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I was an employee for ShopRite for nearly three years. Over these nearly three years, I became very knowledgeable of the store's layout, policies, pricing, and customer service. I believe that most customers considered me to be very friendly, helpful and courteous and I enjoyed going above and beyond to make a customer happy. However, management still treated me like I didn't know how to do my job, as though I didn't do a good job every day, and did not appreciate the work I did. This, obviously, discouraged me from working my hardest every single day, as my entire life I thought that if I did a good job I would be appreciated and valued in a work place. I wasn't the only worker here that felt like this, and I constantly witnessed managers under-appreciate and flat-out disrespect long-time employees. Don't work here if you want your employer to value the work you do.
This ShopRite is family owned and it is their only ShopRite store. It is also the only Hispanic-family owned ShopRite. I often have a fun time while at work, as co-workers and customers alike are typically friendly and caring individuals. I feel very secure in my position. I love to encourage my co-workers, especially those younger than me. Minors are often hired to be work a bagging position or as a cashier. I offer them both academic and personal advice to help them achieve happiness and success.
It's a good supermarket to work at compared to others. I feel like usually working in customer service sucks, but I feel that it' much better at Shoprite than at other places. My pay is increasing I've gotten a few little pay raises and payed time off and I haven't even worked a year here yet. All my coworkers get along and are friendly, and management is nice and listen to us. If you need to work at a grocery store I recommend Shoprite. Also, it's unionize too which is very nice.