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131 Ratings for working with AFFILIATED FOODS
Warehousing was fine, but the night's tough. Worked for Affiliated Foods in 5811 S Western St, Fashion for Less. Surroundings were not the usual supermarket. Damaged palettes were delivered from the storage and we loaded the storage with the good one.
They had a license to resell dried, obsolete products. and it was a lot of work. Ordered articles are also in stock. It was a hard and chilly day, but I liked the position. Fruits and veggies were always less expensive than a regular grocer' shop.
We had lower rates than the normal shop that would help those who had a household income or just liked the hit-and-miss we had. The lorries were left where they had to be left after unloading and, if necessary, trailer were placed in the dock.
Affiliated is a great place to work, but they are too choosy about your coming, going and going, they are just too WRITE-UP lucky. It was not under the same leadership, but at the moment it was terrible enough that I decided to stop and leave the state. It is difficult to classify the percentage rates for new recruitments.
For me Affiliated is a great place to work all around, I'd say! Sometimes it can get stressing when you have an overcrowded bottle on the back of your boat so you have to find your bottle! Also, Wht is good about being tough to find products there is always someone there who can help you localize who you are looking for!
Heaviest work, short-lived, slightly strenuous. It' s an incredibly labor-intensive and mental work. After reaching and after a certain amount of timeframe, the employees receives an appropriate salary increase. Heaviest work, long working days, very little daylight.