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7 days ago

Produce Manager

Earth Fare Huntsville, AL

include adhering to the department's Standard Operating Procedures; meeting and exceeding financial goals including gross profit, shrink, sales… Earth Fare

14 days ago

Specialty Clerk - Part Time

Earth Fare Huntsville, AL

The Specialty Clerk is responsible for upholding Earth Fare’s Vision, Mission, Declaration and Customer Service Creed, while adhering to the… Earth Fare

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    I have been working at Earth Fare full-time (More than a year)


    20% discount on everything but alcohol. Although if you're a smart shopper, you'll learn that, even with the discount, you can get most things cheaper in other grocery stores around town,


    Earth Fare Huntsville keeps about 60 people on staff at all times. Earth Fare Huntsville hires about 200 people every year. I've been there for two years, and I've seen so many new faces working there, I eventually just stopped talking to new people, because they aren't going to be there long. Meat department, wellness, and specialty are the best jobs there, and that's the main reason why I stuck around so long. But people in cashiers, grocery, and especially bakery and produce are demanded so much work for so little money, that it's no wonder the average employee lasts 4 months at most. For every year you work there, you're only guaranteed, at most, a 3% raise; that means if you're hired on at $8.50/hr, like a was, in 6 years, you'll make $10/hr, if you have no write-ups, which management actively looks to hand out. You are expected to always be doing something to benefit the sales of the store at all times; there is no socializing, laughably short breaks, no overtime, and poor training (mainly because management gets tired of teaching hundreds of people the same job every year). I just recently worked 90 hours over two weeks and was paid $650.

    Advice to Management

    Come up with a concrete new-hire-pay system, so people that have been working there for 4 years aren't paid less then new-hires with less experience and education. I was hired on with multiple associates degrees and 6 years sales experience at $8.50 an hour. I've worked there for two years, and still make the same money; I just recently had a conversation with a pretty, blonde, new-hire cashier with none of the education or experience, and she makes $10 an hour.

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