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I worked at Safeway full-time (more than 8 years)Pros
I worked there full time for almost 10 years. For the first 3 years or so, it wasn't so bad. Management was fair, and I learned some valuable job skills.Cons
Oooooh boy. Management are a bunch of sociopaths. If they don't like you for some mysterious reason known only to them(personal reasons, usually. If it's work related, they'll talk to you about it) they're going to go out of their way to make sure that you have the most miserable and humiliating work experience possible just to make you quit.
Can't work a certain day of the week because you have school? Too bad, you're being scheduled to work anyway. Not "buddies" with the right managers? Well prepare to be harassed, picked on, have your paycheck sent 90 miles away, and be transferred to a store a hundred miles from your house.
Because of the harassment from this company, I'm now in massive credit card debt due to travel expenses, got evicted, almost lost my car, and was so stressed out on the job that the anxiety is permanent.
Worst part is...I can't even sue them because what they did to me, and what they're still doing to employees, either can't be proved or is technically legal. Immoral and evil? Oh yes.Advice to ManagementAdvice
There are too many of you and you're grossly overpaid for what you do. I've seen PICs sit in the manager's office texting all day. Your departments and front end are woefully understaffed. Firing and finding conniving ways to get rid of employees with high seniority just so you can hire low-wage mooks that are just going to quit in 2 weeks anyway.
Stop treating your employees, and by definition your customers, like trash.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO