Based on 322 responses, the job of Produce Clerk (Grocery) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.5 out of 5. On average, Produce Clerk (Grocery)s are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Produce Clerk (Grocery)?
Produce Clerk (Grocery):
They will say anything to get you to work for them. They will even to almost any of your requests to get you to work for them, once your there and settled into the job the tables turn. This is when the work load is increased, they claim that the department sales don't support the previous amount of hours spent before. The demands are great , the work load at times is crippling with no recognition of a good job or inquiry as to stress level if your unable to cope. I would not recommend this company to anyone and that's a shame because I liked my job and took pride in my work. Now I wok there because I can't find another job.
"Challenging yet rewarding sometimes."
Produce Clerk (Grocery) in Milwaukee:
Pros: Helping Customers. The nice ones. They seem grateful.
Cons: Helping rude customers.
"It’s a job."
Produce Clerk (Grocery) in Starkville:
Pros: Getting away from the house
Cons: The pay
Produce Clerk (Grocery) in Lafayette:
Pros: Laid back/unstressful work environment
Cons: Pay rate
"Team player efforts, Low stress, little drama, hands on and as you work training, good benefits, poorly paid wages."
Produce Clerk (Grocery) in Youngsville:
Pros: Flexible schedule, team efforts, incentives and benefits
Cons: Low pay scale, poor wages, unfair (maybe even discriminate) employee wage determination
"Physically demanding, customer service."
Produce Clerk (Grocery) in Milpitas:
Pros: I like helping customers, and I enjoy staying in shape due to my job obligations
Cons: The lack of respect and management not following policy in regards to wages and promotions
Produce Clerk (Grocery) in Aiken:
Pros: It's never changing
Cons: Low hours, low pay, rude people, little communication