Meijer Corporate Office Headquarters HQ

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Meijer Corporate Office Headquarters HQ 
Official Address:
2929 Walker Ave. NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49544-9424 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-616-453-6711
Fax Number: 1-616-791-2572
Customer Service Number: 1-877-363-4537
Meijer Platinum MasterCard: 1-866-789-6041
Meijer Credit Card: 1-866-763-4537
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  1. Found GLASS in meijer salad at your birch run location. My husband broke it in his mouth while believing it to be a odd tasting crouton until he discovered it was glass!! We are going back to the store immediately to let them know about this! Contact [email protected]

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    1. The Meijer Store in Algonquin, IL. treats their employees horribly!!!! Especially the 3rd shift employees. The GM team leader (John) over night is very
      disrespectful to his employees. He was so mean in the way he spoke to one of his female employees that she called in and quit. Another female employee who worked 3rd shift was so afraid of him(John) that she had her husband call in for her and quit. The store director (Terri) is not any better!!!! She literally told a store employee to his face in front of other employees that he was UGLY! This employee works second shift grocery and has helped me many times in the store. A very nice young man. Human Resources for Meijer really needs to start an investigation into their management team at this store, before they start loosing more employees do to management treating their employees so poorly!!!!!

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  2. I went to your Meijer store in Richmond Ky with the intention of purchasing items listed in your sale ad. This became a bit difficult because there was not a sale item to be had. Everything was gone. This sale is supposed to run through Sunday and everything was already gone on Thursday morning? With the price of gas being what it is and the fact that I drove 20 miles round trip for nothing is very frustrating. [email protected]

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  3. corporate really needs to think about taking out the first row of parking closet to store ;you cannot see cars coming without having front end of your car in traffic it is very annoying and very dangerous why have they not seen this

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  4. Dear Meijer Pharmacies,
    We have recently heard that Meijer pharmacies dispense the 'morning after pill', an abortifacient which destroys a newly conceived human being.
    Our country's first founding principle was to recognize, guarantee and defend God-given, inalienable rights, the first of which is the right to life.
    Killing innocent human beings is wrong. Whether they are elderly, mentally handicapped, unwanted, conceived in rape, terminally ill, it is still wrong!
    Our family purchases about $6000 dollars worth of Meijer's food and merchandise each year. We will shop elsewhere until we hear that Meijer pharmacies no longer sell these deadly drugs.

    Regretfully,
    the Lindgren family

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    1. Asprin is also deadly... don't take any medication or eat processed foods as it will kill you and your unborn children.

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    2. Asprin is also deadly... don't take any medication or eat processed foods as it will kill you and your unborn children.

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    3. The morning after pill only works if a woman is not pregnant yet. You should get your facts straight before freaking out for no reason. Not to mention, meijer makes more than 6k a year just on the morning after pill.

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  5. Meijer in White lake michigan needs such help. There are some really good cashiers who get taken advantage of all the time. The lady who does the shifts is on such a power trip its riduculous. I have asked for transfers twice and have been told no no no I only transfer a select few and your not it. She plays favorites to no end. I have complained numerous times about her pets to no avail, its just really sad

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  6. My 77 yr.old mother in law Betty from Ky. was shopping in your Hurstbourne store when 3 items were taken off the bill ( 2 cake mixes and a cooking oil ) but were not taken out of the cart because her husband already walked to the car and she was into her coupons to remember to take them out. She paid the 80 dollars and for the 7 dollars of the 3 items she was taken back in the office and yelled at and said she was a thief! Told she has to pay a $250 fine and on probation. NEVER stole a thing in her life and have spent thousands of dollars at your store since it opened. Common Sense took a back seat for 2 cake mixes and cooking oil. She will never step foot in a Meijers again and she is afraid of the terrible 2 managers that were mean to her and she was shaking and just shut down. Shame on that store. The new cashier never said oh we have to take those 3 items out so Betty didn't remember. A Innocent senior citizen. No record EVER! All major shopping her and her husband have done there since that store opened how foolish. My question is will the store take the high road and apologize to Betty?

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    1. I just read this, and I'm betting they didn't ever apologize. This is the same store I had trouble with.

