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Harris Teeter Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Harris Teeter employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Harris Teeter has a diversity rating of 3.6.

All answers shown come directly from Harris Teeter Reviews and are not edited or altered.

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3 English questions out of 3

January 12, 2022

How is diversity at Harris Teeter?

Pros

Profit sharing and decent benefits

Cons

No real diversity in upper management

No real diversity in upper management

January 12, 2022

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June 17, 2021

What is it like being an international employee at Harris Teeter?

Pros

Nobody ever stole my lunch from the fridge.

Cons

Despite the deli being absurdly understaffed the management verbally abused my coworker for refusing to come in on their days off, they scheduled me 40 hours a week but wouldn't give me full time benefits because my schedule "wasn't open enough", the manager regularly spoke ill of my coworkers in front of me and had me reuse old product/relabel it so it could be sold. They misgendered my trans coworker even though they literally wore a pronoun pin every single day, the management made racist remarks about the Mexican immigrants who worked there, and I was making less than $12 an hour despite having years of experience and being one of their only openers. Keep in mind this low rate of pay was treated as something kind they didn't have to do for me. I was making $3-4 more than my coworkers who didn't have experience so definitely not a job for anyone who wants to pay bills or purchase things with your wages. Management was perpetually dismissive of how understaffed we were despite their being more work for any of us to handle and the manager staying overtime nearly every week.

Advice to Management

Everything that could possibly be wrong with your approach is wrong. Treat your employees with human decency and make an effort to hire more people so you don't have a handful of people being worked like dogs.

They misgendered my trans coworker even though they literally wore a pronoun pin every single day, the management made racist remarks about the Mexican immigrants who worked there, and I was making less than $12 an hour despite having years of experience and being one of their only openers.

June 17, 2021

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June 17, 2021

How is race or ethnicity talked about at Harris Teeter?

Pros

Nobody ever stole my lunch from the fridge.

Cons

Despite the deli being absurdly understaffed the management verbally abused my coworker for refusing to come in on their days off, they scheduled me 40 hours a week but wouldn't give me full time benefits because my schedule "wasn't open enough", the manager regularly spoke ill of my coworkers in front of me and had me reuse old product/relabel it so it could be sold. They misgendered my trans coworker even though they literally wore a pronoun pin every single day, the management made racist remarks about the Mexican immigrants who worked there, and I was making less than $12 an hour despite having years of experience and being one of their only openers. Keep in mind this low rate of pay was treated as something kind they didn't have to do for me. I was making $3-4 more than my coworkers who didn't have experience so definitely not a job for anyone who wants to pay bills or purchase things with your wages. Management was perpetually dismissive of how understaffed we were despite their being more work for any of us to handle and the manager staying overtime nearly every week.

Advice to Management

Everything that could possibly be wrong with your approach is wrong. Treat your employees with human decency and make an effort to hire more people so you don't have a handful of people being worked like dogs.

They misgendered my trans coworker even though they literally wore a pronoun pin every single day, the management made racist remarks about the Mexican immigrants who worked there, and I was making less than $12 an hour despite having years of experience and being one of their only openers.

June 17, 2021

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