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poorly run for employees. When they hire you on, you will get up to 40 hours a week. if you take any time off, whether its vacation or a sick day, they reduce your hours to 5 hours a week and always on weekends. Management was always changing in the produce section and had been through three or four managers within a six month period.
Favoritism was huge.
Favoritism was huge.
close to home
My day would start at 8 am in the morning putting away fresh Italian bread for bulk sale. Next I would move on to checking expire dates on all the products on the bakery shelves and pick out the expired ones to throw out later. After that most of my shift went into cleaning and stocking the bakery/deli aisles and assisting customers with questions that they might have had in regards to baked good and deli meats.
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While I was working at freshco they made me do a few things i really didn't want to do. One of them was cleaning. The manager knew my allergies were acting up but he forced me to do it anyways. While I was working there i did learn couple of things that helped me in the future.
They made me do things I didn't want to do. Few managers would treat you horribly
They abuse, overwork, lie and force you to do things you are not comfortable with. They humiliate you and are extremely ungrateful. The only good thing about this place is the friendships built.
This job is a great first job. There's room to grow and the managers are very flexible when it comes to hours. There's never any issue with taking days off as long as you tell them ahead of time
long time standing
Supervising gives me the responsibility of not only a step further in customer service and satisfaction, the staff also relies on me for all needs including their breaks, emotional support and also for any questions they may have. I also need to be able to identify people to prevent frauds, and deal with money transactions, both counting money at the end of the day and processing debit and credit card transactions.
free lunch sometimes
long hard working days, learned how to build and replenish displays, how to converse with customers, hardest part was making sure everything on the list got done, the most enjoyable thing was making new friends and talking to customers
lack of recognition from managemtn
My Typical day at work would be mantaining and supervising the front-end of the store which includes keeping it clean, making sure there are no long line ups, and keeping everyone busy with a job, and sending people on their breaks/lunches. Also, as a supervisor, I have to count the cash trays and balance the office before leaving. Personally, I love working in the office, since it requires me to deal with money and somewhat relates to the field of study i want to go into which is accounting. The hardest part of the job in my opinion is being able to manage the front-end alongside the office without any time delays. This job has helped me learn about time-management and also how to communicate with different customers. This job has also made me very "thick-skinned" and I have more control over my emotions and how I deal with situations.
Management was horrible, and even after complaining several times and wanting to switch departments, I never did. The customers are horrible as well and you have to work 5+ hours straight on cash dealing with horrible people, both customers and fellow staff