For the past couple of weeks Woodman’s Markets has been consistently tweeting that they are accepting applications for their new Waukesha location. Currently is seems as though the first positions they are looking to fill are for third shift. Perhaps to get the store stocked and ready for the proposed July 01, 2013 grand opening? Whatever the reason, it appears they are currently looking for third shift dairy and meat applications.
I’m not certain whether there has been a lack of applications being submitted because the word has yet to spread, but it sure looks like there is going to be a lot of opportunity for plenty of people in the Waukesha area with 219 upcoming job openings.
Below is information from their website outlining why Woodman’s would be a great place to be employed so get those applications in already!
Woodman’s is Employee Owned
Woodman’s employees love what they do and why not. They are owners themselves, vested in the success of the company. After working for over 3 years employees become part owners of the company by being vested with company stock.
Woodman’s Employee’s Receive Great Compensation and Benefits
A very large amount of Woodman’s revenue is spent on employee compensation and benefits. The employees are not only very well compensated by industry standards, but they also have a real stake in the success of the company. Such an investment in employees is virtually unheard of in today’s work environments.
Woodman’s Offers Job Security
Established in 1919, Woodman’s has grown steadily over the years through word of mouth, exceptional customer service, huge varieties of products, and extremely competitive pricing. You can fill a shopping cart with more at Woodman’s and spend much less than you will at any other grocery store or super box store.
The Waukesha store will be the 15th branch of Woodman’s, preceded by their location in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.
Interesting Facts about Woodman’s
In 1975 Woodman’s becomes the 1st store in Wisconsin to use scanners to read the new Universal Product Code, the bar codes that are ubiquitous in today’s market.
The Kenosha store at the corner of Hwy 50 and Interstate 94 is the largest grocery store in the United States at 252,345 square feet.