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22 hrs ago

Cashier – new

Giant Eagle, Inc. Erie, PA

Maintain cleanliness of equipment, floor (to ensure safety), and sanitation regulations are met. The primary responsibility is to maintain store to… Percipio Media

22 hrs ago

Bakery Clerk – new

Giant Eagle, Inc. Edinboro, PA

Provide exemplary customer service by greeting customers in the department and ensuring they are able to locate the products they are looking for… Percipio Media

1 day ago

PharmacyTechProbationaryPT – new

Giant Eagle Erie, PA

• Immediately acknowledge and welcome patients with compassion and a smile at all pharmacy entry points. • Model excellent patient care by… Giant Eagle

16 hrs ago

Night Crew Team Leader - H – new

Giant Eagle Girard, PA

• Schedule Team Members and delegate work assignments to the needs of the business and in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement (where… Giant Eagle

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Giant Eagle CEO Laura Karet
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119 Ratings

    Management needs reviewed

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    Former Employee - Stock Clerk in Erie, PA
    Former Employee - Stock Clerk in Erie, PA

    I worked at Giant Eagle part-time (more than 3 years)


    They do have an excellent benefits package that they offer to their part-time employees. Flexible schedule and the job is not very stressful to do.


    Pay is pretty sub-standard and they cut out their maintenance department to save a little money....which puts the responsibility on other workers to clean up messes. Also, I am not a huge fan of the finger scanner as a means to using their time clock, what is so wrong with a badge? Why do I need to submit intrusive information about myself just to punch in for work?

    The management seems to be lost most of the time, except for maybe a one or two. They are quick to go around and blame someone for something when they have no evidence that said person did anything. Favoritism is apart of the culture at this grocery store.

    You know a company and management is pretty much lost when in their own orientation, they pretty much admit to copying another stores practices (Wegmans) to try and make it onto Forbes 100 best places to work. That will not happen with the management that they install to run stores. Even their new stores that they are currently building have the same layout design as Wegmans stores. C'mon guys!

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    Hire back you maintenance department to keep the store clean and friendly. And start another (new) management training program or something to get these guys to be more efficient and more encouraging to their subordinates.

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