Overnight Stocker (Current Employee) – Winter Park, FL – August 17, 2018
A typical day of work consists of working that days truck and using extra time to complete given tasks and detail the store. The management overnight has no issues, but during the day the management creates a hostile workplace environment.
customers & employees are friendly and welcoming. everyone is well dressed , respectful & great at doing their job. when customers are upset the cashier try their very best to make them happy or find something close to what they are looking for.
FULL TIME PRODUCE/FLORAL (Current Employee) – Tavares, FL – August 14, 2018
Most people who are hired for this retail chain are hired for a certain department, but are used by all departments. For example, you may start your shift out in produce then 5 min later you are cashiering, unloading trucks, bagging groceries ext. Then you have the expectation to complete your department daily tasks. Most people receive 40 hrs most of the time, but will not ever receive full time benefits. When department hours get cut the people who have been working full time hours loose hours. So one week you can work 40 then the next (so the big bosses get their bonus) you work 18 hours dealing with the same amount of craziness.
you have a job
full time is non existant enless you are in management
I worked for Winn Dixie for 2 years and while the job was not fun the people and the costumers were very nice, the job was not very stressful if you were given the right amount of help. Winn Dixie is ran differently than other stores they are given certain amount of labor hours based on how they spend and sometimes for short periods of time they cut the stores hours as budget cuts, it is unfair to the workers who lose hours and unfair to the workers who then have an impossible job to do within the time given and with no overtime allowed it is just a pore ran business. I loved my managers and my coworkers but that was about it.
Stock Associate (Current Employee) – Semmes, AL – August 12, 2018
hours get cut managers are hard to work with must work swing shift is you want hours no chance of raise or promotion hard work slinging stock as well as hard people to work with mostly kids who dont want to work
A company that has no clue of its future. They seem to like to hire CEOs that have no vision of the company but to line the pockets of the CEO. The way they do that is cut more jobs more hours and no vision. It should be set up for customer service bringing in new ideas and product and be competitive in the grocery industry. Instead they hire CEOs from other countries that may have had no experience in the grocery industry as a person in the retail aspect but couldn't make it as a any type of management with Walmart or Target. Their idea of running a company is cut the minimum wage earner and the person trying to make a living hours. Any moron could do that instead of figuring out to cut their own salary and work on bringing new ideas to the company or asking the employees how to improve the company. It is very poorly ran and no communication between corporate and the stores.
can't think of any
pro moral, cut hours, works salary employees anywhere from 55 plus hours a week.
Not much to say about my branch it was one of all the North Carolina branches that were closed out in 2001. Work was competitive but also predictable top management was very secretive about closeout and many people were left unemployed from the closing.
Winn Dixie is a really boring and unorganized but a great first job learning experience.
Bagger/Stocker (Former Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – August 10, 2018
It was really fast paced not really any breaks at all and u are always moving for long periods of time. the breaks they give are really short, and constantly call your name while u are on your break to do something and u tend to do a lot more things that other people slack on.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Eufaula, AL – August 10, 2018
I felt like the job was more about who you knew and who you were related to rather than who you were as a person. I was not to fond of the job and if given another chance I would not go back to work there.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Saint Cloud, FL – August 9, 2018
Poor management, not enough hours scheduled, words are barked at you in front of the customers, insufficient ordering of food, long time employees talk badly about other employees in front of others. Overall, it's extremely unprofessional.
Service Associate (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – August 8, 2018
The managers and supervisors never stayed the same. There were multiple accounts of discrimination not only to me but to other employees. Very rarely is higher management willing to work with improving the customer service quality of cashiers. In my opinion customer service was terrible.
It is a job and you can make friends.
Customer service was lacking, management was not involved.
Deil Assistant (Former Employee) – Gretna, LA – August 8, 2018
The months I worked at Winn-dixide were enlightful and pleasurable, me and my co-workers loving helping and greeting the customers as they walked in. Winn-Dixie was a company that cared about their customers and their empolyees, and followed their policy accordingly.