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King Soopers – Denver, CO
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King Soopers – Greeley, CO
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I worked at King Soopers part-time (More than 5 years)
This was a great place to meet different kinds of people both coworkers and customers. As a high school kid this felt like a second family for the first year and it was a place to learn about hard work and excellent customer service.
This was my first job at 17 and I worked at three different stores and it became miserable because management constantly changed. They rely way too much on seniority rather than quality of work. I worked with someone I trained after I got out of college and she had a bad attitude but yet she still works there and gets praised for being excellent even though she spends most of her time texting. You won't even get a pat on the back from this company no matter how hard you work. Go for management or don't stay too long because it takes over 1000 hours to get a 10 cent raise. You honestly are just another number to the company and management have favorites even when they claim they don't.
Advice to Management
Not to be rude but you might consider treating your good employees better and then you wouldn't have such a turnover rate. Also listen to complaints from all your employees because I left because of a hostile work environment with a head clerk who was constantly bullying me and management just ignored it. I would also recommend that you possibly consider promotions inside the store rather than hiring people off the street so that people have a motivation to work hard. I know that you're an equal opportunity employer but if people aren't doing what they are hired to do then get rid of them. Every time I go to a King Soopers store I almost always have to bag my own groceries because the courtesy clerks think that it is social hour with their friends. As a past employee and a long time customer this makes me want to shop at other stores where I can get quality customer service. Make it harder to get a job here rather than taking anyone who applies because it shows that you don't care about your employees.