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27 days ago

Assistant Store Manager Trainee

Food Lion Elizabeth City, NC

of the Store Manager when he or she is not present. Responsible for assisting the Store Manager with the day-to-day operations of the entire store… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

FT Produce Associate

Food Lion Elizabeth City, NC

of this position will contribute to and enhance achievement of proper Produce conditions. Responsible for maintaining standards according to the… Glassdoor


27 days ago

FT Head Grocery Associate

Food Lion Williamston, NC

Job Title: FT Head Grocery Associate - Food Lion Job Location: Job Duties: Assist the Grocery Sales Manager in providing quality customer service to… Glassdoor


1 day ago

FT Frozen Food/Dairy Associate – new

Food Lion Williamston, NC

of this position will contribute to and ensure achievement of proper Frozen Food/Dairy conditions. Responsible for maintaining standards according to… Glassdoor


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    Decent starter job, but there's way better options.

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    Current Employee - Dairy Associate  in  Essex, MD
    Current Employee - Dairy Associate in Essex, MD

    I have been working at Food Lion part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Good people and work environment. Comfortable around co-workers and customers. Work can be somewhat interesting sometimes. As the dairy associate, I get to stay cool on hotter days throughout the year.

    Cons

    Hard work and individual effort isn't recognized, which in turn leads to never getting a raise or the pay you deserve. Management isn't the most considerate.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Instead of yearly raises set at a certain rate for everyone, how about look at everyone's individual work and effort and base their raise and pay on that. I've been working as a dairy associate for a almost 2 years now, giving 100% work effort, and I'm making the same amount of money as one of my co-workers who hasn't been there not even a year, doesn't work as hard as me, and comes in and doesn't do anything.

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