When you work in one store for so long, you become almost unaware of how it gradually changes for the worse, however, the store I work in is impossible not to notice that it has become total trash. What's happening with hy-wee is really sad.
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Left after 17 years. For all above stated reason. Best decision i ever made. Get out before hyvee is new sears. Dont think it cant happen.
The only thing Elise succeeded in was dropping the moral even further than it already was. She went into stores and looked for scapegoats to blame for corporate failures. There is not one store that she has in the Eastern Iowa area that has a better morale or where the employees care about the job they do. So many people have just gave up and "quiet quit" and just get their hours in. The company let go of top career employees and then left the ones who missed the cut with a ridiculous workload. They let people go who knew what to do and how to do it and left the work for part time people who don't have any stake in the company. These corporate goons only come into a store for an hour or two, at most, and think they know fully what's going on. They cut labor so much that we don't have time to do an efficient job, let alone take care of the customers. Daily work doesn't get taken care of. And the turnover is insane! The new hires are treated like cr-p. Given cr-p hours and as soon as they catch on that everyone is treated that way they leave. So once again the workload is left for the full timer who is already overworked and under appreciated.
Hy-Vee is officialy a sh-t show good job Randy
Let's see: the store gradually gets worse the longer you work there. Hmm. I think I might be seeing the problem.
I stopped caring when they stopped caring about me. Call it quiet quitting or whatever you want. I'm not doing a single thing over and above my minimum requirements.
It all starts at the top,and I mean the corporate level.People like Elise that dont understand that people have lives outside of hyvee.Working 60-65 hours a week is pathetic.Not only that corporate executives wont even speak to the employees like executives like Tom Hobt,Tom Watson and many others used to do in the good old days.Hyvee is FAILING AND IT STARTS AT THE TOP.HEAR THAT ELISE.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Absolutely true! The glory days are long gone. No visible store leadership leads to declining morale, constant turnover, and no pride in store’s appearance!