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Very busy store, there are no times where you can just stand and talk to other workers. None. There are a variety of people that shop here so be ready. There are very short breaks and you will not have time to get to the break room and back. Store GM is nice but not super involved with Cashier's. Front end manager does not care for workers. If you are sick, just call in. Do not bother trying to push through because they do not care about your well being.
You can buy groceries on your break if needed
Long hours standing, no spot for breaks except way upstairs in the back (you'll spend half your break walking there)
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I've given the correct deposit forms twice now in two months and have never recieved a deposit to my bank. No one on the staff can fix it, the cash office is completely inept, and there's no room for a pay raise in site. You have to work holidays with no pay increase and the bar is so low. Supervisors and the people picking groceries literally get paid the same. This is not how a company should be run
when i first started at Metro i was in the bakery it was fun i got to know different kinds of breads and pastries it gave me great experience metro is support their employees and the management was great with me i got along with my co-workers
Good pay..... I do not know what else to say. Flexible job and the true meaning of working independently. I like the supervisors. They were approachable and assertive.
Paid breaks and supper
Staff and management are super nice and fun to work with. I made lots of memories and friends there, management runs a tight ship so I suggest keeping your head down and out of everyone else's drama and just focus on your work. The work environment is nice most of the time, however, it does remind me a little bit of high school. I worked there for a few years and absolutely loved it. I learned many skills as it was my first job, highly recommend applying!
friendly staff, good hours
got to do my own thing which was nice working in the deli/hot food and pizza department before the new store changed. i don’t know what it’s like now but co workers were friendly enough to show me tips and i became good friends with one of them to this day
Staff are nice to work with, management it's all about the numbers and keeping a tight ship running orderly. Tip ...just mind your business do your job don't get involved in the gossip , reminds me of highschool with the exception that they are now Adults .Union , once your in you can be in for life , if this is how you want to live your life .
Hours and shifts are good
hire too many people and I lost my hours also they don't give me the shift I need to work I only work on the day that I need off also when I have to do other things they yell at me for not bring in the carts
hire to much
Cashiers are always willing and able to help with any situation that arises.Loved the afternoon and evening shifts ( The night Front-end Manager is very kind. Willing to accept the hours that you need ( around school hours and other appointments)I had a Blast at Metro and still continue to love it there!
Very Friendly, Willing to help others in training, Breaks are given evenly, Afternoons and Evenings are the best!
Some Managers can get on your wick
Excellent company to work for. Ability to work overtime for both union and non union employees. Union experience will definitely help you succeed if you’re experienced. Excellent pay for all. Amazing benefits.
Overtime and benefits
Long days at times
This workplace has a very flexible schedule with your needs as an employee. Management is understand as an employer. I have had no problems with upper management that is a concern. The workplace may be fast paced and can be overwhelming on holidays for some people but is manageable with the team you have around you that can help you. Overall its a good learning experience with a good opportunity to be a great commodity to the company. There is a space for anyway that works hard.
Flexible hours, Good team
I worked in “Cut Fruit” and found myself always busy and not able to work as fast as the product sold out. We were told to maintain full shelves but with sometimes working alone, it was hard. It was a pretty laid-back job usually but depending on seasons, it got a bit hard to handle.
First of all Metro only cares about the productivity. You are just a number to them. If you get below 100% weekly they will discipline you. For anyone finishing their probation and if you know you are trying your best and if you think it's not good enougg; LOOK FOR ANOTHER JOB. They let people go occasionally doesn't matter if you have perfect attendance. They will over certain probationary to be rehired but useless. It is there way to show you they need you.Union stewards are clueless. Full timers treated much better.
Free $300 giff card and free lunch box with your name on it.
Probationary and Part Timers pay for union but treated unfairly. Etc
I started working there in June and till now it’s pretty good the more you work the more hours you get although I think the management should encourage the staffs more because of the pandemic and all the hard working staffs should still deserve a encouragement.
I worked at metro ontario inc for 2 years. I was IT contractor there. They false promised full-time role to me but the IT department needs more help and budget. I couldnt get full-time role despite working hard and getting positive reviews. Long story short: they will use you and get rid off you if you are on contract. So learn as much as you can and get full-time roles in other companies.
free lunches, good people, learn and leave
they mostly hire temp staff, so they can use you and fire you when they like