Choices Markets
Happiness score is 72 out of 100
3.6 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Link
    Choices Markets website
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Food Preparation & Service

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 74 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Cashier in commercial drive
on 18 February 2022
Okay place to work
People are really really fun and nice, only get a 10% discount, very strict corporate management (strict uniforms and breaktimes), and some rumours of covering up SA. Depressing breakroom.
Grocery Clerk in White Rock, BC
on 24 March 2022
Decent place to work
Decent, not the best grocery company but not the worst, lots of cool products on shelf but extremely expensive which makes it hard for people to want to shop there
Meat Cutter in Vancouver, BC
on 19 March 2022
terrible company to work for
look elsewhere for employment, no raise in 6 months, very poor management, extremely unorganized store, asbestos under the tiles that have simply taped over, overall terrible experience, would not recommend unless it’s your very first job in Canada, so you can see what the bottom of the barrel looks likedefinitely better ways to make your minimum wage
Clerk in Abbotsford, BC
on 9 March 2022
The Abbotsford location is horrible and has a terrible store manager. He is rude and talks down to his employees.
Never ever work at Choices it's a cheap company that doesn't care about it's employees and management is awful. Also if you ask for a raise they will tell you they can't afford it! They will overwork you to the point of exhaustion then make you feel bad when you finally say no to unpaid overtime. You're expected to work with broken equipment and supplies and then if you ask for safer equipment you'll be told it's broken because you're not using it properly even though it's already broken! Don't expect to get ANY training either! You get maybe 4 hours of training at the most then you're on your own and expected to know everything. If you're asking for a full time job at Choices you won't get it either, they will keep you at 28-32 hours or even less so they don't have to pay you any benefits.
Wellness Consultant in South Surrey, BC
on 30 January 2022
Very poor management, but learned a lot about health products.
Had monthly trainings from at least 4 different companies each month which was amazing, learned a lot about health products plus we got lots of samples. Management wasn't the best: they had mood swings and we would get the brunt of it, manager lost temper a few times and would yell at us, many coworkers were brought to tears. There needed to be more collaboration and communication. Training on store procedures was very poor. Pay is not a living wage considering all the studying/training we go through to give customers good advice. The store discount is 10% which is absolute nonsense.

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