M&M Food Market Employee Reviews
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If you are a student looking for a part time job, taking a gap year to earn money, or someone who just wants a job to pay for an apartment, then M&M is worth an application. You are expected to talk with the customers and purpose new meal ideas. You need to keep the shelves stocked and to put away the delivery. You are expected to be able to work independently and with your co-workers to solve problems. This is not a job where you are randomly fired so the only time you will be let go is if you were perpetually not getting along or interacting with the customers, if you were disrespecting the managers or your co-workers, or if you were simply sitting on your butt staring at your phone all day. Basically, if you are actually putting in any effort then you are good. Be warned, you will probably never get a raise and though there are some employee incentives M&M and there are really nice people, you are never going to afford that mansion or Ferrari. This is a good dead-end-job-minimum-wage-job but it is still a dead-end-minimum-wage-job.
Discount on food. Really easy to request days off except around Christmas. Lots of independent, unsupervised work.
Lots of freezer work
Would not recommend working there unless you like dealing with petty squabbles and being talked down to. Expectations are high for sales considering you don’t get any commission and it’s a frozen food store.
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A good job overall. Personal experience depends on what store you get hired in as it is a franchise so different owners manage differently. Job isn't difficult, very sales and customer service orientated and up-selling is key. Gets very cold as freezer work is required and the repetitive lifting of heavy boxes causes need for regular chiropractic and massage therapy care. There is an insurance program if you work 30 hours a week but it doesn't cover vision. Coworkers and manager are great, my boss did their best to always meet the teams needs and schedules.
Not very hard to work here. As long as you have good customer service, are capable of learning item locations and knowing the right products to help families you're all good. It's a little chilly but overall a good place. Would be better if there was more hours available.
Overall a very good franchise overall. The food is of a high quality and any problems are handled fairly and easily. Working in the freezer was not fun however but as long as you dress appropriately it is not too bad.
M&M or at least the store i work at is very laid back. we are one of the busiest stores in Canada but they are very understanding, but if you continue to mess up they will try to help you and if you dont get your stuff together they will fire you
Able to accommodate many life styles an assist others while employing them with a job that makes life fun. The job allows freedom while there is downtime and the worker is caught up on duties to help others if needed.
Fun and Free workplace
I loved my manager, she was amazing. The head office I need a higher level of communication with staff. The hardest part would be customers since it is a retail job and since the company is going through changes keeping up with these changes can be difficult.