Overall Reviews at WinCo Foods
Grocery Associate | Bellflower, CA | Nov 4, 2019
No structure or proper management
Hours are inconsistent, scheduling is a mess. Management and staff don't communicate or properly train you for any jobs or positions. Decent pay depending on your hours and availability, but they will cut corners at every chance. People are overworked and never appreciated. If you absolutely need a job you can apply, they hire just about anyone but have a plan to continue to look for other jobs. Don't get stuck working here, it's not good for your health (mental or physical) or your well being.
Retail Sales Associate | Portland, OR | May 15, 2018
Good Work/Not very job safe
It's a fine place to work, decent hours, good customer service. However, it does have a slight power vacuum, employees have to constantly fear for their jobs.
ConsShort breaks, Unfair Employee Management
Replenishment Associate | Longview, WA | May 15, 2019
It has a hard schedule to read and everyone is nice but i would get tired really fast at the end of the time but they teach you to work at a fast an they make working fun
Human Resources Specialist | Boise, ID | Oct 6, 2019
Productive and energetic workplace
In 23+ years with WinCo Foods, I have gained many years of knowledge and experience involving customer service. I have enjoyed the connection to the employees and management teams throughout the 9 states. This connection is not only through my current role, but at working in the store level
Prosexcellent benefit program, employee owned company
Quality Assurance Analyst | Medford, OR | Jul 30, 2019
Typical retail work
The training is quick, management wasn't bad when I was there. Overtime was offered at odd times. You were expected to work hard and get stuff done. A good starting work place to get some experience.
Customer Service Representative | Olympia, WA | Mar 24, 2019
I "employee owned" business [whatever that means] that has many long-time employees].
The encourage promotion from within, but it is typically mandatory that you relocate if you are interested in management; not an option for me.
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Fontana, CA | Oct 17, 2018
Hard work and very fast peace
Very good work place fast peace and very busy at time need lots of Patients at time stressful and at time slow in the end of the month not that meny hours
Food Preparation Worker | Marysville, WA | Nov 16, 2019
High turn over rate
Due to the high turn over rate, it makes it hard at times to form a cooperative working environment. Low starting pay with very physical labor causes a lot of people to change their minds. Easy fix if they took the time to address the issue.
Meat Wrapper | Phoenix, AZ | Aug 7, 2018
Its not that fun
It a good company to start ur career ,they teach rookies what work is and how to ne done,everyday working to is another day for to make fun,but im looking for another job now,well the hardest part of the is when thier shirt of crew,the manager want everybody to be perfect and fast so they can sit around and watch...
Department Manager | Oregon City, OR | Aug 8, 2019
Good place to retire from
If you enjoy retail and the food business then you can make a solid career of WinCo to retire from. Depending on how much of your life you want to invest you can retire with a little or retire with a lot.