very comfortable work environment with a good organisational culture
Food Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 21 January 2018
The competition is an healthy competition and its a place where everybody looks out for one another. There is good managerial culture and the communication system is so great. Good remuneration package with a good work culture.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Halifax, NS – 9 December 2017
I was threatened at work by a supervisor, treated unfairly and disrespectfully by my manager ,attacked ,threatened and mentally abused for my beliefs by a drunk stranger because their was no security....and let go without a reason for being in the hospital over night due to cervical cancer complications.....terrible place to have your own opinion or beliefs without even pushing them on anyone else . i do not agree with being treated differently than others and i do not agree with bigotry or disrespect, i am human i bleed red and breath air just like everyone else , i treat everyone else with the same respect i would want in return .
workplace harassment, no security in unsafe area at night, mistreatment and wrongful termination
Customer care (Former Employee) – Welland, ON – 8 December 2017
I very much enjoyed working in this establishment. I felt welcomed as their "work family" since the day I started. I got to know the regular customers very well and that was a bonus to my every day. The only reason I chose to leave after two years was that I went back to school. They were very accommodating to my school schedule. However, I was offered a job within my future career as a disability support worker and sadly had to leave.
Cosmetic Merchandiser, Front end store Merchandiser/Cashier, OLG
Cosmetic Merchandiser, Front Store Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 7 December 2017
Stocked shelves, put up displays for Cosmetic Department, Cash and and shipping and receiving, facing shelves, food department pricing etc. Interacting with customers, helping and directing them lots of customer service.
Cashier/Supervisor/Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Lawrence and McCowan – 6 December 2017
I was young when I started working here and learned a lot about the business. I believe I was only here for less than two years when they asked me if I wanted to Supervise. I enjoyed it but wanted to experience something new. I went into merchandising and receiving and learned a great deal more!
Paid breaks, great christmas parties
Working till midnight until they changed the close time until 10, not feasible and shady characters
Pharmacy Assistant (Former Employee) – Duncan, BC – 5 December 2017
The Duncan Shoppers manager is very disrespectful. She talks down to you and constantly gives you attitude. Not a good place to work. She is the first to blame those under her when things go wrong. I have never worked for such a disrespectful person.
Pharmacy Assistant (Current Employee) – St. John's, NL – 4 December 2017
The hours were consistant and management had an open-door policy on questions and concerns. Salary was fair if on the low side. They offered skill advancing classes but there is not a lot of opportunity for advancement.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 4 December 2017
As a cashier, I dealt with lots of customers. I tend to organize and count my till as well as keep track of my lottery. I have also been trained in merchandising, which helps me understand where each product is, and learning to stock. Customers service would be my number one skill in this workplace. I highly enjoy the people I worked with and am excited to improve and enhance my previous position.