52 employees reported this benefit
Job training is performed by another employee kind of unprofessionally, but done well.
Job training was swift as I was obligated to be the more experienced dishwasher very early on due to a humorously high turnover rate for former fellow employees.
great benefit and wonderful benefits
Not so good at least at the location I was at. The training was pretty rushed and not very helpful
They trained you how to cashier. SO you get practice by your self for 2 hours then the rest of your shift you actually check people out.
Training is hit-or-miss depending on job position and department.
Training consists of 2 hrs. I've seen people fired before even finishing training.
The worst thing is that the produce department did actually have to come up with its very own training program for each location, in other words; the company does not care about its produce employees, in my opinion Hy-vee produce employees are seen as highly expendable assets, similar to courtesy clerks and cashiers
Hy-Vee wants people to be prepared for the job. They offer computer training and peer mentoring to the extent the person feels comfortable with what they are expected to do.
It was okay. Had to take a couple computer test that were extremely easy and only took about 30 minutes to do