Wegmans Jobs & Careers in Warrington, PA

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8 days ago

PA Lead and Line Cook

Wegman's Food Markets, Inc. Collegeville, PA

• Experience working as a line cook in a multi-faceted food service facility (i.e restaurant, hotel, country club, conference center, casino, theme… HCareers

30+ days ago

Bakery Load Receiver Part Time

Wegmans Allentown, PA

If the scents of baking bread, pies, doughnuts and other treats wafting through the air put a smile on your face, then a Wegmans Customer Service… Beyond.com

20 days ago

Pharmacy Tech Part-Time Customer Service

Wegmans Bridgewater, NJ

At Wegmans, our customers have come to depend on our Pharmacy professionals to provide the best service possible when it comes to their health. In… Beyond.com

8 days ago

Market Cafe Team Leader

Wegman's Food Markets, Inc. Allentown, PA

The Restaurant Area offered at select Wegmans stores allows customers to experience a one-of-a-kind, dynamic eatery in a Pub environment, or enjoy… HCareers

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    Don't believe the hype

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    Former Employee - Management Trainee  in  Warrington, PA
    Former Employee - Management Trainee in Warrington, PA

    I worked at Wegmans


    There are a lot of good people "in the trenches" for this company.
    The benefits package is nice.


    First of all, they are NOTHING like they seem. Brainwashed individuals toiling for less than can be had elsewhere, nepotism abounds. If you are not one of the New York natives that expanded to new areas with the company, don't plan on being promoted. As with most companies, how much money can be made is the only concern. This is a company that does not care about their employees, no matter what they say, and that Top 100 Companies to Work For rating is a farce. Many have suggested that they "buy" that rating, and after being inside the company I would have to agree. There are a lot of underhanded things going on that far exceed normal "workplace politics".

    You've been warned.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Might be time to reinvent the wheel.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO