Meat/Seafood Manager (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 5 September 2017
Customer service, cutting, merchandising, ordering, scheduling, inventories, training, quality assurance, up selling, a lot of training as acting store management while opening and closing the store. Also perform weekly food safety audits in all fresh departments
Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – West Kelowna, BC – 2 September 2017
About what you might expect from a minimum wage retail job. Minimum wage with guaranteed raises, strong union guarantees job security and average/slightly above average benefits. Quality of life depends massively on department, store, and management. Many departments are understaffed, with the exception of holidays, and not falling behind can be nearly impossible.
Produce Clerk (Former Employee) – Langley, BC – 2 September 2017
It is an okay job I had worked there for over 2 years. They recently went through a management change which a majority of managers had been replaced. New managers were not great so I had made a decision to resign.
CASHIER (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 30 August 2017
Management was good. they didn't expect the employees to behave like workaholic robots like the general corporate employee status quo. This job is very ideal for a student or anyone who just needs a little extra mullah.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 29 August 2017
Being a manager is a lot better than being a unionized employee. The schedule is unfair for union employees and the compensation is minimal. Hours are not conducive to any type of work/life balance or general health.
Teamwork is very present at this company. Management and employees work together and are very welcoming, appreciative and respectful with each other
Joe Fresh Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Penticton, BC – 27 August 2017
Real Canadian Superstore is a great place to work if you like variety in everyday job duties. Everyone is welcoming and very easy to work with. There is no barrier between employees and management, everyone works together which is the best part of working at this company.
Click and Collect (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 20 August 2017
Awful place to work. They do these four hours shifts at ridiculous hours. For example they'll have you work until 9pm (or later) then have you come in at 5 am the next day. Coworkers dont want to be there and just let you carry them. Management loves to micromanage, does not respect when you have prior commitments. Was promised 28 hours at interview, received 16 at max.
unreasonable shifts, terrible coworkers, managers expect you to help them in their personal lives
Produce Clerk (Former Employee) – Airdrie, AB – 18 August 2017
Superstore was a good place to work at, however the long shifts got in the way of my studies in school. and the main reason I quit was because I wanted something in my interest, Something I could grow in and always be interested. which for me was always cars having project cars, engine swaps. I know my way around cars and I can never get bored of them. Its a passion, a hobby something I cant get over.
Cashier (Former Employee) – St. Albert, AB – 13 August 2017
hile working as a cashier at Superstore, I was responsible for helping guests with ringing through, and paying for their groceries. This job definitely helped me build my communication skills and independence. While I was at Superstore, I also was responsible for supervising the self-checkout, which helped me further improve my multi-tasking abilities.