Save On Foods
Happiness score is 56 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Darrell Jones, President
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  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Grocery Stores
  • Headquarters
    19855-92A Avenue Langley...
  • Link
    Save On Foods website
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Grocery Clerk in Edmonton, AB
on 14 August 2022
Worked there part time during university and I appreciated that management was able to adapt to my schedule changes. Coworkers were generally nice, but the work was boring and repetitive
Front end specialist in St. Albert, AB
on 14 August 2022
Happy environment
Feels family. Everyone nice. easy job. Very accommodating in schedules. Good communication. They are easy to talk with and any concerns they value your voice. They give events like picnic for employees and also Free lunches on sale day.
Bakery Clerk in Port Alberni, BC
on 13 August 2022
Very bad
Seems like the lack of training time/days for bakery is not enough if they complain about 4 burnt pies on your second day by yourself. Had to take time off because I thought I had covid symptoms in my 3rd week their, and when I came back people complained about my need for time off, as well as 4 burnt pies, and my requisition for more training.
Cashier in Port Alberni, BC
on 10 August 2022
Friendly Staff and Management
Lots of help from co-workers for new hires. I loved it there. I worked there a short time and had to leave due to a family crisis. I was sad to go. I don't think I've ever said that about any other job :)
General Clerk in Prince Rupert, BC
on 10 August 2022
Incredibly stressful, complicated and a huge waste of time and effort
started as a fun enjoyable experience, coworkers and management quickly made the work environment incredibly stressful. Took a huge toll on my mental health working here for 3 months, was always receiving criticism from management even though they had me scheduled constantly. On top of being overworked they didn’t have proper training for any of the departments they had dragged me into, I had initially applied for overnight general clerk but was hired for daytime general clerk. Was told once I had received enough training on til I could be moved to overnight, about a month in and still hadn’t received any overnight shifts. Then I was placed in price change, was told if I received enough training I’d get earlier shifts. Not long after that I was shoved into the ecomm department, trained by 3 different people for my first couple of days. 3rd person to train me didn’t even acknowledge me, and was willing to pile her work onto me every shift because the department isn’t properly managed. was told again that once I was trained enough on ecomm I could finally be placed on graveyard shifts, two months later I had to hand in my two weeks because I could no longer take the stress of working at Save On, along with a note from my psychiatrist telling them for the sake of my mental health I needed to be placed on night shifts or scheduled very little for the remainder of my two weeks. Got a call from the store manager that was all too happy to tell me that I won’t be scheduled at all, and I won’t be receiving pay for the rest of my time at Save On Foods.

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Process takes about a day or two

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What do you think makes a good team? What do you know about Save On Foods? What does great customer service mean to you? Do you have experience working in a team?

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Shared on 5 April 2018

They wanted to know more about you as a person, and of course your skills and qualifications. They wanted to know the hours/days you could work as well.

Shared on 30 January 2018

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