Working at Publix Super Markets Inc

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  • Appreciation
    3.2
  • Company Outlook
    3.8
  • Fair Pay
    2.8
  • Learning and Development
    3.3
  • Manager Communication
    3.4
  • Manager Relationship
    3.6
  • Pay Policy
    3.0
  • Pay Transparency
    3.2
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Publix Super Markets Inc Reviews

What is it like working at Publix Super Markets Inc?

April 2019
"It's a job."
Deli Clerk in Charleston:
Pros: Fast paced
Cons: Lack of leadership
May 2020
"Under appreciated."
Grocery Clerk in Tampa:
Pros: Movement and not having to stand in one place all day.
Cons: No recognition, does not teach or make you feel valued. Only makes me do 1 thing every single shift and that’s all I do. I am pretty much self taught.
August 2015
"Allison."
Customer Service Associate:
Pros: Ability to Move up the ladder.
Cons: Dealing with customer complaints.
February 2016
Deli Clerk:
Pros: Meet and great new customers. Help them serve and give them ideal want to have for dinner.
Cons: Cleaning up the whole deli station from the morning shift. Every week have to break down the case and be short handed.
September 2016
"Where working is a pleasure."
Cashier:
Pros: Employers, coworkers are friendly, they're there to help, guide, and assist you with all of your needs. I am physically active, and must socialize all day which keeps my mood positive and energy level is high. My management wants what is best for me and wants me to succeed and grow with the company. Customers are happy and satisfied almost 100 percent of the time. I am confident in what I do and what I am capable of doing at publix. Stock options, and a 401k is just the beginning of all the possible benefits of eventually working full time.
Cons: I have to wait a long time and receive extensive training to earn a full time position even thought my availability is completely open, even weekends and evenings. As a cashier, I am still scheduled to do janitorial work three times or more a week such as running floor machines and sweeping. Bagging is the most physical work I have ever done in the hot weather it lowers my energy and moral. I am highly capable of working full time as a customer service staff and over two years still haven't received any training for the position.
February 2017
"Responsible for everyone."
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPHT) in Madison:
Pros: I like my co-workers and some of the patients.
Cons: I dislike the feeling of having to babysit our patients. We must remind them to refill meds and put them on an auto refill program and text or call to remind them of things. Also the pharmacist does not get a break in 12 hours or more. Pharmacy is turning into fast food and not healthcare. Also the stress is unreal.
September 2018
"It's rewarding, especially when you see the smiles on the kids faces, when given a Cookie."
Bakery Clerk in Sanford:
Pros: They are very family oriented company.
Cons: Nothing bad
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