Casual clothing. nothing very fancy.
Answered - Grocery Stocker (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON
business ( for head office )
Answered - Shipper/Receiver (Former Employee) - Milton, ON
White shirt black pants
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON
Casual, but appropriate clothes.
Answered - Front End Cashier (Former Employee) - Grimsby, ON
Proper interview attire. Well dressed and presentable.
Answered - Deli Clerk (PT) (Former Employee) - Elmsdale, NS
Formal wear, but not a full suit
Answered - Produce Clerk (Part-time) (Former Employee) - Sherwood Park, AB
Business casual/ casual
Answered - Produce distribution technician (Current Employee) - Calgary, AB
Nice shirt and jeans
Answered - Material Handler / Fork lift operator (Current Employee) - Whitby, ON
Answered - CASHIER-CUSTOMER SERVICE-COURTESY (Former Employee) - Fort McMurray, AB
Be professional and casual, no big lot of jewlery, well groomed, no nail polish and no parfume or cologne, allergies are a big thing in supermarkets
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - St. John's, NL