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  7. i had a real bad experience at your store in lincoln park mi. when i purchased what i thought was a hormel cure 81 half ham. sticker price 18.99 and ham was supposed to be 1.37 per pound. went home and thought bill may have been high so i took reciept out to find out i was overcharged on this advertised 1.37 lb. ham. went back to store in record below zero temperature to return and get refund as well to complain at customer service desk to employee lynette that called back to meat dept at least 3 times. i finally walked back there and then saw meat clerk on phone with lynette. i took the sale sticker to this very inapproite decieving employee that should at least be fired but he wasnt even spoken to at the time. the clerk took the sticker looked at it called customer service back when i went back up there only to hear this lying clerk tell lynette the sale was for a bone in half ham which do NOT EVEN EXIST. hormel cure 81 have no bone in them IDIOT he thenthrew the sticker in the trash and i confronted a manager and he found the sticker ,we went back to customer service and he told lynette to refund my money as she very gracifully did when i showed her the sticker that was 1.37 a lb. and didnt say bone in..im just wondering how many other customers paid the full price for this sale item and didnt catch it as i did. sorry but you lost a customer that spent about $3500.00 a year heads should have been rolling but corperate just says thanks for your complaint. my money was refunded

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  8. Your kalamazoo , gull rd. store is unacceptable. And that's the nicest thing i can say. When an employee is fired and needs to get verification for foodstamps from dhs and your managers flag out refuse to sign the form from dhs, and cang manage to update the website that dhs goes through to verify this, there is a major problem. 2 weeks ago my husband was fired, fine no problem, but when we needed to verify this with our dhs worker we were told that he was still in the work one website as active. We have tried calling corporate, and get hung up on. We have asked the store director and she refuses to sign or even fax over a verification to our dhs worker. My next step is to get a lawyer. We could potentially be cut off of assistance because of this and neither the union, store director, hr , or corporate is responding. We are given one phone number after another which leads us to the work one automated system which does nothing for us. For something so simple we are being put through alot of unnecessary bs. Im giving it a week, if i hear nothing back and the work one site is not updated to show he is no longer there i will have a lawyer contact you and maybe then a simple signature on a verification of termination will be attainable.

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    1. My daughter is still having this problem she has a 5 month old and meijers refuses to sign the dhs paper.

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  9. Your Meijers store in Waterford #53 needs a lot more cashiers. Every Sat. morning I shop early and today there was only an express open along with the self scans, as is for most mornings. When they finally opened a regular lane there were so many people lined up I asked the cashier at the express if I could slide through. She said no problem since she had been ringing up large order all morning.
    Two people left carts because they were tired of waiting. There are a lot of grocery stores in this area so I am surprised this happens so often

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  10. Shopped at the one in Allen Park and the pork chops ,chicken and hamburger were all spoiled. My refrigerator stinks of rotten meat. This is the 2nd time in 2 months that I have shopped at Meijer and bought bad meat. Last month I shopped at the Livonia one and bought bad bacon and got sick. Unacceptable to just refund my money. Something more needs to be done

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  11. The Meijers store on Hurstbourne in Louisville, KY allowed someone to cash more than 20 of my personal checks electronically. Their response is that I should file a police report. Right - and the thief is going to run right back with my money. How could they let someone with no ID cash my checks over and over like that? Now I have a big hassle ahead of me, and I'm a senior. I've heard they don't treat their employees well, so maybe the employee(s) thought they were doing a payback to Meijers.

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  12. A month ago I was browsing @ king crab legs in the cooler & was stabbed in finger from the claw needles that were poking through the bag. Manager was courteous about event. Now I purchased a 9 oz lobster tail & made it for supper. Well was only able to eat about 1/3 of it as it had strong taste of IODINE! Where the heck do yopu purchase your lobster from???? I do not believe I will ever purchase fish products @ Meijer's again from these two incidents.

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  13. today a went to pick up a prescription at the Benton Harbor Pharmacy and was told I could not use my perks there since I had medicare as one of my insurances. When I called Corporate I was told it was a law if I used a government insurance. So I called my government Rep and was told they had never heard of such a law. Someone is not telling the truth and if it is a law it is discriminatory to all seniors on Medicare. We earned this right and it is not an entitlement. I would hope someone would get to the bottom of this problem.

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  14. We are long time customers of the Lexington Kentucky (Hamburg branch) and as such, I have to tell you that the manager (Tom) has got to go. All we hear from employees (and there are some wonderful employees/underlings) is how difficult it is to work for him and I can't tell you the times we've gone to the store to purchase items in your sale circular only to find the shelves empty, perhaps 8 out of 10 times and that is very frustrating. We love the store, the MPerks, many of the employees but management sucks at this location and sale items should not be gone on day two of the sale. It should be managements job to make sure that shelves are replenished and as a customer, I shouldn't always have to seek that assistance. I'm the customer, not an employee.

