I used to smile and then i worked at Meijer Grinch shirt, lady v-neck, sweat shirt
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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Our newest design: I used to smile and then i worked at Meijer Grinch shirt. I worked at Meijer for almost 30 years and just recently retired. I couldn’t have asked to work for a better company. The reason Meijer is the great, caring company it is, is because of Fred and his father. Fred was a wonderful man and really cared about his company and the people that worked for him. He was a true family man. Fred, you will be missed by all of us. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family. I hope the people that are left behind to take care of the company that you so lovingly built, will keep you in mind when they have decisions to make concerning Meijer and will continue to follow in your footsteps. I am so thankful I was able to be a part of Meijer for so many years.
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For the past 5 years I’ve worked at Meijer. I’ve learned a lot and met a lot of really great people that I will miss! Tonight was my last shift at Meijer and it was very bitter sweet but I’m excited to start a new adventure with FedEx. Thank you to all the people who made my life better through Meijer! I worked at meijer in the 80s and we were taught how to bag groceries. Meat with meat, produce with produce, frozen with frozen. And that’s I used to smile and then i worked at Meijer Grinch shirt. I still put my items on the checkout stand the way I was taught to bag them. Why did I get soap bagged with my meat and frozen items bagged with room temp items? Don’t you guys teach the basics anymore?
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When I worked at Meijer they took part in the feeding America program and donated all foods past the “sell by” date to local shelters, food banks, and soup kitchens. Every store that carries groceries of any kind should do something like that. Yeah, I got written up once for missing my break b/c I was a minor… But it was because they sent someone home and decided just not to give me a break. They make I used to smile and then i worked at Meijer Grinch shirt. So they brought me in the office and were like “here’s a warning, if you get 3… blah blah” but said “I know it wasn’t your fault, but we still have to give you it.” I was like… what the hell? The no music thing was awful, why can’t we be the test store for something cool like free cake Thursday. The only thing good about is that it made us realize that things could be worse.
I used to smile and then i worked at Meijer Grinch
Back when I worked at Meijer….I saw a man shove a whole carton of cigarettes under his jacket. I immediately paged for LP. About 30 minutes later, LP “Terri Taylor” called to ask if I had called for LP. I told her about the shoplifter. “Where is now” “Probably 30 minutes away by now”. If that was what LP could do then… I wonder how fast your “trained team” would have been in Gaylord. Should Mr. Bowers have just stood and watched and said “I can’t leave my station, oh well”? Or helped? I’m with Mr. Bowers and his humanity.