Loblaw
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15 questions about Working Culture at Loblaw
Worked at the South Surrey warehouse for 4 years. They just have unreasonable quotas you have to hit. Slugging 50lb wonky bags of onions and having to pick 20-30 of them at time and only getting 20 mins to finish that 3 pallet order is too tight. The management mocks you for getting hurt. And when you need a supervisor you have to go the shipping office and ask the overwhelmed Shipping clerk to fetch one. Plus we had two known cases of Covid Recently and the response was very poor We were forced back to work and the place wasn’t deep cleaned at all. There is a reason why it is easy to get hired.
Answered 16 March 2017
Sore feet and ears
Answered 25 February 2017
Better than working at a fast food restaurant
Answered 24 March 2017
Repetitive, stressful and overwhelming
Answered 23 July 2017
All employees are scared of the store manager at the Delta location as she is a Tyrant yelling and swearing at her staff......do not apply for a job at that location you will regret it later....You have been warned!!
Answered 24 June 2017
A good place
Answered 6 November 2018
Nice people there.
Answered 20 October 2017
fast-paced and high pressure
Answered 11 March 2019
Not enough staff or hours to get what they require done
Answered 4 October 2018
Never knowing what day you will have off or if your schedule will change last minute.
Answered 26 January 2019
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