Save-A-Lot Food Stores

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    I worked at Save-A-Lot Food Stores

    Pros

    Great company that believes in serving people in the community and create a vehicle in which people can become their own boss through ownership

    Cons

    Change is something the culture struggles with. New people in the organization with experience elsewhere are not received well.

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    Stop changing the leadership and start influencing the people to accept change as a positive and not something that won't work at Save A Lot.

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Save-A-Lot Food Stores Interviews

Updated Feb 4, 2015
Updated Feb 4, 2015

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    Assistant Store Manager Interview

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    Anonymous Employee
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    I applied online. The process took 1+ weekinterviewed at Save-A-Lot Food Stores.

    Interview Details

    I applied online for the position of ASM. A few days later I received a phone call from a recruiter wanting to schedule a phone interview. The phone interview went well along with the assessment I did afterwards. The only obstacle was my salary range. I lowered it to the bare minimum I'd work for any company for! I was then scheduled for a store tour/interview. The store was in bad shape and wasn't conditioned at all. I spoke with the store manager. He asked very few questions and most of them were very basic. I had far more challenging questions than he did. After walking and talking with the SM, I felt far more qualified for his position than he did. The recruiter called me the following day to inform that they would not go any further with me. And that the feedback was that my skills were not what they were looking for. But in my opinion I just wasn't a good fit. I would've outshined and overshadowed a manager like himself.

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Website www.save-a-lot.com
Headquarters Earth City, MO
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Operated By SUPERVALU
Founded 1977
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Retail
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors Walmart, ALDI, Dollar General

More Than 1,300 Save-A-Lot Stores Nationwide

Save-A-Lot stores bring discount groceries to neighborhoods across the US. In fact, there are more than 1,300 Save-a-Lot stores nationwide in urban, suburban and rural areas. As one of the nation's leading extreme value, carefully selected assortment grocery chains, we deliver our customers terrific savings on discount groceries... More

Mission: We help our customers to live richer, fuller lives by saving them money and time. The time-saving set-up of Save-A-Lot stores, combined with high-quality discount... More

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