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I worked at Dierbergs Markets part-time (More than a year)
Regular breaks every 2 hours, store management was friendly and (for the most part) listened to employee concerns. I was promoted to stocker after 4 months at my store with a manager recommendation. Unionized. Busy days with not a lot of downtime.
I was regularly given 30+ hour weeks as a part-time employee, full time college student. Grocery customers are frequently rude. Full-time employees had their hours cut severely around the time I left.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Dierbergs Markets (Saint Louis, MO) in June 2015.
I applied for a position online and about 4 days later I got a call. The call was a screening interview where the lady asked questions about why I want to work here, my availability, the pay and if I were still interested. Of course I was so we scheduled an interview in the store for next week. I came 20 minutes early only because this location was a bit far out. I was told the interviewer was running behind because her office was being used for a meeting. I ended up waiting about 35 minutes (ughh I had patients lol) but finally she came around and apologized. It went very well, she was friendly and I was comfortable the whole time. Lasted for 25-30 min. Most questions were about experience (I have none) and my availability. She said I would receive a call within 3-7 days which I did. I missed it because I was asleep (at 8am). Luckily she left a voicemail and her contact number and I got the job! Oh they actually do call your references so make sure they talk good about you.
I accidentally applied for a salad clerk position because cashier was not available at the time. Luckily the interviewer liked me so much she changed it for me. Just be calm and professional and I'm sure you will ace the interview.
Dierbergs Markets is a privately owned, family-run business in its 4th generation of leadership. Originating in 1854 with its first location on Olive Street Road, it has grown to 25 stores primarily in the St. Louis region, with two stores in Illinois, and one in the Ozarks. In addition, there are 3 plant facilities; a Central Bakery, Central Kitchen, and Central Floral Design facility which support store operations. Dierbergs currently has over 4,000 Associates company-wide who are committed to upholding our reputation built on hard work, highest quality products, and ...