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I have been working at Pet Supermarket part-time (More than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
Pet Supermarket is a great company to work for. They offer many opportunities to advance your position and are very willing to work with employees to make sure your job is enjoyable. Unlike many other pet stores, they train their employees on the products in the store and continue to provide resources and updated training over time. It is a small company but growing steadily.
The one downside to working for this company is that the starting pay is very low - right at minimum wage. It does take sometime to earn a pay raise but it is worth it. Another downside is that each store is shopped by a secret shopper every month and this makes the work environment a little stressful at the beginning of the month and if you mess up on the shop you will be written up. It is very easy to mess up the shop. Some stores are also very busy and there never seems to be enough staff on hand during the busy hours.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Pet Supermarket (Miami, FL) in April 2015.
Took less than 24 hours to get a call for the interview. The interview was basic easy questions like how to help a customer who has a puppy, any previous animal experience, and 3 keys things you always have to remember. The manager was super nice and then send me a personality assessment, but after that they never contacted me.
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Pet Supermarket has it all for your furry friends. The company sells more than 8,000 pet care products, including food, toys, medicine, and clothing, through its website and more than 110 stores in a dozen states, primarily Florida. Stores also offer vaccinations for dogs, cats, and ferrets, and sell a variety of small animals (such as hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, and tropical fish). In addition, Pet Supermarket works with area organizations to host adoptions and related events for cats and dogs. Like its pet superstore competitors, customers can take their pets...