Deli and Bakery Asisstant (Current Employee) – Belmont, CA – 18 December 2012
Well a regular day is always helping customers to there wants and need and to help them the most up curtious customer service you can give them. Also getting things done and knowing whats more important from less impotant
What I have learned as I work for Safeway is haveing patients for people around me.
Always helping each other and to reach goals for yourself, so we can reach the goals of the store. Makeing we give thee most A game to the customers and giving the best service you can give them.
The workers in Safeway are amazing, its the reason why other eployees love comming to work. Its the way we interact with each other is the way we talk to customer. Especially the employees in the deli hard working people, also funny, caring, helpful, ect.
Thee most hardest part of the job dealing with customers who in a bad mood, and u try to give them what they want in a positive way.
Cashier, Bakery and Floral Assistant (Former Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 19 July 2017
Safeway was a fine job, not something I overly enjoyed but not something I strongly disliked. The hours were not great, but if you work there long enough they get better. Would recommend if looking for part-time work.
Safeway stocker (Former Employee) – Stony Plain, AB – 17 July 2017
I enjoyed the work there good experience and good staff to work with good benefited plans as well good company to excell with I recommend this place for a lot of young people to get experience and get into work field
Sevice clerk customer sevice (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 17 July 2017
But Safeway did not pay very well for sevice clerks and to advanced to become a cashier was not easy thing to do.asa sevice clerk I could get 40 hours but a cashier I could only get 20hours and I would of lost all my benifits .so I stayed a sevice clerk .after a long while l left the job so could get a job as a cashier.
The People were reeally nice to work with (except for the asst. managers)
Cashier (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 16 July 2017
A real good place to work in when I was there but it was short lived for all the wrong reasons and the idiotic behaviour of some "coworkers".The People were reeally nice to work with (except for the asst. managers)
My typical days were packaging medications for customers of our auto fill service. We would often take phone calls to answer questions or look into patients files for medications that needed refills and send faxes to doctors. I would take prescriptions from customers and fill them to their specifications for purposes of billing. I would also package bubble packs for customers that needed help with their individual time needs for multiple medications. I learned a lot for time management skills, customer service and cashiers work.
sometimes we would get free lunches from the Deli
Irrate customers in need of meds but did not look after their affairs properly.
General Clerk (Current Employee) – Prince Rupert, BC – 4 July 2017
The new collective agreement has horrible wages. After 2 years of full time hours, I was only making $12.20 an hour. It's an industry where customers have no respect for workers, and believe if they throw a temper tantrum, they will receive either free product or a gift certificate. This is based on over 25 years in this Industry. The old contract at least had a living wage.
Produce Assistant (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 4 July 2017
Overall, my time at safeway was honestly awful. You work a full 8 hour shift, but it feels more like 12 or 14. They make you pay for your own lunch and their is no dicount. You get paid minimum wage to do what was quite honestly the worst job I've ever had.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 4 July 2017
The workplace all kind of people. It is a very diverse workplace mixed elderly and youth. It provides experience for the next workplace that anyone wants to work at. Very friendly staff and management.