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  15. Well I love your employees in Indiana at the Camby store tell the manager store to call me when a problem has risen I bought a pair of Jamie Slide Wave Zone Sandals out of the Camby Indiana store I fell last Thursday with them on someone is going to pay my medical bills plus pain and suffering if not then someone is getting sued!

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  16. I broke my right elbow and sprang my left arm and pretty upset that no one on Facebook had the common decentency call me or message back? Someone better get in contact with me or this goes to court.

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  17. You should take a good look at your gas prices. We have your charge card and use for gas mostly. But lately we go else where. Even with your money off the gas is almost 10 cents more per gallon.
    You really should do something. we are from Michigan.

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  18. Why you opening a new Meijer in Manistee, MI when you CAN'T KEEP THE SHELVES STOCKED, in the Ludington, Store. The store director should be held accountable....!

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    1. It is not the store directors fault. The problem exists in many many Meijer stores. It is the central ordering system they have.

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  19. Davison meijer Pharmacy sent the p.a. paperwork to the wrong dr last friday, we had to notify them of this and here it is 5 days later now and we still dont have the script. ins is denying it now cause they think we are dr shopping when it was the pharmacy's fault.. a couple months back they shorted us 20 pills on a script and they knew it when we returned because they didnt even do a count on their supply. have contacted corp and still no resolution to how they fix this.

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  20. Canton Mi store seems to get sale items that are expired or close to it, I was there April 11, 2015 & a sale item that I wanted had several (7 that I counted and there were probably more, but I did not bother looking) boxes that had Mar. 28, 2015 date. Another problem is late shopping, if you have a problem it is hard to find someone to help you, the service desk is closed, you have to use Uscan (takes longer since you have to scan & when done then you bag & if you need help you have to look for the person who is suppose to be there & chances are they tell you to return in the AM when service desk is open. If a store is open, they should have someone there to be able to serve the customer's needs & not tell them to return the next day.

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  21. Your Lima, Ohio store is filthy! I mean cleanable CRUD that COULD BE CLEANED WITH ELBOW GREASE AND AN SOS PAD. Yet in told by service desk associates that nothing can be fine about it. The same with the over flowing used kotex recepticles in the ladies restrooms. IS THIS SANITARY!? DURING MY VISIT TODAY I also witnessed cruddy and trashy floors in the restaurant area.

    Doesn't the Meijer guest matter anymore? We sure don't have a pleasant shopping experience! And no one seems to care.

    Walmart stores are nicer and cleaner than this store!

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  22. When is your ACME TWP./Williamsberg MI store opening ? Will there be a grand opening ?

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  23. I have been a regular shopper at your Southgate, MI, store for the last 5 years. In the past year, I have noticed that the store is going downhill. I see empty shelves, items that I used to buy but are not longer available and the bakery department (bread) is horrible. I used to buy sliced Italian bread which I can no longer get. I have to ask to have a loaf sliced, that is if you have the bread at all. I have begun shopping at Kroger now. I am not the only person dissatisfied with this store. If you have changed managers, you need to fire that person as they do not know how to keep their customers happy. So sad.

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  24. Molly Carter
    10 hrs · Louisville, KY ·



    I went to Meijer’s just doing some holiday shopping after work, whenever I go I cannot resist getting the cookies from the bakery. Meijer’s is top notch in the baking department. But sadly on this day I couldn’t get those cookies. Instead on this day I received an unpleasant, un-festive show that was heart wrenching. A young girl working in the bakery was crying while a manager was throwing bread and cookies on the floor. He eventually walked off and seeing this girl cry… broke my heart so I went up and asked her what was going on. She told me she just clocked in for the day and the manager was having a fit. She was uneasy that he was throwing stuff around but she let it go. After a while it had become too hostile for her and he proceeded to tell her she was worthless and needed to do her job better. Keep in mind…. this is in front of the store. I felt so bad for this girl I asked her if there was anyone I could call for her. I cannot believe Meijer’s on Westport road in Louisville, KY would allow this disrespectful manager to still be employed there. I also cannot believe after two weeks of this happening he is still in the same department as this girl. As a consumer, I am terrified to eat anything from the bakery because now I wonder if they just put all this stuff back on the shelf. I have since talked to this girl again and the store director has not kept her word to move this girl to a different department, has not suspended the manager like promised. Please
    This was on facebook. The store is in Louisville, KY

