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2 days ago

Bakery Clerk - 34835 Utica Rd – new

Meijer Fraser, MI

include: • Possessing a sense of urgency and comfort level to be able to work in a fast paced environment • Building rapport with customers… Meijer


20 days ago

Night Store Line Leader - US Highway 6

Meijer Portage, IN

include: • Supporting achievement of sales, shrink and margin (P&L) throughout the store through execution of the Merchandising plan and for… Meijer


26 days ago

HR Shared Services Relocation Analyst

Meijer Grand Rapids, MI

include: • Primarily responsible for initiating and coordinating all new hires and transfers eligible for relocation with the TPA, both… Meijer


23 days ago

Produce Specialty Clerk- Alexis Road

Meijer Toledo, OH

include: • Possessing a sense of urgency and comfort level to be able to work in a fast paced environment • Building rapport with customers… Meijer


23 days ago

Bagger/Utility Worker - W Central Ave

Meijer Toledo, OH

include: • Greeting and assisting customers in the front area of the store • Maintaing safety and cleanliness of entry ways or floors… Meijer


22 days ago

Gas Station Clerk

Meijer Coldwater, MI

include: • Possessing a sense of urgency and comfort level to be able to work in a fast paced environment • Building rapport with customers… Meijer


5 days ago

Bakery Clerk (Age 18) - 28th St. & Kalamazoo Ave

Meijer Grand Rapids, MI

include: • Possessing a sense of urgency and comfort level to be able to work in a fast paced environment • Building rapport with customers… Meijer


23 days ago

Cake Decorator - College Ave

Meijer Normal, IL

include: • Managing cake outdates daily • Receiving and processing cake orders • Managing cake and icing inventory • Managing cake… Meijer


23 days ago

Receiving Clerk Route 34

Meijer Oswego, IL

Thank you for your interest in this position. There may not be current openings for this position at this time. By submitting an application to this… Meijer


23 days ago

Meat Processor/Cutter - Meijer Drive

Meijer Rolling Meadows, IL

include: • Assisting in the writing of fresh meat orders • Organizing and checking in fresh meat deliveries • Maintaining a positive… Meijer


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  1. 2 people found this helpful  

    Coworkers are great, but the rest of the experience is lacking.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Photo Lab Team Member, E4 Team Member
    Current Employee - Photo Lab Team Member, E4 Team Member

    I have been working at Meijer part-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Great coworkers who feel like family. You don't get written up for taking longer lunches. Some of the team leaders (mine included) are very easy to work with on issues that pop up during the day. You usually get days you want off if they're requested in time.

    Cons

    Ultra-depressing environment on certain days makes you feel like you're working a funeral. Having fun is discouraged, even though Meijer prides itself on being a "fun place to work". Most team leaders make you feel like a total idiot for the littlest of mistakes. Corporate has absolutely no clue when it comes to how individual stores should run. Always short-staffed, which puts a ton of undue stress on a person if they end up having to run an entire side of the store without help. The word "team" in "team member" has no meaning because you're often thrown into situations where you need to be in about 5 departments at once to help customers, and a majority of team leaders refuse to help when asked because they think your job is beneath them. If you fail a secret shop because one of Meijer's glorious secret shoppers falsifies something on their report (which has happened in our store as recently as a day ago), you get points on your work performance record even though you did everything right.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Have more people scheduled every shift. Customers are getting VERY upset at us because of the staffing levels, but we can't do anything about it. You think friendliness is the answer to all the problems, yet nobody can consciously focus on being friendly when all we can think about is how we're going to deal with the next customer's rant when we finally get to the department where they need help.

    MAKE STORES SCHEDULE MORE CASHIERS. I can't make this clearer. This is Meijer's big problem. Not enough cashiers mean GM gets pulled to run lane. GM getting pulled means no red shirts in GM. No red shirts in GM means customers get mad, locked "high value" product doesn't get sold because there's nobody to unlock cases or locking pegs, and the "availability to assist" scores tank on the survey. Scores tanking on the survey means no incentive check. I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but part of me thinks they do this so they don't have to pay out incentive. Either way, management still gets their bonuses...and for what--horrible scheduling? Doesn't seem right to me.

    Change the idiotic standards for secret shops. I know someone who worked for the company for almost 15 years who got fired because they forgot to suggest an extra deli product to a secret shopper. Meanwhile, people who have helped customers steal or have stolen from the company themselves still have jobs. This alone shows how far off upper management's priorities are.

    Last but not least, let the individual stores decide how to operate instead of dictating unattainable standards from your cozy office in Michigan. Our store's cultural and financial outlook have been wildly-destroyed over the last few years thanks to corporate's goals. Greet each customer 40 times? Are you kidding me? If you want to annoy your customers right out the door, then keep that terrible idea rolling. You'll see sales plummet even further as customers flock to stores that don't pester them every 45 seconds with pleas to help them find what they need. There is helpful, and then there's what we do at Meijer.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO