Save On Foods
Happiness score is 53 out of 100
3.4 out of 5 stars.
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6 questions about Working Culture at Save On Foods
They don't like hiring new people because it takes hours away from other people, so they tend to be low on staff because people get tired of working there and call in sick. And when they are understaffed the pressure is really on those who actually are reliable and show up to work and it just feels like you work harder than most people for little result.
Answered 6 January 2019
Very fast paced
Answered 5 November 2018
Very friendly co-workers, everyone is super kind.
Answered 18 September 2017
Standing for long periods at a time, low pay, management that doesn’t care but co workers are pretty nice. Mostly because we all know what we are going through together.
Answered 12 September 2017
80% full benefits for those working 24-40hrs a week. Medical, dental, vision.
Answered 30 May 2017
Busy environment/ very good reputation/ I saw worker enjoyed their job
Answered 11 April 2017
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