Produce Clerk (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 6 November 2013
I enjoyed the friends i made at loblaw. I learned to always try to out do myself. Management at my perticular branch was not the best unfortunately. The manager did not treat the employees with the proper respect or care that they deserved. The hardest part of the job was definitely not having enough hours seeing as i love to keep busy and i love to work. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know the people as well as the company and being able to familiarise myself with the store and properly helping clients that needed my attention.
Produce Worker (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 October 2017
working for the produce department at Loblaws was a great experience and rewarding to work with such a great team. my typical day was spent reporting to management and making my department the best produce Loblaws has in the GTA by ensuring customer satisfaction, refacing and stocking products and giving the company and customer the best of both by being the middleman to ensure that products where moved and sold in an above expectations sort of way, whether that was going to the end of the store to get the eggs for the seniors, making small jokes with customers and guaranteeing quality to all my products
fun and management helped me gain professional skills
Great company and many opportunities for advancement
Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Moncton, NB – 18 October 2017
My day starts at 3 am 4 days a week ( 10 hr shift+) learned that today's current culture is not like yesterday. I worked in management field in the past and is much faster paced today in order to succeed! A job well done at the end of my day is satisfying as well appreciate time off!!
Bilingual Project Coordinator (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 17 October 2017
Loblaw is a great place to work. From their culture to the people you work with, there is nothing bad I could say about Loblaw. There are so many perks to working for Loblaw - the benefits are great, there are always freebies, great work life balance, able to work from home when/if needed etc. I have had a great experience and wish there was a permanent role available for me.
Shunt Driver (Current Employee) – Regina – 16 October 2017
Not a good family life. No holidays off .work 365 days employees are not treated the same. Management favours certain people . Management sucks in transport.work your butt off and get no appreciation for it.
Employees not treated the same and no perks work 365 days a year no holidays off
Grocery Clerk (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 October 2017
I really like the place is com people get along with each other and people there are always wiling to help you no matter what.If you have questions for them there always wiling to answer them no matter what at Loblaw its like a big family
Everything goes okay untill u meet that type of employees and supervisors
Order Assembler (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 5 October 2017
Work hard and get paid here, this company will take care of you. Good money, benefits,challanges,extra hours. Although no one can earn respect unless u are 15 year old employee. Person named skyler is complete racist at marine drive loblaw warehouse.u have to be in urself here,cant trust anyone.good luck
Cashier (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 October 2017
Being a Loblaw's cashier was a good experience as it helped improve memorization and social skills. The workplace culture was average as I did not really connect with the other employee, probably due to the age difference. Management was responsible, understanding, and welcoming.
This is a great place to work when your young and in school. They have good hours for students and are understanding when you go to university. I highly recommend for young people ... or people who are looking for part time work its a great place
Member of the Renovation Crew (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 30 September 2017
Managers were not organized and constantly changing their minds on jobs. Hard to complete the work if the work keeps changing. Troubles with sending shipments on time and getting the orders needed to complete the job.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 September 2017
When you start your shift, you'd make sure you have a tidy desk and re assure that you have everything that you need like bags, receipt paper, a pen. I learned how to remember many codes and how to use a cash register. The management was great.
Operations Grocery Supervisor (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 26 September 2017
24/7 operation with no balanced between work and home life. Poor ergonomics with little consideration to how someone could potentially get hurt. Not bad if you are young and full of energy but would recommend looking elsewhere