a lot of money.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Phenix City, AL 36870 – December 7, 2018
I received one five cent raise after working for Winn-Dixie for five years. I was denied other positions and remained as a cashier for all five years. Workers were rude or creepy and management knew, yet did nothing about it. Most other co-workers were friendly and we functioned well together. Drama was a common problem between higher ups and part-time workers.
Deli Associate (Former Employee) – Hattiesburg, MS – December 7, 2018
I wouldn't say it was a bad company to work for, I would just caution working at the Hattiesburg location. Things were promised that were not delivered and even after speaking with management several times nothing changed.
Deli Associate (Former Employee) – Aventura, FL – December 6, 2018
a typical day is in my resume' hardest part of the job short staffed. workplace culture was divers and the most enjoyable part of the job was the service to the customers and the compliments . when the customers would wait for my service.
after a year a raise on 15 cents and then benifits
CASHIER (Former Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – December 5, 2018
The management is phony and immature. The pay is not equivalent to the work they want you to do. They handle disputes unprofessionally and they were not helpful with scheduling around school or even pregnancy. They basically several hypocrisies going on around that establishment and honestly the job is only for the high schoolers. Anyone can work there really, I don't think hard working adults should tolerate the culture of this job. They hardly give their Customer Service Leads a break which I think is neglect but hey I'm not Human Resources.
Staff and Floater Pharmacist (Former Employee) – Hoover, AL – December 5, 2018
working for Winn Dixie is great. The work culture is always good. The pharmacy team is like a family. Company goals are always clear and always provided in a way that are usually very attainable. Benefits and pay are very competitive with other retail markets.
Meat Market Manager (Former Employee) – Hattiesburg, MS – December 4, 2018
I started out as the clean up guy and earned my way to a manger position I was with this company for over 30 years the company is a company that teaches you about companies policies and that our customers comes first
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – December 4, 2018
Making sure the store is ran properly. Making sure every department is staffed and stocked with sales items. Making sure store is clean and accident free. Making sure you put a smile on every customers face was the most enjoyable part. Hardest part is to tell a customer you ran out of a product.
I’m really not sure how to fairly evaluate this company because I haven’t been here long enough. From what I’ve read and seen so far, the company is rebounding from a slump quite well, and I expect we’ll see more bonuses and perks in the coming months.