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Information Security

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  • Culture & Values
Current Employee - Information Security Officer  in  Salisbury, NC
Current Employee - Information Security Officer in Salisbury, NC

I have been working at Delhaize America as a contractor for more than a year

Pros

Co workers, salary, work environment

Cons

Benefits, mobility, contract to hire opportunities

Advice to ManagementAdvice

None

Recommends
Positive Outlook
No opinion of CEO

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    Delhaize is a good company to work for and i looking to the future

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    Current Employee - Operations Supervisor  in  Disputanta, VA
    Current Employee - Operations Supervisor in Disputanta, VA

    I have been working at Delhaize America

    Pros

    Job security - Work life balance - Good planing

    Cons

    Poor benefits - Cutting of bonuses- Outdated facilties

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Upgrade the equipnment at the warehouse from computers to power equipnment

    Recommends
    Approves of CEO
  2. 1 person found this helpful  

    It's a hard environment to integrate into unless you are willing to sell your soul

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    Current Employee - IT Employee
    Current Employee - IT Employee

    I have been working at Delhaize America full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Work from home. Stable company. ok benefits. casual dress attire.

    Cons

    The company has a poverty mentality. Decisions are made on how much it'll cost instead of how much value it will add to the company. You will have to fight to get the basic tools needed to perform your job.

    A lot of people are stuck here. Probably due to the fact that while here you will not gain any marketable skills.

    If you have any type of formal education or training, It counts for nothing here. It actually counts as a strike against you as most mid manangers here do not have degrees but yet they manage teams of educated associates. The lack of training or education amongst some of management results in insecurity, defensiveness, micro managing, lack of vison and myopic views. If you try to suggest an idea they become defensive. This company loves to recreate the wheel. You feel like a dog chasing its tail.

    I will say that the new CIO is doing a great job of trying to bring the IT department into the new millennium. It will be a challenge because of the antiquated mindsets.

    Lack of advancement. If may take you 10-15 yrs to get to Manager.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    For the IT department I would recommend Sr Managemnt reinterviewing middle management for their jobs. And assess their skillset for the area in which they manage. If they don't have the skillset make it a requirement for them to take continuing ed classes, obtain a certification or go back to school. I worked for a company once that made it a requirement that employees in IT have a degree or certifications and that department immensely. Not all require this but a great many do that have been there for many years. Those are the ones that are holding IT back because of their fear of progress. Most are so out of touch with the IT industry that it's embarrassing to be a part of the IT dept at times.

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