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Based on 344 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.
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Q: What is it like working as a Produce Clerk (Grocery)?

October 2019
"It’s challenging at times, But over all good."
Produce Clerk (Grocery) in Snellville:
Pros: I like how the managers and the associates can get along so well
Cons: I don’t like how the pay is based on time and not at ones ability to perform
October 2019
"It's boring and your over worked and the work schedule is never the same and it's hard to get two days off in a row."
Produce Clerk (Grocery) in Lakeside:
Pros: Pay every week
Cons: The scheduling, cramped work area, hours are minimal
November 2019
Produce Clerk (Grocery) in North Las Vegas:
Pros: Learning all the different types of fruits.
Cons: Too many games. They only are nice when it benefits them.
March 2015
Produce Clerk (Grocery):
Pros: I get money.
Cons: The treatment of customers.
January 2015
"Working for HT."
Produce Clerk (Grocery):
Pros: The bonus checks twice a year.
Cons: I'm underpaid because Im the only clerk out of 10 that can break down a 10 thousand dollars truck by myself and the only clerk that knows how to print signs and make order and knows how to work the registers.
June 2020
"Transferred stores and it was a terrible decision."
Produce Clerk (Grocery) in Salem:
Pros: My coworkers, interacting with customers
Cons: transferred from a higher end Fred Meyer in a nice area of OR to another one and nothing is to standard in my department now and management doesn’t really care what we do or how it looks.