Pharmacist, Floater – new
Safeway Inc. – Seattle, WA
The Floater Pharmacist works under the direction of the Pharmacy Manager to assist in pharmacy operations by supporting the mission, vision, and… Safeway Inc.
Safeway Inc. – Bellevue, WA
• Examines and prioritizes documents to determine work to be completed or best course of action. • Collects information for specific… Safeway Inc.
Bread Plant Supervisor – new
Safeway, Inc. – Bellevue, WA
Supply Operations Bellevue Bread Plant located in Bellevue, Washington has an opening for a Plant Supervisor that will also assume Shipping… Safeway, Inc.
Safeway, Inc. – Kirkland, WA
As a primary contact for Safeway customers, the Frozen Food Manager provides friendly, courteous, and helpful service. Trains, supervises, schedules… Safeway, Inc.
Safeway Inc. – Newcastle, WA
The Pharmacy Manager works under the direction of the Regional Pharmacy Manager to assist in pharmacy operations by supporting the mission, vision… Safeway Inc.
Safeway, Inc. – Newcastle, WA
The Pharmacist works under the direction of the Pharmacy Manager to assist in pharmacy operations by supporting the mission, vision, and values of… Safeway, Inc.
Safeway Inc. – Renton, WA
• Provide customer service as currently defined by the employer within the scope of the position and within company policy. • Verify information for… Safeway Inc.
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I have been working at Safeway part-time (more than 10 years)Pros
Solid management tiers, providing great resources.
Union backed, providing job security, a safety net, and a fantastic alternative source of communication and answers.
Union also provides an alternative which can work with HR in order to resolve most issues quickly and efficiently.
Solid pay scales, though they have been lengthened by recent contracts, it allows to climb up to better wages.
An endless source of understanding to grow ones patience.Cons
Customers have a habit of being rough, and can treat employees very harshly for little to no reason.
Management can be over-stressed and over-worked, and create a hostile work place.
The positive aspects of the store are almost entirely based upon the communication and attitude of the management.
Shoplifting and theft at many stores is a constant, and can be... disheartening.
Pay raises do exist, but they can take a long time to get through unless you get promoted to a P.I.C, where the upgrade to journeyman is immediate.
Schedules are all over the place, it can be very difficult to have any idea what you will work from one week to the next.
It is very often that when you call in sick, even if it is legitimate, due to other people who lie about it, that you may be interrogated regarding whether or not you are actually sick.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Do not push away employees who try to communicate, they are a great resource.
Try not to micromanage too heavy-handedly.RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO