Larry's Market Complaint - Extremely poor management....

Review by 2letuknow on 2005-03-06
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON -- Working for Larry's Market was and will always be the worst company I've ever worked for. Over the course of almost 2 years I worked there I witnessed more poor,inconsistent management and blatant lies made to me about giving me full time hours and then just wasting my time with 4 hour shifts. Who can survive on that in Seattle? And they call themselves a professional business, I've never worked with more carnival creatures ever, especially in management. Larry's has no direction within their human resources and could never get my paycheck hours straight. No communication and very poor morale. Since I left in the last 10 months I've spoken with others still employed and the more time in the union these employees have the more the management wants to fire them and hire new people at Wal-mart wages. I witnessed and heard of many being fired with 5-17 years in the company. Go in there and see for yourselves the lack of customer service and, poor morale everyone is in fear of losing their job and not being able to pay their bills because of reduced hours----just no job security. F.Y.I. if your going to apply there you might as well try Wal-mart, more hours, same pay and, more consistancy.
I was blessed to move on.
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2006-02-21
Posted by Seahorsey on 2006-02-21:
If you visit Seattle and wish to send seafood home, I would NOT recommend Larry's Market. We sent crab and halibut to our neighbors in New Mexico Christmas of 2005 and paid TOP Dollar for old crab meat and tail meat halibut. We were told the shipping would not exceed $40.00 (it was more like $60.00 plus the cost of the seafood)...we spend $100.00! And don't expect Larry's Market Corporate to respond to e-mails--they do not!!! It would be worth ordering from Pike Place Market in Seattle!

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