I made the biggest mistake when I applied here. I knew even then that this was far from an ideal company, but I really couldn't believe that the employees here were so devalued. Not only am I very underpaid in terms of workload, but the company constantly reassures me in every other way that we are just a number here. I think many made the mistake of coming here just because they couldn’t believe this company was so miserable?
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Unfortunately I am a long term employee at a store location and I was hired by Stop n Shop and it was bought out by Giant Eagle. Giant Eagle is a corporate run company who hates their employees. Our store has such high turnover I don't even try to get to know the names of people anymore. It's horrible, no room for growth, it's so bad that at this point they are hiring migrants to fill these positions so they NEVER have to pay more....don't see it?? Open your eyes, they're here!
It’s not just central fill. It is all the retail locations as well (Giant Eagle/Getgo). They all have a reputation for being a horrible work place. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. It starts at the top
Are you a central fill employee by chance? I spent about a half year there and couldn’t leave fast enough. By far and away the worst experience of my life. Giant eagle Management has more than earned every bit of their terrible reputation and that was quickly evident.
intimidation, bullying, retaliation. It’s all part of the company culture and further enabled by the Human Resources Office right in that very building.
If you are there. Get out quick. Trust me.
The only people who should work at Giant Eagle are High School kids looking for a part time job. No adult could afford to work at Giant Eagle and actually afford to live.
It’s by far the worst company in Pittsburgh to work for. If your working in the retail store you will experience the most immature work place ever possible.
Yep. I knew something was up my very first day, and it was an unending nightmare until I left last October.
Get out while you can!