Food Lion Job Training

168 employees reported this benefit
76 Ratings

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Sep 22, 2020
Current Quality Assurance in Wilmington, North Carolina

the training is very amazing

Mar 30, 2020
Former Produce Associate in Henrico, Virginia

I was trained about a really shy employee so I had to constantly ask questions because he'd be too shy to explain things.

Mar 23, 2020
Current Grocery Manager in Charlotte, North Carolina

Training is mostly done on a computer, and it seems that most employees lack knowledge when they get into hands on work.

Mar 23, 2020
Current Evening Manager in Thomasville, North Carolina

On the job training, a lot of self taught and pick up as you work. No structured classroom type training for dept heads and above side from computer training

Jan 9, 2020
Current Employee

Very little training and management not very receptive to questions.

Dec 8, 2019
Former Sales Associate/Cashier in Angier, North Carolina

Other cashiers train you, but the computer training for the most part is stupid and does not teach you much at all. The hands on aspect is the best way to learn what you are doing.

Oct 30, 2019
Current Sales Associate/Cashier in Covington, Virginia

They make sure you know the job before they let you work by yourself

Jul 29, 2019
Current Temp Worker in Salisbury, North Carolina

Just was thrown into a project honestly.

Jun 10, 2019
Former Office Assistant in Norwood, North Carolina

the training was easy and convenient, one on one, any questions were answered, safety was covered, done efficiently

May 10, 2019
Former Employee

In many departments, you’re thrown into the job with little to no training. Cashiers receive a standard two days of training but the experienced cashier training them is left standing there doing nothing which is conducive to the work environment. Lines were often slow and backed up due to this.

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