Home Meal Replacement/ Coffee bar (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 November 2017
I've worked at loblaws for about 4 years now and can't seem to leave. Every summer i come back to a team thats ready to work and have a good time while doing. Most days i see families and friends come by and grab a coffee from the coffee bar which puts a smile on my face.
Transportation Clerk (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 18 November 2017
I loved working here. My boss was amazing. I learned a lot about distribution and transportation in the grocery business. Workplace culture was great, a lot of wonderful people worked for this company. Hardest part of the job was leaving to relocate back to BC.
Supply Chain Analyst (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 14 November 2017
Company has flex hours and ability to work from home some of the time to be able to maintain and good work/life balance. My manager is very good about trusting me to do my work and does not micro manage, but is always willing to answer questions.
Packeger (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 11 November 2017
Loblaw's does not have shift flexibility and that was why I left. Loblaw's manager told me to paint pallets without necessary breathing equipment, and when I asked I was told to go home. Ever since that incident working there had never been the same. I felt like a rag that people could throw away anytime they wished and could replaced with a snap and that my judgement did not matter and I was just a mindless servant who would do anything for a paycheck.
Former warehouse worker (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 10 November 2017
If you can handle being on your feet all day , and listening to a computer in your ear , misconception everyone has is its hard work , but if you stick it out you get paid well not too many jobs where you get paid well , work is work mommy is not their to help so be a man and suck it up !!
Meat Clerk (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 8 November 2017
everyone starts part time, average 20-30 hours a cheque, so in other words find another job to maintain while working here, doesn't seem to be appropriate for anyone other than stay at home parents or students
docile, lenient and benefits after probation period of 300 hours or something
not enough work, no organization in back, everything is just read box find box
Cashier (Current Employee) – Melfort, SK – 5 November 2017
* always ready to work and have a smile and always polite to others * always learning new things *the hardest part of the job is to remember to do the paper work * the most enjoyable part of the job is helping customers and making them happy
Pharmacy Clerk/Assistant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 2 November 2017
helped to get me an education and certificate as a pharmacy technician. then wouldn't hire me as a pharmacy technician. Did not take into consideration having a family when giving out your schedule with only one days notice to shifts
Senior Supply Chain Manager (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 1 November 2017
fast paced work environment, collaborating with cross functional teams sometimes with competing priorities. work place culture has greatly improved over the years. Hardest part of my job was balance the needs of the different departments of the business while always keeping customer needs top of mind. Most enjoyable part of my job was leading my team and watching us succeed.
great services such a on site gym, cafeteria, dry cleaning services, meditation room