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  25. I completed an on-line application with the Rochester Hills Meijer's. Soon after, I was contacted by a
    gentleman by the name of George who said he was the store co-manager for the Rochester Hills Meijer. After his phone interview he requested that I come in the following day with my Social Security card because he wanted to hire me. He also wanted me to meet with a Store Manager by the name of Pam Park. George said that my phone interview went very well and he was prepared to hire me, but I had to interview with Pam Park as well.
    I left my first shift job early to get to the Meijer's Rochester Hills store in time. (Which meant that I lost a couple of hours of pay in order to get to the job interview at the Rochester Hills location).
    Driving to the that Meijer location that day was a blinding snowstorm (It was a complete white out). I got there and followed the George's directions. When I got to the service desk the customer service rep paged "Pam Park." Then I was told by the customer service representative that Pam told her that she wont meet with me. She told to just come back tomorrow morning instead.
    I told her I cannot do that. (I work another job and I was not going to take more time off of my other job to come back tomorrow morning). I was on time and there was no reason for her to do that to me.
    I will not make the mistake of working for Meijer. If the manager (Pam Park) had any courtesy or a brain in her head, she should have had the decency to call me ahead of time to cancel. I lost a couple of hours of pay, gas in my vehicle, and my time. How would SHE FEEL if a prospective employee just carelessly "blew her off" and waisted HER PRECIOUS TIME?
    Why would anyone want to work for a company that treats its prospective employees like crap?
    Pam Park, I realize that you must think your above everyone else, but you're not. Maybe this is one of the reasons Meijer cannot fill its minimum wage cashier positions. McDonald's starting wage for cashiers is $9.50 an hour. Home Depot and Lowe's are paying wages of $10.00 an hour.
    You are not management material Ms. Pam Park. You would do better cleaning out dog kennels for the Humane Society.
    I am writing to Meijer Corporate and asking them if this is the kind of treatment that they extend to their prospective employees. Is this their corporate code of ethics?
    After reading the above comments, I question why people would want to work for Meijer. I am glad that there is other competition out there ie: Target, Wal-Mart, Kroger, Aldi, and V.G's that can treat their employees and customers with respect. You don't see huge lines of people waiting in those stores like you do in Meijer Stores.
    Thanks Pam Park for showing me that I do not want to work for heartless hag like you.

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  26. I shop at your Bloomingdale IL store almost daily. I have come to think of them as my friends. You have some of the greatest cashiers ever. I notice that the old store director Dean is no longer working at the Bloomingdale IL store. He was a nice guy, always said hi to the customers when they were doing their shopping. I notice that a new store director is now at your Bloomingdale IL store. This store director's name is Mike. He doesn't say anything to his customers, he will walk right past you and not say a word. I am starting to notice that there are a lot of new faces at my Bloomingdale IL meijer store. I am not seeing some of my regular cashiers as much anymore. When I was checking out I asked my cashier where one of my favorite cashiers that I always go to was, if he had the day off or he was on vacation. My cashier told me that "Our store just got a new store director and he is starting to slash everyone's hours". I stood there in disbelief that someone brand new to the store would mess with people's livelihoods. A lot of the people that work at the Bloomimgdale meijer store depend on that job for income, as it is their only job. For someone like Mike to come in and cut everyone's hours is really disrespectful and it's shameful to ALL of the employees of that store. You have GREAT workers at that store and I would hate to see a lot of employees start quitting. But with the way the economy is going, a store director needs to respect his employees and leave their hours alone. Let your part time employees work their 30 hour weeks. It breaks my heart to see that Mike the store director does not value his employees at all, he only cares about himself. It's shameful behavior and I think a lot of employees will leave eventually. This behavior should not be tolerated and it should be stopped. These employees are what make your store. Let's see the managers(the ones that wear blue shirts), run cash registers, push shopping carts, and put away returns. Let's see how the managers like having to do their job and the jobs of everyone else, all because your store director MIKE only cares about saving $.

    Shameful behavior. Absolutely sickening. I am seriously considering taking my business elsewhere! Mariano's is opening soon..Maybe I will see some of my favorite workers from Meijer working at Mariano's when they open. People have to do what they have to do to survive!

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  27. Lessye Black, a employee of your New Meijer at 21431 Grandriver in Detroit, a manager in the bakery dept. As a team leader she did not informed her Management that she would be traveling this pass weekend April 22-25,2016. Lessye was in a car accident and she has a lawsuit pending. She has been approved for a leave with pay from Meijer.

    This pass weekend April 22-25,2016 Lessye Black took a trip to Nassau,Bahamas. Ms.Black did not inform Meijer that she would be leaving out the country, nor did she request permission to travel. This was significant work rules specifically required employees to “remain in the immediate vicinity” of their home while utilizing sick leave, unless they were seeking treatment or attending to “ordinary or necessary activities directly related to personal or family needs.” Lessye Black traveled with Carnival Cruise line Ship Fantasy April 22-25 of 2016 and Spirit Airlines Flight going 6:30am was 417 Friday 22,2016 coming back Monday25,2016 was flight 380 at 8:20pm
    Lessye Black was also at the 10 year Anniversary banquet Yesterday April 27,2016.As if she has no done anything wrong. You need to check into this. I have Pictures

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  28. My name is Chad A. Gipson I work at meijers in lapeer . I got hurt on the job due to a hole in the tile floor, and a L cart missing a wheel. I have been treated like a criminal, when I was actually the victim, and I have had enough, if Rori and , Mary would have delt with me in a proactive way instead of a demeaning reactive way I may have delt with this in a different manner, I have been in pain for two months, and have been put in a position that has turned my fellow employee's against me because they have had to do the work I used to do , very poor management, I should of been put into a different department until I could possibly heal instead Rori is keeping me in the meat deparment in my opinion to cause aggression and try and get me to quit I really need someone high up in the company to talk to me, because I am so upset with the way things have been handled that I am ready to go to the media , the news and explain how I have been wronged, and how this should never happen to anyone else its absurd, I am the Victim due to unsafe work place. I really think the world needs to hear this true story its dispicable and will never happen again.

    Chad A, Gipson

    248-904-6032

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  29. Meijer store in Bloomingdale, Il is terrible. Never enough registers open.

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  30. Shopping at Meijer in Bloomingdale, Il is a nightmare.They never seem to schedule enough cashiers.It seems like there are more customers than there are workers in that store. Lately there have only been 3 and 4 cashiers. I have stood in LONG lines and will never do that again. I have seen customers go up to the registers to check out and saw that the lines were backed up and ended up leaving their groceries and walking out. People just stand around at the service desk with no customers and DON'T even bother to open a register. I am so done with Meijer not to mention other customers that were saying when the new grocery store opens across the street, they will shop there instead.I am totally disgusted with Meijer.That store either needs to schedule more cashiers or lose customers.Even the Jewel has 7 cashiers at a time. Meijer is absolutely ridiculous. People get tired of standing in LONG lines!!!

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  31. You have an employee at the store on 9th St in Kalamazoo that is posting inappropriate pics of things on facebook that she does with the donuts she is making. If I could post them here, I would. You should check into it. Her name is Patricia Adams.

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  32. Just wanted to say that management at store 163 is very poor!! Employees are treated like garbage !!! Too bad that the whole company has succumbed to CORPORATE GREED!! FRED WOULD BE ROLLING OVER IN HIS GRAVE IF HE KNEW HOW NASTY SOME OF HIS MANAGERS ARE!!!

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  33. just wanted you to know that you have a problem with one of your products. It is the Meijer storage bags with the double zipper that clicks when closed lot #N2942054111. when I opened the bag after being sealed the top of the bag ripped open and left the bag still zipped shut. I noticed that the point in which the gripper zipper is placed that the plastic is to thin and allowed the bag top to completely come off when pulled. please do something about this product as I feel that it is a substandard product at the moment.

    thanks for listening [email protected]@yahoo.com

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  34. There is a problem with your lack of staffing at the Bloomingdale IL store, #198. I have been shopping at this Meijer location for years. I want to bring it to your attention that I have noticed an issue with the amount of cart pushers you currently have at this location. I shop here daily and spend a lot of $ to help keep your business open. This store had over 10 cart pushers at one point over the years. There are now only 4 cart pushers that I see on a daily basis. Why can you not keep your cart pushers? Do you honestly expect 4 cart pushers to be able to handle that huge parking lot? Your remaining cart pushers won't stick around especially since the holiday season is quickly approaching. If you are not going to hire more cart pushers, then you need to do the ALDI cart system. Then you won't have to worry about someone collecting the shopping carts. Right now I notice that your customers leave the shopping carts all over the parking lot, not caring if they leave their cart right next to or behind a car. Real lack of respect from those customers who are too lazy to put the cart back in the corral. I see a real lack of employees in this location on a daily basis. You never have enough cash registers open. You see service desk people standing around not doing anything, they could go open a register when they see lines are building up. Why the lack of cashiers at this location? In regards to the cart pusher issue, perhaps if your remaining cart pushers do end up leaving, the managers will finally take notice and do something about it. It's time for the blue shirt managers to go out there and help the 4 guys with carts. Instead these blue shirt managers are too busy going to smoke under the "smoking hut" for long periods of time, not caring about cart pushers having to work by themselves. That is poor management. This store is going downhill very fast. You know there is a new grocery store opening across the street soon, what is it going to take for things to improve at my Meijer in Bloomingdale? I am a loyal shopper, but I will stop shopping here if things do not change. Other stores will get my business.

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  35. I have an issue with the Bloomingdale store, #198 that needs to be brought to your attention. Why do you allow cart pushers to be on their cell phones while they are working? Every time I shop at this store, I see 2 cart pushers working. There is always 1 cart pusher always on their cell phone, and they aren't just doing a quick check of the time either, I have seen cart pushers on their cell phones for 5-10 minutes at a time. I work too and this type of behavior is not acceptable in my workplace. Why are the managers not doing anything about this issue? You are paying your cart pushers to work, not to be on their cell phones. The cart pushers that are always on their cell phones while they are working, they are making your company look bad and management does need to do something about this issue. Perhaps taking cell phones away from employees when they punch in and they only get their cell phone on their breaks/lunch. I have been a longtime shopper here, but seeing this happening every time I shop is making me not want to shop at your store anymore. There are people out there that actually want to work, why do you employ people that don't want to work and think they can be on their cell phones while they are working?

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  36. I have been a shopper at Meijer in Bloomingdale, Il for years. I heard that one of the blue shirt managers by the name of John Capps was fired. It's about time. He was one of the rudest people who worked there. Every time I was there, all I ever saw him doing was sitting on his ass outside smoking a cigarette along with his buddy Eric.The impression that I got of John Capps is that he only cared about himself and not the workers or customers. He definitely did not belong at Meijer. He would make a better bouncer in a bar than a team leader in a store. All I can say is thank you to the person who fired him.

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  37. In Toledo we love our meijer stores for great prices, high quality products, & awesome customer service.
    Today I shopped Monroe MI meijer & received the same wonderful service, especially from Sandy at the check out at 11a.m. Thanks meijer for being in our area!

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  38. In Toledo we love our meijer stores for great prices, high quality products, & awesome customer service.
    Today I shopped Monroe MI meijer & received the same wonderful service, especially from Sandy at the check out at 11a.m. Thanks meijer for being in our area!

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  39. Today i was shopping at the Meijer in Bloomingdale IL. The store was very crowded. There were no carts in the garage by the grocery side. I looked out and saw only 1 cart pusher struggling to keep up with the entire lot. That is a big parking lot and i shop there all the time. 1 person can't keep up with the entire parking lot, especially on a Saturday. You need to have more cart people on a busy weekend. I ended up going outside to get my own cart. Get it together Meijer. There's less than a month left before Thanksgiving. Get more people out there on the weekend so 1 person isn't struggling to keep up.

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  40. What's going on with the Meijer in Allen Park Mi. in receiving area it looks like a bomb went off in there it's a huge fire hazard with one person to run all the docks run the back door and he's the only one with the key so you have drivers standing out in the cold only to enter at warehouse that is a huge nasty mess with barely a path to walk through with our carts only to encounter employees and bumping into them what a mess if a customer could see that mess they wouldn't shop there the fire marshal should be called to that place you should be closed down if a fire ever breaks out there. Thers going to be people dying in that building all do to understaffing and unskilled labor. I'll post photos of your back room and Facebook page just so everybody maybe corporate will see it and do something what a mess in a nightmare why you should be ashamed if things don't change by Christmas I personally will call the fire marshal

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  41. I live in Louisville Ky and I have a question.I was wondering if you all could donate some Peanut Butter and/or dog/cat treats. Our Animal shelters here are in desperate need of Peanut Butter to help make treats for the dogs they also use greenbeans to mix in with the treats. There are so many animals throughout the states that people are just throwing away into these shelters. I have heard you all feed the homeless and donate things every year I was wondering if any of the animal shelters were included. Metro Animal Shelter and KHS in Louisville need supplies for these unwanted babies. I do the best I can considering my lousy disability check. They make treats from paper towel and toilet paper rolls. The mixture with the Peanut Butter greenbeans etc are stuffed into the tubing and given as treats. Can you all help to make a good Christmas for the shelter animals this year as well. I don't shop anywhere but Meijer your new building on Preston hwy here, is right behind my house and a 10 minute walk for me.

