What is it like to work at Save on Foods?

3.5Work/Life Balance
3.3Job Security/Advancement
Managers are hit and miss, and always rotate, and you will never move up unless you have some sort of degree in management
Written by Cashier (Former Employee) from Victoria, BC on 31 May 2018
There is little room in moving up, and you MUST have a degree in management to ever become one. There is little respect for school after around 5 months on the job, and you will be required to work 16 hour minimum every week, even if your school schedule barely allows it. Managers are always rotating, so even if you get used to one friendly one, they - more ... will eventually leave. Pay increases by a few cents every increase, so don't expect to be making a noticeable amount more then when you first started. There is also a union that provides benefits. - less
ProsUsually free food on break room table, mostly fruit
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