Remark Fresh Markets
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Remark Fresh Markets Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Food Service
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Deli Clerk in London, ON
on 25 January 2021
It is a job
Basic retail/service sort of job. If you like an active job that almost always has something for you to do with varied tasks, it is quite good. Yes, for this type of job it is a good place. The workers are typically nice and good to work with, personality-wise. There is an understanding atmosphere whether or not you "fit in". They are willing to switch shifts. Management is understanding with requesting days off for doctor appointments or other things, as long as your request before the schedule is made. Schedules are typically out Monday for the next week (unless there is a holiday, then maybe 2-3 weeks advance), so there is not much notice of when you work and it will be difficult juggling another job with inconsistent days."Customer-focused" is extreme here. Cleaning (filthy) machines so that someone's turkey isn't covered in roast beef goop does not count as a customer-focused activity. Similar things that are definitely for the customers' benefit also don't count: filling the self-serve cooler, sanitizing the things a hundred customers have touched, putting meats away so they dont gather bacteria, etc. The only customer focus is at the counter helping customers. Personally, I prefer holistic customer service, not this shallow sort of approach, but this is how it is.Scheduling is random, even for full timers. No set days off and no set shift. Full time DOES get 40 hours, however. Part time might get shafted working the minimum allowed per week, but it really depends on your availability; if your schedule is open, you will probably get more hours.There is onsite parking Monday-Wednesday and reserved offsite parking (a little far away) the rest of the days. Days around holidays will have you offsite regardless.There is no room for growth. No supervisor positions, just management that would only be reached if the current retires and you've been there a decade or something. Full timers often have a supervisory role in opening or closing, managing the other workers and making sure tasks are done, holding responsibility for this. They may receive a (variable, paltry) raise for this, but no title that you could put on your resume.The real issues comes with favouritism toward people that have worked there a while-- they are not under the scrutiny of management and therefore get away with things or not doing things. Similarly, students/part timers seem to have less expectation placed on them and are allowed to do mediocre work... or worse. Critique/issues with you that come out depending on how severe the manager feels that day or you; someone else may not even get a remark about the exact same thing the next day. It is a strange work culture dynamic/management system and the inconsistency of treatment may leave you confused and suffering mentally. It is difficult/ impossible to approach these issues.I hope this helps someone decide whether this job is right for them.
Front End Cashier in London, ON
on 9 May 2021
East job, horrible management
Coworkers are fun and nice & it’s an easy job being a cashier. but the management is god awful in all departments of the store. pay is horrible & you never get a raise. managers are always on a power trip and treat employees horribly. same with the owners. made amazing friends with my coworkers, but wouldn’t recommend working there unless you want to cry in the bathroom everyday & then get yelled at for being in the bathroom too long
Stock Clerk in Windsor, ON
on 12 January 2021
Great bosses, stellar environment
If you like quality products and good people, you'll enjoy this job. Managers tend to accommodate sensitive schedules pretty fairly. The work is also very straighforward in most cases. Go for it!
Cashier in Windsor, ON
on 28 November 2020
Don't work here
Management is a joke. Hours based on how much your manager likes you. No time for life outside of work. Very gossipy even at management level. Very stressful work environment.
Butcher/Meat Packer/Customer Service in Windsor, ON
on 20 January 2020
The most enjoyable part of the job is the costumers
The job is pretty easy and steady costumers are easily understandable. Hours are reasonable and they try to work with your every day life. The employees are easy to get along with

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