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  42. I happened to be in Cincinnati this past week, and being a fan of live theater I watched the NBC live production of Hairspray. I was impressed with the production, but found my favorite and most memorable part of the broadcast was the Meier commercials 'Believe'. In this era, most are quick to complain, but I thought you might like to know your absence of corporate greed in favor of humanity was greatly appreciated, at least by myself.
    Your stores are not located near my south Florida home, but I will frequent your stores when I visit family in SW Ohio. Thank you again for a creative, emotional commercial.

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  43. I just used the new check outs at meijer standale..... Hate them !!! what a pain in the blank...... I hope they instal some like they just took out so we have a choice between pain in the as* and workable...... My scans I bag but with new checks out its just blank !!!!!!

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  44. Your Bloomingdale store, #198 is going through a remodel right now. the store is an absolute mess, and you have the bathrooms closed off by the health and beauty section. Very inconvenient to us shoppers. I have been shopping at this store for years now. Why are you doing remodeling during the day, when you have customers? you just had a new grocery store, Marianos open up across the street about a few weeks ago. Your store is so deserted now. Every time I drive past Mariano's, their parking lot is always filled up to capacity, no matter what day of the week it is. I see less cash registers open during the day now since Mariano's opened up. Why are you cutting back on your staffing? I am seeing my regular cashiers whose lines I go through less and less. Each time I do go through 1 of their checkout lines, I ask them "where have you been lately?" and they tell me "our hours have been cut, so i only work a few days a week now"? Meijer you need to give your cashiers their hours back, why are you making your customers suffer by making them wait in even longer checkout lines now and WHY are you making your employees suffer? These employees have family, HOW DARE YOU cut their hours. Meijer you better get your act together real fast before all of your customers end up abandoning Meijer to shop at Mariano's. Shameful, sickening behavior at the Bloomingdale Meijer. I have been shopping here for years, that will be changing very soon if this store doesn't start treating their employees better. I actually did decide to shop at Mariano's the other day and I saw former meijer employees working there. I am losing faith in my Bloomingdale Meijer. Perhaps a complete overhaul in management is needed, starting from the top and getting new managers to come and fix the Bloomingdale Meijer. These cashiers are not happy, I can see it in their faces. They don't know what to do and most are telling me they are looking for 2nd and 3rd jobs to make ends meet. Shame on you Meijer! This job is people's livelihoods!

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  45. I have been going to Meijer in ((KOKOMO, INDIANA)) and ive noticed a woman that is a manager of some type wearing inappropriate pants. They are very see through and i can see her butt and her vagina when she bends over the counter and my son pointed it out to me the other day. It very unprofessional and i'm very upset about it. Her name on her name tag is Kailey. She works in customer service and has a Piercing on her upper lip. I would like for her to be told to wear appropriate pants to work because her indecency is causing me not to want to shop there. My son is much too young to be seeing that type a thing. Especially from an employee its very inappropriate!!!

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  46. My days of shopping at your Bloomingdale IL, store #198 are coming to an end. This store is being run into the ground. Shelves constantly empty, no workers to be found, ridiculously long lines at the checkouts. Your cashiers look absolutely miserable. I am seeing my favorite cashiers LESS and LESS now. When i do go there to shop i go to my favorite cashiers lines when they are there and ask them "Where have you been"? they then tell me "they are cutting our hours every week". My message to the Meijer managers at the Bloomingdale store: SHAME ON YOU!!!! How do you expect your cashiers to survive on low hours every single week? The Bloomingdale Meijer needs a COMPLETE OVERHAUL in management, starting from the store manager and then completely new blue shirt managers. This store HAS competition right across the street, HAVE THEY FORGOTTEN THAT???? I feel very bad for these cashiers. They are upset, not happy to be working at Meijer. Replace ALL the managers! This store is NOT going to survive if this continues. I have been shopping at this Meijer SINCE it opened. That will be COMING TO AN END VERY SOON if things do NOT improve!!!!

