The first choice for teenagers and the elderly alike looking for their first jobs and looking to get out of the house during the day respectively is usually the groceries stores as they have really flexible working shifts as well as little responsibility. Currently, there are hundreds of stores each offering unique benefits and opportunities for growth to their employees. Read on to more about the best grocery chains to work for in the US.
Headquartered in Abingdon, Virginia, this American supermarket chain has stores located in Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky and of course Virginia. Founded back in 1955 by Jack Smith, Food City has a total of 16,000 employees. You can get amazing deals at this chain but you can get even better benefits as an employee such as paid vacation, life insurance, and both long and short-term disability insurance.
Founded 73 years ago in New Jersey by a Del Monte Foods sales representative, this supermarket chain now has stores in six different states, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. It is the leading retailer of food in New Jersey and New York. It is headquartered in Keasbey, New Jersey. Among the benefits it offers its employees are paid time off, paid holidays, discounts on cellular phone services, long-term disability insurance, and medical, dental and life insurance
It was started in 1997 by Lazaro Chedraui Chaya with its first store in South Gate, California. Currently, it is headquartered in Paramount, California, operating a total of 63 stores in 13 counties across Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, Nevada and California. Some of the benefits the employees enjoy are paid time off, life insurance, disability insurance, medical insurance, vision insurance, and dental insurance.
This Grocery company was founded in 1939 by Joe Albertson and is now headquartered in Boise, Idaho. With over 2,000 stores, Albertsons has a total of 280,000 employees. The benefits offered by the company to their employees include vacation and paid time off, health insurance, employee discount, and paid sick leave.
It is headquartered in Itasca, Illinois. Founded 120 years by Frank Vernon Skiff, Jewel Osco started as a door-to-door coffee delivery service and now has 187 stores. If you work full time, you are eligible for a company store discount, paid holiday and vacation, paid sick leave, life insurance, disability insurance, medical insurance, vision insurance, and dental insurance.
Founded in 1964 by Donald Fry in Contra Costa County, California, Fry’s food is a supermarket chain with a major presence in Arizona. It operates a total of 123 stores with 22,000 employees. It offers its employees benefits such as vacation and paid time off, employee discount, and job training.
Based in Black Mountain, North Carolina, Ingles is a supermarket chain founded by grocer Robert P. Ingle. It has been in operation for 56 years and has a total of 212 stores in the US. It has 17,250 employees who all enjoy a number of benefits such as job training, life insurance, and health insurance.
Founded back in 1948 by J. R. Bost and Robert B. Cullum, Tom Thumb is a chain of supermarkets dealing with products such as bakery, dairy, frozen foods, pharmacy, snacks among many others. Its employees are eligible for benefits such as company store discount, paid sick leave, paid holidays, life insurance, and disability insurance.
Stop and Shop is a chain of supermarkets located mostly in the Northeastern side of the United States. It started off as a small grocery store opened by Solomon and Jeanie Rabinovitz back in 1892 and has now grown to own 414 stores with over 82,000 employees. If you work there, you will enjoy benefits such as employee discount, offers sick days, and vacation and paid time off.
Safeway is a supermarket chain which was founded 103 years ago by Marion Barton Skaggs. With over 250,000 employees, Safeway operates 900 stores in the US. Whether you are a full-time or part-time employee, you are eligible for the following benefits paid time off for vacations or sick leave, life insurance, dental insurance, and prescription drug coverage.
Grocery stores are widely known for their relatively easy learning curve. When deciding on where to send your application, go through the various benefits offered by each then choose one that best suits you.