Food Lion Benefits

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  • Job Training(76 comments)

    the training is very amazing

  • Vacation & Paid Time Off(29 comments)

    Lots of vacation is available after you put in time with the company. Paid time off is easy to come by.

  • Family Medical Leave(20 comments)

    I never left for family reasons during this job but, it was stated in my contract I wouldn't get money for it either.

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

my coworkers are very friendly and helpful

Oct 22, 2020
Former Cashier in Wilmington, North Carolina

Nest job ever. Fun people and environment

Aug 26, 2020
Current Customer Service Manager in Dumfries, Virginia

The best thing is the 401(k) plan, matches dollar for dollar up to 5%.

Aug 20, 2020
Former Employee

Not much benefits as a part time employee

Sep 7, 2020
Former Associate in Charles City, Iowa

You dont work enough hours to affors benefits or make enough hourly, unless you're a managet.

Sep 24, 2020
Former Employee

no benefits as a part time employee

Sep 1, 2020
Former Cashier in Greenville, North Carolina

only one week paid vaca

Aug 10, 2020
Former Cashier in Rocky Mount, North Carolina

Its literally no benefits because your a cashier loser.

Aug 16, 2020
Current Employee

Time off is abyssmal for this company, I've heard so many associates speak so many different things to me over the past 8 months about "when" you get annual leave and "how much" you get. None of which match what I was told upon being hired. You supposedly get one "week" of annual leave which I've been told is either a full 40 hours or an average based on your typical weekly hours over the past year. After 3-5 years you get two "weeks" of paid time off. Not too bad, however there seems to be lots of mystery surrounding it and I had to ask and prod around the company HR department to try and get an update on my annual leave initially. You get about 1.5 days of sick leave every 3 months, which isn't too bad all things considered. But the medical premiums are really high in comparison for most places and the "in-network" doctors always tend to be in some remote location about 45-50 minutes away. Plus the deductible you have to pay on the plans is just under $2k which, from what I've experienced, is quite high. I could just be unlucky with my circumstances, however I feel like there are many areas for improvement especially when there's employees working day by day in the middle of a pandemic

Mar 30, 2020
Former Produce Associate in Henrico, Virginia

I did not work there long enough, nor was a full time to know the benefits package at Food Lion.

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