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Flow Control Supervisor

Ralphs Grocery Company Compton, CA

include: providing timely, accurate data; monitoring and advising the synchronization of the flow of work, product and equipment from routing, to… Ralphs Grocery Company

30+ days ago

Pharmacy Technician

Ralphs Indio, CA

The primary purpose of this position is to assist the pharmacist to perform the necessary dispensing duties, under the supervision of a pharmacist… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Staff Pharmacist

Ralphs Marina del Rey, CA

The purposed of this position include, but are not limited to, dispensing, compounding, consulting on prescribed medications, drugs, and other… CareerBuilder

4 days ago

Customer Analyst

Ralphs Compton, CA

Assist in the implementation and coordination of the Division Loyalty Program that is in alignment with Customer 1st Business Strategy to create a… CareerBuilder

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    Current Employee - Combo Clerk  in  Fountain Valley, CA
    Current Employee - Combo Clerk in Fountain Valley, CA

    I have been working at Ralphs part-time for more than 3 years


    I absolutely love the people I work with. They're like family to me. If it weren't for them, I would've left years ago.


    You're so overworked, it's just ridiculous. And there's absolutely no room for growth. Don't even try to work there unless you're willing to sell your soul to a company that pays barely over minimum wage. They insist that there's flexible schedule so you can have a balance between work and life. No, there is absolutely no balance. You can ask for a day off, but they'll get mad and cut your hours because you aren't 'dedicated.' Even if it's for a valid reason. And don't even think about calling in sick unless you want to be yelled at over the phone and told to come in anyways. It's a lot of favoritism. The managers are cool people when they aren't on their power trips.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You need more incentives. I see people working so hard to make this company the best it can be, and they just get talked down too. Most of us have stopped caring. We need raises. We need better promotions. My store makes forecast almost everyday, and what do we get? Cut hours. Stop giving the managers these incentives when it's the employees on the floor and are the reason customers come back. We know these customers, we've built relationships with them. They come back for us, not the managers who screw everything up every time they come to the front end. Try showing your employees that you care.

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