Cashier (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 24 March 2017
I learned to work fast and efficiently, while maintaining knowledge of the latest products. I handled customer complaints and requests in a professional manner. I worked within a team or independently with minimal supervision. I made sure the store cash financials balanced and paperwork were in place every night. A typical day at work involved me being on retail, going for my 15 minute break and continuing retail or doing put-aways. I enjoyed the structure of my shift, however: I did wish for more interaction between co-workers to gain feelings of closeness, enjoyment, motivation, improvement and to make work feel less like work. Overall, I learned a lot and gained many skills while working at Superstore.
Holidays were celebrated during breaks in the Lunch room, professional, and good benefits.
Short hours, short breaks, not enough interactions between co-workers.
Personal Shopper (Current Employee) – Medicine Hat, AB – 19 March 2017
This is definitely a job for me. Very fast paced, heavy lifting, and team cooperation is required. A day at work includes picking groceries and bringing them out to the customers car. I've learned more about customer service, and managing a till. I've also been able to learn about produce, what is good for the customer and what is not. Time management has a huge part in Click and Collect. The hardest part of this job is when my manager puts one of us on alone, because it is extremely hard to do anything in that department alone. But the most enjoyable part is that we never stop moving, and are always busy.
Replenishment Clerk (Former Employee) – Stony Plain, AB – 8 March 2017
Four to eight hour shifts. Colleagues are helpful. Hardest part of the job is remembering where products are. The most enjoyable part of the job is meeting people and helping customers find what they need.
Superstore was a real life changing place for me. Other then bad a bad manager the place was really great. The colleagues were nice and the work wasn't to strenuous. Overall nice place. Enjoyed my time there.
Stock Clerk (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 27 September 2016
Bring out jacks and pallets, work spread stock I learned to speak your mind, work hard get the job done Management is fair and can usually work around conflict in schedules You get to meet co-workers from all over the world, and learn a little of their languages and customs The best part of the job is everyone working hard for a common goal of making the store a great place for our employees and customers
There are many benefits and chances at moving into different departments
produce (Former Employee) – 215 st annes rd – 13 September 2016
i would come in to work first off. I would sign in then i either went to my manager to see what i had to do that day or there was a list of things to do at night. some of the managers were better then others. same with the coworkers some were cool others not so much. the hardest part would have to be the condencing some days it was a total nightmare. the most enjoyable part would be the slower days.
Bakery Clerk (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 7 September 2016
As a former employee I loved the workplace environment. The workers would help each other in need. The manager of the Bakery unit is very understanding. Working there was great, working among customers was the best part of the job.
Awesome team of coworkers, good supervisor. Management and coworkers were awesome, really enjoyed going to work. I learned the ropes fast by asking a lot of questions when I started and during my training. I was eager to learn. Hardest part of the job was getting use to working nights regularly. Although I did enjoy working nights because I didnt have to deal with customers. I was able to do my job while listening to my ipod, which made the shifts go by fast.