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The front line staff were almost always awesome and helpful. If customers had to receive customer service from management they would never ever be a repeat customer. I left because management is uneducated yet they belittle the front line staff who often times are more educated. I am dying to know how Loblaws companies select managers. I find the general population of Canada to be friendly but I have yet to meet a friendly manager at a loblaws owned company, it's like they try to select the nastiest people possible.

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The new manager had family members working there and he would reprimand the supervisors if they had to address any issues with said family members.
Was tired of not knowing from one week to the next how many hours you were going to get. Maximum was 28 if you were available every day, for any shift. No chance for fulltime as they were continually eliminating fulltime positions.

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I'm not sure about all the negative comments, I've worked for loblaws for awhile because I love my job. The only reason I have a job is because of the customers!! For the most part, I get all the support I need, but I will be the first to tell you, if unhappy in your work environment, quit!! But please don't blame our company, we are way better than other companies, as shown but people that quit, but then come back, this is a great company, I'm happy😊😊😊😊

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I left because when you read a job posting for hire working their is the opposite of what the real loblaw world is all about.
9 years was enough for me.....proceed with caution
When you hear your just a number this company offers just that
I could list it all but choose to just leave a message as heads up type thing

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I put in my notice because I was hurt at this job. Prior to getting hurt, I genuinely enjoyed my coworkers. Management was never any where to be found without seeking them out. After getting hurt and trying to discuss a safety concern, I was horribly mistreated. I am lucky enough currently to be able to leave a job where I am disrespected and belittled. I want able to do much of anything for 3 months due to my injury and had to literally BEG for modified duty I was legally entitled to. It was unfortunate I had to report this to WSIB because I did not want any troubles at work, but I was unable to do my job and was fully able to do another job without time off. I was really sad to see the true colors of the company. They can break the law and only receive a small fine from WSIB, literally not even a drop in the ocean to such a filthy rich company. I am foi g to request additional action and I encourage all employees to speak to their union fully and WSIB when hurt. They will try to trick you into speaking with their risk management firm and dress it up as a company trying to help YOU with modified duty and it is 100% untrue, they specialize in claims DENIAL. If you get hurt, report it and dont let any one talk you into thinking you'll be okay when you NEED treatment. Contact your MPP and WSIB if your job requires extra doctor notes or anything else extra from you (the law says your chiropractor or physio can provide updated FAFs to an employer).

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You have zero opportunity to obtain full time employment. The hours are terrible for part-time workers. Loblaws only cares about ensuring the wealth of future generations of the Weston family. Cruddy place to work.

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Managers at Brampton head office Finance depart corpAdmin were terrible, unequal treatment, no training, ignorant behaviour... run run run

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I have worked there for 2 years at the South Surrey distribution Center. People leave because the Supervisors are too power hungry on the Night shift. On the Dayshift the Suoervisors don’t really do there job and it creates Safety issues. I have had my Ankles taken out by Pallet jacks so many times I have lost count and nearly been Run over by the forklifts several times because they just zip up behind you and don’t care that your there.

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Family reasoning and felt bullied by the front end manager

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Unfair and unequal treatment of staff. Expected to do a lot for little pay.

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