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Lucky Stores are a California-based grocery chain with a focus on quality, fresh products at prices that compete with the largest chains. Lucky was founded in 1935 by Charles Crouch, and is currently owned and operated by Save Mart, with over 70 stores throughout California. A typical Lucky Store contains full grocery areas, including alcohol, and a full pharmacy. A true neighborhood partner, Lucky gives back by partnering with local charity organizations in the cities it serves, including Children's Hospitals and the Salvation Army. Lucky Stores is also known as the official supermarket of the NFL's Oakland Raiders.
Types of jobs you could find at Lucky
At Lucky, Grocery Clerks are the lifeblood of the store. They are responsible for ringing customers up, restocking shelves, and providing exceptional customer service. This includes answering customer questions, helping them find items, bagging their purchases, and checking inventory. Exceptional Grocery Clerks are able to work quickly with a smile on their face.
Bakery Sales Clerk
Bakery Sales Clerks are required to do a little bit of everything. They must provide customer service as they fulfill orders, work the cash register and answer customer questions. They also assist with the preparation and stocking of the baked goods. Finally, they are also responsible for making suggestions and taking orders for special events.
Meat and Seafood Clerk
Meat and Seafood Clerks must provide excellent customer service above everything else. They are responsible for preparing and packaging various meats and seafood, while ensuring the product is fresh and properly sanitized. Meat and Seafood Clerks must have exceptional attention to detail and adhere very closely to strict safety codes.
Why People Recommend Working at Lucky
Employees are unionized, providing mandatory benefits for part-time and full-time employees.
Automatic raises after you work a certain amount of hours.
Schedules are flexible and can work around school or personal obligations.
Promotions come from within, so there are advancement opportunities.