    Signed,

    Pissed off current customer

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  47. My days of shopping at your Bloomingdale IL store are over. I have been a longtime shopper and the store has really gone downhill, especially in the past year. First of all, you never have enough registers open up front, every time I shop at this store, there are 2 registers open. I shop mostly in the mornings, i have started shopping in the evenings and continue to see new cashiers there every single time I shop there. What is going on with this store? Why are you continuing to hire even more cashiers? There's cashiers that I've gotten to know over the years, I am seeing them less and less now. When i do shop there and go through one of my favorite cashier's lines, i ask the cashier "how come I keep seeing new cashiers and I don't see you that much anymore?" the cashier's response "our service team leader continues to hire more and more cashiers and he's cutting all the rest of our hours. I have a major problem with that and I can't support this store anymore. That service team leader needs to be replaced with someone that actually has compassion and cares about his employees. These cashiers are very unhappy and I can see it in their faces every time I shop there. They look defeated and look miserable. One of the cashiers lines that I went through, she told me "I had to get 2 more jobs to be able to make ends meet, since our boss cut everyone's hours". That's not acceptable, period! This store is in the process of a remodel right now and I want to know how the remodel is being paid for. I'm done giving the Bloomingdale Meijer my $ and I'm telling all of my friends and family to never step foot in this store ever again. My message to the front end managers at the Bloomingdale Meijer: stop hiring so many new people and let the people who've been there for years get the hours. Be fair and have compassion for your employees. At the rate this store is going, it's not going to make it with the current management team. Time for ALL of the managers at the Bloomingdale Meijer to be replaced! I hope that most of your cashiers find better jobs and leave this sorry excuse for a retail store.



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  48. on 29 march 2017 approx. 5:30 P:M; I went to mejiers Highland In. purchased ground sirloin at the meat counter. When the employee at the meat counter was taking the ground sirloin from the tray THE INNER PART OF THE GROUND SIRLOIN WAS BROWN. Which indicates it has been there for several days to turn brown. I asked that I would like the ground sirloin that was RED in color not the brown old sirloin. He said he would comply.
    Than he should me the ground sirloin that he had gotten from behind the showcase as being red. When I unwrapped the sirloin about 1/2 hour later to prepare it . Found that he had given me the BROWN OLD SIRLOIN< THEN CAREFULLY WRAPPED IT WITH THE FRESH RED SIRLOIN . I mentioned this to a family friend same day he had the same experience and described the man to me it was the same description as the person who gave me the old brown sirloin. Is this person trying to give the customers food poisoning with old brown meat ?? Ironically I called the store on 30 mar.2017 spoke to store manager and related what had occurred she told me to throw the ground sirloin away and come into the store with the receipt for a refund.Which is greatly appreciated. But that does not resolve the issue that this person is selling brown old meat which could create a medical issue. I was told he was closing that night.Best described wearing glasses gray hair tall

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  49. I have been trading at Meijer in Louisville KY (Hurstbourne location) ever since they opened. It has been a month now since I have been able to buy
    water out of the water machine. I've talked with two managers about it but nothing has been done to the machine. If I have to purchase water somewhere else I will also but all of my groceries at the other location.

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  50. I get gas at your Bloomingdale IL, Meijer location every single day. You have a guy cashier that is helping out from the store. He is the friendliest person out of all the people that i've seen working at the gas station. You need to keep him at the gas station all the time, he has a great personality and I enjoy being waited on by him. He's a great employee and deserves a spot at the gas station.

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  51. I was buying your Meijer cat food for about 6 months and out of that I have had 2 of my cats die from the stuff that is in your food. I put them on purina and have not had a problem urinary tract and crystals in the bladder. I had to put my 4 yr old cat down today after he had eaten your food and he is not the only one. I had to get your food for about a month again and he wasnt on it that long and I lost him. You may want to think about getting your food recheck as the ingredients that you put into ARE NOT natural or good for pets. I would love to have my babies back but, I can't and it's all because I bought meijer cat food. Never ever in a lifetime will I buy your stuff again for pets as whatever it is it kills them and NO they were very healthly and very very well cared for.

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  52. ive been a meijer shopper for years. i shop at the Bloomingdale Meijer store #198(that's what it says on my receipt). I did my shopping and went to the checkout lanes and there were only 2 registers open(NON self checkout). To my shock the cashier whose line I went through, she was covered in tattoos. Meijer in Bloomingdale, are you that desperate for help that you'll hire tattoo covered people? I'm never shopping here again, I'll be telling all my friends and family to NEVER step foot in store #198. Mariano's just gained a NEW customer! Store 198 needs a complete overhaul in management.

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  53. I hear the employees getting hours cut because of slow season at kokomo store but of all years there never had ita before..Is this management lining their own pockets because they save corporate money by not paying profits to their employees for hours worked? Also heard they hired marsh cashiers at a higher starting pay rate compared to other new employees? Because of their experience and lost of working for a closing company? Has mejiers always start different employees out on different pay scales based on past experience? So if I been a supervisor in any workplace for say 15 or so years and applied at kokomo store would I be entitled to hire pay then your starting pay hires and over other cashiers that's been there longer then me no matter they been there a few months to a year or so?

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  54. Does a union need to be organized in the kokomo or other stores....Seems like a lot of unhappy employees and some customers

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