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7 days ago

013 - 5010 - GROCERY STOCK CLERK

Harris Teeter Concord, NC

Primary responsibility is to Take Excellent Care Of Our Customers by satisfying each customer's needs and exceeding their expectations. This requires… CareerBuilder


7 days ago

021 - 5800 - 3RD SHIFT U-SCAN CASHIER

Harris Teeter Durham, NC

Primary responsibility is to Take Excellent Care Of Our Customers by satisfying each customer's needs, exceeding their expectations, and making every… CareerBuilder


11 hrs ago

Part Time 3rd Shift Grocery Stock Clerk - Mountain Island Marketplace – new

Harris Teeter Charlotte, NC

Primary responsibility is to Take Excellent Care Of Our Customers by satisfying each customer's needs and exceeding their expectations. This requires… Snagajob


5 days ago

GROCERY STOCK CLERK- 2ND SHIFT- PARK SELWYN TERRACE

Harris Teeter Charlotte, NC

Primary responsibility is to Take Excellent Care Of Our Customers by satisfying each customer's needs and exceeding their expectations. This requires… Snagajob


6 days ago

Part Time Cashier - Cannon Crossroads

Harris Teeter Concord, NC

Primary responsibility is to Take Excellent Care Of Our Customers by satisfying each customer's needs, exceeding their expectations, and making every… Snagajob


6 days ago

Part Time Cashier - Sardis Crossing

Harris Teeter Charlotte, NC

Primary responsibility is to Take Excellent Care Of Our Customers by satisfying each customer's needs, exceeding their expectations, and making every… Snagajob


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    High-End Grocery Store That Has World Class Expectations Of Employees While Paying Sub-Middle Class Wages

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    • Work/Life Balance
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    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Third Shift Stocker  in  Charlotte, NC
    Current Employee - Third Shift Stocker in Charlotte, NC

    I have been working at Harris Teeter full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    +Company Profit Sharing and Medical Plans even for part-time employees, something that I have never seen elsewhere.
    +Promotes positive attitudes among employees and emphasizes customer service
    +Great stability and company growth
    +Allows "empowerment" to its employees in being able to solve customer service issues without micro-management
    +Has a consistent organized structure that allows transferred employees to easily acclimate to new stores

    Cons

    --Embarrassingly low pay. Despite being a renowned grocer on the echelon of Wegman's, Publix, and Market Basket, Harris Teeter's pay rate is significantly lower, on par with chains like Food Lion. I once applied to transfer to another store that would allow me to work 3rd Shift, and despite the hiring manager and I having an instant rapport, he balked at paying my "high" rate of 9.50/hr, saying that most of his full-time 3rd shift stockers were in the range of about 8.00/hr.
    How can anyone make a living on that kind of salary? Especially after the deduction of medical benefits and taxes?
    Embarrassing.
    --Shamelessly anti-union, although that's to be expected of a company headquartered in the most union-unfriendly state in the union. It's made worse however by the fact it has a reputation of offering "generous" benefits to its employees.
    --Blatant cronyism in terms of store management. Terrible store and department managers are either protected (if they are in with the right people) or shuffled around until they are frustrated enough to quit. In meanwhile, the employees under them are made to suffer under these petty despots.
    Being a good-looking blonde woman is a fast-track to upper management even if you have the worst personality or have absolutely no idea how to do your job.
    --Store management will never, ever take the side of an employee against a manager unless you somehow have immaculate evidence that even Batman couldn't find a flaw with.
    --Many store managers are far more absorbed in their own bonuses and advancement in the company than anything else at all dealing with their own store, company, or employees.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't forget that your workers are customers as well--your most IMPORTANT customers.
    If you actually treated your employees as well as you do your other customers, HT would be the best retail chain in America.

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