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Anonymous shared this review of ShopRite, United States on Aug 5th, 2019
"It's unionized, but no one is truly held accountable. I had an incident where I had to ring the alarm on a department manager for his behavior towards me and he was simply moved to another store....I've had to advocate for days that I wasn't available and was brought into the office where they attempted to intimidate me out of days that I planned months in advance. They don't pay you enough to put up with managements nonsense. They don't care about employees at all."
"it's a mans company. Unless your young and pretty and skinny your tend to be overseen by management on a store level"
"Company is male dominated. Fewer women hold store management positions."
"Male dominated, except for cashiers, mostly women. Hours are flexible. Benefits not worth the money. If you have school age children, don't look for advancement-the "so called" family comes first only goes so far."
"I have worked for this company for almost 22 years. I feel women are treated equal, providing they pull their own weight. Some women don't feel the same in my company, and call it "a boys club." I don't feel that way personally because I have paid my dues and earned the respect I receive."
"I`ve worked here for over 20 years and I believe that when you get older you are not used for your knowledge but only for medial jobs like staying on the counter and dealing with the customers. Don`t get me wrong, most of our customers are very nice and I get along with them. I know a lot about everything else in the deli but they do not wish to use that knowledge. As far as I` concerned I wasted a lt of time learning things that I am not permitted to do. And if u go out on disability, you get punished when you ccome back with scheduling. I am no longer considered at the top of the ladder as I come in somewhere in the middle. I am very disappointed with the way I am treated like a new person."
"I worked there for over 20 years and people are overworked. This company offers maternity leave, but only because the law requires it. I do believe that women are treated fairly but there are some women managers, but you have to be part of the boys club"
"I have been working there for 5 and half years and i dont treat the same as men. As a cashier i have very room for growth i have many departments but when there is a open spot they always hire a guy for the spot. I have been helping out the seafood department a lot but still no raise and i was helping out while they were training a new guy. It is just not fair at all."
"Plan on little to no upward movement, and you'll be expected to do better/more then your male counterparts. If you happen to get a promotion you have no allies and little to no backup or support from upper management."