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The most popular benefits at Harris Teeter include 401K Plan, Health Insurance and Employee Discount. If you want to see a full list of benefits and perks at Harris Teeter listed by categories, head to their Benefits page. From insurance, health and wellness to vacation and more, find out what you could benefit from when working at Harris Teeter.

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4 English reviews out of 4

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April 9, 2022

Pros

Awesome health benefits, a small discount on groceries, and coupons for a free holiday meal.

Cons

There is minimal communication, they expect you to work yourself to the bone for little pay or appreciation, and they don't regulate anything when it comes to Starbucks. They say they'll hire or train more people to help out, but they either hire someone over your head that isn't reliable, or they don't train anyone at all. They also try to tell you how they want things and to listen to them instead of what the license they have with Starbucks requires. It's very frustrating and feels like you're being undermined at every turn.

Advice to Management

Communicate with your leads at Starbucks and listen to them when they say something is against Starbucks regulations. Make an effort to actually pay attention when they say they need something, and back them up when they tell you something. Management was terrible about bowing to the wishes of the customer even when they are verbally abusive to the baristas and make us feel less important than the customer who rarely spends money at the store.

Awesome health benefits, a small discount on groceries, and coupons for a free holiday meal.

April 9, 2022

Reviewed by: Shift Supervisor in Cary, NC (Former Employee)

November 14, 2020

Pros

With a comfortable atmosphere and generally kind customers, it was an alright place to go back to every day. My coworkers were nice people and deserved better.

Cons

Not a single person in a leadership position knew how to do my job. As we hemorrhaged employees, no manager could assist in any way other than running a cash register with no knowledge of Starbucks terminology. I quickly went from part timer, to part timer working full time hours, to finally full time employee, but by then I was basically managing the whole department without the pay or respect to match. I had to work repeated split shifts starting sometimes at 5:30 AM, going home to sleep from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM, and going back in at 4:30 PM to close at 8:00 PM. At one point we had 3 people to run a department for 14 hours a day 7 days a week, with 1 employee being a highschooler that could only work very limited hours. My manager chased off every new hire before I could finish training them, as he racked up complaint after complaint from customer and employee alike, all while the higher ups and corporate turned a blind eye. Compared to a real Starbucks, we made less money, got no free food or drinks, weren't allowed to take tips, and had to try to abide both Harris Teeter and Starbucks policies, of which there were many conflicts.

Advice to Management

Listen to your employees and your customers. If everyone is complaining about a single person, that person is likely a very big problem.

Compared to a real Starbucks, we made less money, got no free food or drinks, weren't allowed to take tips, and had to try to abide both Harris Teeter and Starbucks policies, of which there were many conflicts.

November 14, 2020

Reviewed by: Barista in Winston-Salem, NC (Former Employee)

August 26, 2021

Pros

Nice team members, make sure you have a break, free water

Cons

You can only have a lunch break if you work over 6 hours, and when I do work more than 4-5 it’s always exactly 6 hours so I only get 15 minutes, we also do the shopping cart retrieving and it is ungodly hot and busy, when I take a break from getting carts it seems like it never gets filled back. I wish customers would line up the carts instead of completely trash the parking lot or leave a disaster in the cart areas considering we offer four areas to put your cart back when you’re done loading your groceries. For 9/hr bagging only with side duties like trash and sweeping is okay, but for having to do carts with all that it’s not good pay. If you just need temporary work for Summer it might be okay if you’re a student, but not worth it for anything more

Nice team members, make sure you have a break, free water

August 26, 2021

Reviewed by: Bagger in Concord, NC (Current Employee)

October 28, 2020

Pros

I learned a lot and if you win customer service awards you get free food!

Cons

mundane and low pay. Doing the same thing over and over got boring.

I learned a lot and if you win customer service awards you get free food!

October 28, 2020

Reviewed by: Cashier (Former Employee)

4 English reviews out of 4