Meijer Jobs in Washington Township, MI

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30+ days ago

Seasonal Holiday Hiring

Meijer Washington Township, 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

30+ days ago

Pharmacy Tech. - Entry Level 1 (Age 18) 26 Mile, Washington Twp

Meijer Washington Township, MI

Currently, Meijer is looking for an energetic Pharmacy Tech-Entry Level 1. The individual selected for this position will be responsible for… Meijer

30+ days ago

Bagger/Utility Worker - 26 Mile Rd, Washington Twp

Meijer Washington Township, MI

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

30+ days ago

Cashier (Age 18) - 26 Mile Rd - Washington Twp

Meijer Washington Township, MI

include: • Providing our customers with a quality shopping experience by making sure each customer leaves the store completely satisfied… Meijer

30+ days ago

Store Clerk - 26 Mile Rd Washington Twp

Meijer Washington Township, MI

Currently, Meijer is looking for friendly team members to work in a clean and safe environment focusing on efficiency, productivity and growth… Meijer

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    Former Employee - Grocery Stocker in Washington Township, MI
    Former Employee - Grocery Stocker in Washington Township, MI
    Doesn't Recommend
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    I worked at Meijer part-time


    There are a lot of great people working there, some of whom I will miss greatly. While customers are often problematic, seeing the regulars (the good ones) is actually pretty nice.


    Management is awful and constantly picks apart everyone's work just to find minor mistakes. There is very much a corporate 'fear culture' as well, where everyone is afraid to approach management for anything. Turnover rate is horrific; in six months they've gone through almost a hundred cashiers (no exaggeration). Many new employees don't even last a day, and many stores are very understaffed. Workload is ridiculous, especially since they're now at the absolute bottom of the pay scale within the industry. Pay is minimum wage, and corporate has no intentions of changing that. Union membership is generally required, and dues eat into already meager wages. The union itself (UFCW) is absolutely worthless, and it pretty much exists as a glorified extortion racket. Systems such as stocking quotas add an incredible amount of stress. The tracking system isn't even being used properly (by their own admission!), and the numbers they expect are simply ridiculous and nigh unattainable when time spent helping customers and conditioning shelves is taken into account. Overtime is often mandatory, and the company expects you to put your job above everything else, including family. Much of the time notification for expected overtime is given a half hour before shift end. Exceptions are not given for those who may have had prior plans; said plans must be changed to accommodate the overtime. Their disciplinary 'point' system is incredibly unfair and clearly designed by managers who don't want to manage. Absences always result in points, regardless of the reason. Cat died? Too bad, point. Spent the day in the ER being treated for blood loss? Too bad, point. Mother in the hospital? Too bad, point. Sick / personal days simply don't exist. Many more exist...

    Advice to Management

    Stop treating employees like they're lazy, and nit-picking everything apart. Calling meetings and telling employees they're terrible at their jobs, then expecting them to be happy and friendly to customers isn't the way to manage people, not even close. Either utilize the ticket system properly, adjust the quota to a realistic amount, or stop using it entirely. It makes people feel they have to rush, which means quality of work and customer service will suffer. Stop scapegoating the rank and file instead of actually fixing problems. When the turnover rate is so high, existing employees are walking out in groups, and new people often don't even last a day, it's a pretty good sign that there's something seriously wrong with your management style. Learn to take criticism, and actually LISTEN to your employees. Turning around and walking away when employees are trying to speak with you about work-related issues solves nothing, as does hanging up on them when they call for clarification on instructions. Finally, stop putting people into positions which they obviously aren't qualified for.

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