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Anonymous shared this review of Meijer, United States on Jan 20th, 2021
"Be sure to vet the leader you will be working under through multiple women. If you sense a red flag...run. "
Anonymous shared this review of Meijer, United States on Feb 6th, 2020
"Be visible; don't be afraid to talk in meetings. Ask questions and learn as much as you can. Never surprise your manager (unless it's positive)."
Anonymous shared this review of Meijer, United States on Dec 13th, 2019
"Meijer is investing in the growth of women in leadership. "
Anonymous shared this review of Meijer, United States on Jul 24th, 2019
"There are pockets of superb teams and pockets with toxic teams (like many workplaces). If you're lucky with your team, you will likely be happy in the offices."
Anonymous shared this review of Meijer, United States on Jul 10th, 2019
"Dont believe what this website tells you because it's a joke. I worked at Meijer distribution for 4 years. I worked in every building. In the labor intensive and temperature intensive areas they pay the same yet you won't see women. Women get placed in easy non- labor intensive areas and paid exactly the same as men. For example multiple times I was placed on unloading docks where women would be placed with me to basically slap stickers on the goods that I unloaded for the same pay. They literally stood there and talked while slapping stickers as I killed myself unloading boxes up to 80 pounds. Women were always placed in A mod which is an area where you fill containers with tiny lite products like pills and such for the same pay..On the other hand men were placed in areas lifting large team lift products by themselves. Women are not treated unfairly they a coddled for the same exact pay. Women always view themselves as victims and it's getting old. "
Anonymous shared this review of Meijer on Feb 18th, 2019
"Try to move up in the company as much as possible."
Anonymous shared this review of Meijer on Jan 28th, 2019
"Meijer used to be the best grocer/discount store to work at in Michigan. But in the past 15 years upper management has bought into a WalMart style of viewing employees as disposable. Employees *are* unionized (a mostly good thing), but the union is weak thanks to right-to-work law being enacted (at least in Michigan). "
Anonymous shared this review of Meijer on Dec 3rd, 2018
"It's like going back in time 50 years, I imagine. Great resource for comprehending the "Dark Old Days." :/"
Anonymous shared this review of Meijer on Oct 1st, 2018
"Understand that being a peak performer won't help you. If you are financially rewarded for being one of the best, you'll become targeted for downsizing for being too highly compensated."
Anonymous shared this review of Meijer on Jun 7th, 2017
"Must be more dedicated to work than family, you need to be flexible. "
Anonymous shared this review of Meijer on Jun 1st, 2017
"Plan on investing a full time status on achieving hours weekly."
Anonymous shared this review of Meijer on Mar 21st, 2016
"There are a lot of women working at Meijer in most of the departments at headquarters and they are working in all levels of the company. That being said, it is not what I would call a "supportive environment". Meijer is old school and regardless of the prevalence of women, still has that "Boys Club" vibe. My greatest advice is to seek out mentors actively and ask for specific examples when you're given feedback. Too often feedback will come in the form of "there's a perception issue" without context or how to improve. If you act as your biggest advocate and take control of your destiny you can succeed here, but there will be men that treat you like a PA or will take credit for your ideas if you let them."