- Raley's update6 days ago
We’re proud to say we’re the first supermarket in the U.S. to use a new line of soap that will save millions of gallons of water each year, while fulfilling our food safety standards. Learn more about this exciting partnership with Ecolab: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIfTk
- Raley's update25 days ago
We opened our first store in 1935. Guess what else is celebrating turning 80 this year: a. Monopoly board game b. Sacramento’s Tower Bridge c. Beer cans d. Major league night baseball games e. All of the above
A Tradition of Excellence
|Our founder, Tom Raley, opened his first store in Placerville, California in 1935. His dedication, hard work and vision are the seeds from which our family of stores continues to grow. |
Today, Tom Raley's family carries his legacy into a new era. Jim and Joyce Raley Teel serve as co-chairmen of the board of directors. Their children participate in the business. Together the family - along with a large and loyal family of employees - is leading Raley's into a bright new century of growth. On the way, customer service remains the priority. It's one way to show our appreciation - and it's what Tom Raley would have wanted.
Our goal is to provide busy, health-conscientious families with delicious, easy meal ideas at an everyday value.
If someone told you that you could save 15,729 trees in a year, would you do it?
You count on us to tell you about the coolest stuff in our stores. And the yummiest recipe in 30 minutes. And how to shave with peanut butter (thanks, Joey Green!).
The inside of our magazine is printed on paper containing 80% recycled content. The covers are printed on paper containing 10% post consumer waste. Take a look.
It's In The Bag! Here's an earth-friendly idea: Use fewer grocery bags. Our stylish new reusable bags cost less than a buck.
Design selection may vary by store. The inside of our magazine is printed on paper containing 80% recycled content. The covers are printed on paper containing 10% post consumer waste.
Great People Who Care. We truly value and connect with our customers.
From the beginning, quality is what mattered to our company founder, Tom Raley. Quality people. Quality service. Quality products. It's because of that commitment to quality that his dream has grown into more than 120 stores in California and Nevada. The supermarket chains owned by Raley's include Bel Air Markets, Nob Hill Foods, Food Source and Raley's. While the stores span two states, their heart is in Sacramento where it all began -- a city that shares a reputation for quality with its friendly people, close-knit communities and excellent quality of life.
Today, Raley's Family of Fine Stores is known for enhancing the quality of people's lives, bringing a sense of tradition, service, value, community and family with its name. Just as Tom Raley envisioned, his supermarkets have been embraced in Sacramento and beyond by being the stores with friendly employees, superior service and quality products.
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Raley'sPros
Great hours, good work environment, considerate co-workers, managers that will listen to your needs.Cons
Sometimes short staffed, favoritism, not great pay.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Cross training and rotating departments is a great thing. It keeps people from falling into a rut, and keeps it more interesting.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Raley's.Interview Details
The position was posted on the company's jobs site. After an easy application process on the website, I was contacted by the Talent Strategy Team Leader to set up two interviews. The first interview was via phone with the Sr. Director of Labor Relations. The second interview was with the Sr. Director of Human Resources and the Human Resources Business Partner. Both interviews were very straightforward, and all questions were business related. A few days later I had a third interview with the Sr. VP of Human Resources and Labor Relations.Interview Questions
Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
- The most difficult question was in the third interview, and was, "What is the true cost of turnover." An unexpected question was, "Who was your worst boss ever?" followed immediately by, "What could you have done differently to improve the situation?" Answer Question
Raley's has to stock plenty of fresh fruit and great wines -- it sells to the people that produce them. The company operates more than 130 supermarkets and superstores in California and northern Nevada. In addition to its 85 flagship Raley's Superstores, the company operates about 20 Bel Air Markets (in the Sacramento area), Nob Hill Foods (an upscale Bay Area chain with about...
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