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Head Cashier

Sprouts Phoenix, AZ +119 locations

The Head Cashier is responsible for the supervision of a team of cashiers… excellent customer service. The primary location for the Head Cashier is… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Store 4th Manager

Sprouts Albuquerque, NM +20 locations

Coordinators, Bookkeepers, Back-Up Books/Scan, and Head Cashiers. Work hours may… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Courtesy Clerk

Sprouts San Diego, CA +7 locations

and positive communication with Head Cashier at all times Knowledge, Skills… Snagajob


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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Sprouts Farmers Market

    Pros

    Pro's: 15% employee discount, company provides T-shirt uniform and allowed to wear tennis shoes, jeans, and appropriate shorts. Sense of teaming environment among workers. There is always room to grow in the company and possibly move around doing different task if you're interested.

    Cons

    When the new stores open, be vary aware when they promise full time hours of work. Grocery stores are cyclical and once the whole hype dies down, and sales aren't there, hours start being chopped and forces you to look elsewhere. Managers need to be trained on how to coach employees instead of barking out orders and stop micromanaging.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It is not fair, that people who have worked at the company for a long time or have had years of experience should be paid a lot higher that people that have no experience at all. Also, managers need to display confidence in their team and not be so antsy when the corporate big wigs come around.

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