Good People, poor everything else
This is a company that has built a reputation on educating customers about health and wellness, and exceptional employee treatment. Unfortunately, this could not be further from the truth. The reality is that this company is no different than any other grocery store, aside from the fact that they offer healthier options on the shelves. There are no employee reviews, so they rarely hand out raises, and if you do request a raise, you'll likely be given a 1% raise, which equals to around an additional 20 cents per hour. Supervisors make roughly a dollar more per hour than even the newest cashiers, and the company does not value longevity or experience whatsoever. No employee incentives are presented to make you want to get better at your job, and new employees are barely trained and subsequently thrown to the wolves with little education about the products being sold in the store. The mentality being told to employees is that if you don't want to do your job, someone else will do it. This company is all smoke and mirrors, and is not what you think it is. If you're a student looking for a stepping stone job, this could be the job for you. For anyone else, trust me, save yourself the frustration and look elsewhere.