Apparel Clerk (Part-Time) (Current Employee) – Langley, BC – 14 July 2017
Not really something to look forward to everyday because of the salary & intense workload. Management is okay: very demanding & strict. Required to work 3 times a week because they're a union. Hardest part of the job is getting along with the people in charge, especially since sometimes they don't understand the situation of their colleagues. Most enjoyable part of the job is knowing that you're helping other people and put a smile on their faces.
Colleagues Benefits Card that can be aquired after 6 months in work
HMR Clerk (Former Employee) – 42 Lorne street Sudbury Ontario – 11 July 2017
Never a dull moment. there is always something to do to make the day go by quicker than I would have liked. Friendly workers and customers alike through the day. The management was always very fair to the employees along with the owner of the store himself.
Wonderful company to work for. One of the cleanest and best organized company's that I have been able to work for. It is a place where employer's and employees look out for each other and work together to complete set tasks.
Cosmetic & Apparel Manager (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 10 July 2017
I rate Loblaw 3/5 stars due to the fact that I was working nights, with this I had no pay raise. Other managers at the store were very rude to me because I was younger than all of them. They thought I didn't know what I was doing because I was so young. With that being said, the owner of Loblaw came to our store and said I was one of the most creative and hard working managers they had.
Service Clerk- Deli (Current Employee) – Yonge, ON – 10 July 2017
You can have 8 hours shift or 4 hours shift, it depends on the schedulce provided by the manager, but I like to work there, because I could improved my english, I could not be afraid to talk to anyone, because I had to serve the costumers; is a good place, because you can know a lot of people and cultures, But is hard to get a full-time job there, that is why I am applying for this job,
Telecom & PC Insurance), Project Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 July 2017
Loblaw and its subsidiaries are a great place to work. Head Office Jobs are well compensated but Job Security is non existent. Especially over the past 5 years, as Loblaw expands and amalgamates other companies (Shoppers etc.), they constantly offset costs by reducing their headcount, sometimes cutting positions months after they hired.
HMR CLERK (Former Employee) – London, ON – 6 July 2017
I worked at Loblaws for 3 and a half years in the HMR department. My favorite part about working at Loblaws was the community culture and sense of family amongst all the staff members in the store. The company does a good job at creating programs and initiatives that support diversity, employee wellbeing, and positivity. However, it has been my experience that certain managers do not promote these core values and for that reason my review is only 3 stars. Another big issue is that corporate is always cutting back labor which forces employees to work to their breaking point to try to meet increasing demands. Customers are often unhappy regarding certain things in the store and many of these issues directly relate to departments not having enough labor to get things done and in my opinion this is not an effective way to run a business.
Company provides free meals on occasion, 10% discount, community culture
Cashier (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 2 July 2017
The work day does not change that often. Usually stays the same and you don`t change much of your actions to accommodate to anything new they might add to your job entailment. Management is pretty friendly and understandable. There`s nothing really hard about this job. The only thing that bugged me was that we weren`t taught everything and we had to call a supervisor over for every little problem we had, such as, suspending a transaction.
don`t give a lot of hours to anybody working unless you`re a manager