Nightcrew Grocery Clerk (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 12 August 2018
This is a place where i'm been working at night shift and it's very simple job to do , just fill the tablets with goods ,the most difficult task is sometimes the products is very heavy but you get help from others the management is quite good, you just do your job properly and the supervisor will not even to see what you are doing.
Warehouse Assembler (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 13 August 2018
Management doesn’t care about anything outside of the factory, my grandfather recently got sick and i needed time off and they had absolutely no sympathy and actually made me work instead of being at my grandfathers bedside with the rest of my family. All they care about is meeting quota. Would recommend this job if you love getting pushed around and like getting ignored by management. Most disrespectful work environment I’ve ever been in.
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 12 August 2018
Lots of deadlines, extremely fast paced with lots attention to ensuring the customer has been served in the most out standing way to ensure they feel they are number 1. Unionized organization which at times can hinder your hours of work. It's a very clique organization and at times fitting into the clique can be cumbersome.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Barrie, ON – 11 August 2018
loblaws is the best place I've worked so far. management is outstanding and treats customers and coworkers with respect. coworkers were also very respectful and everyone got along great which made the work day so much better.
Loss Prevention Representative (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 7 August 2018
Loss Prevention leadership was a issue for the majority of Loss Prevention Representitives. Also, there was a lot of turnover and not a tone of room to advance with low pay.
However, store level management was great! And it was also a great place to gain experience and I had the privilege of meeting many great people and develop a solid understanding of Security, safety and compliance which has helped me in my new role.
Janitor (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 3 August 2018
i look forward in going to work for u guys.great staff good benefits they go the extra mile was treated with respect.feel like family. my schedule was always consistent always loved working for u guys.
Hot Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – Kingston, NS – 30 July 2018
The morale is horrible at this store within the department. The actual department manager doesn't work this department so they have no idea how it works. Orders are barked by the backup manager too while she hides in the corner ignoring customers.Finally posting my review to hopefully deter people from getting trapped like the current employees. I hate shopping here for this reason.
Part-Time Cashier (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 30 July 2018
Within my two years of working here, I have noticed that a lot of the management members are passive aggressive (mainly the front end). They have switched my schedule many times with out informing me about the changes they have made. i was constantly being yelled at for simply doing my job not fast enough. It seems like they are more worried about how fast we serve our customers rather than their quality of service. Definitely will not be working here again.
Cashier/ Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 July 2018
I enjoyed working at Loblaw’s but I found that they wouldn’t accommodate me with my hours being a student at the time and that’s what ended ultimately ended my career there. The management we’re OK I only really ever is associated with my immediate manager which was the front store manager. The other managers were never seen they never talk to you
Was very busy and fun place to work
Would not accommodate the fact that I was a student with my hours
can be hard physical labour. You will be much more fit. your feet and hands will ache. The culture is what keeps the employees and you can move up
Warehouse Operator/ Assembler (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 25 July 2018
pay is decent but should be a bit more as the work can be very hard on the body and prone to injury. however there is a bonus system. Breaks are too short. If you like hard physical labour and are accustomed to it and much lifting and crouching to pick product is ok, don't mind repetitive work. Don't do it if you have problems with your wrists already. a reliable hard physical worker who doesn't miss work will succeed and move up into slightly less physical skilled positions here after about a year. The culture is amazing and makes work worth going too.
bonus system, culture great, opportunity for advancement, Ot
shifts seem long, breaks too short. hard on body, tiring