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Meijer, Inc. Reviews

What is it like working at Meijer, Inc.?

It's not bad. It pays the bills.
Operations Coordinator, Logistics in Troy:
Pros: My ability to continue learning new things
Cons: Favoritism and not being paid more for the knowledge I have of the jobs I have done. I feel one payscale for all in a group is unfair when others do not know nearly as much or try as hard as those that work hard.
Software Developer in Grand Rapids:
Pros: Challenging yet satisfying
Cons: Lack of leadership in development role.
They demand more than the pay is worth.
Planogram Technician in Ypsilanti:
Pros: They let you do your work your way sometimes
Cons: They use you as backup cashier and which causes you to run behind on your job, then they blame you for not finishing it.
Up and Down.
Stocker in Grand Rapids:
Pros: Helping customers find what they're looking for
Cons: The overall management/leadership
It's fine.
Inventory Coordinator in Noblesville:
Pros: Being able to take my breaks and lunch when I want to.
Cons: Being asked to do a million things at once in a short amount of time on top of the things I already have to do that day.
I look forward to every work day.
Cashier in Caledonia:
Pros: My customers praise my work.
Cons: Every once in a while I get a customer that thinks the world owes them and takes it out on me.
Understaffing issue.
Deli Clerk in Charlotte:
Pros: I am thankful for having a job. I like that I have 401k and payed holidays
Cons: Always understaffed and overworked. Management is fast to throw orders but never willing to jump in and help. They are constantly adding more work but not increasing the amount of employees to get the amount of work done.


Retirement & Financial Benefits
Profit Sharing
401(k) Plan
Health & Insurance Benefits
Health Insurance
Dental Insurance