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Chapter 8 Human Resources

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  • 1. Wegmans By Shane Period 3
  • 2. CEO
    • The current CEO of Wegmans is Danny Wegman
    • His grandfather Walter Wegman founded the company in 1916
    • Wegman’s revenue was 4.8 billion in 2008
  • 3. Headquarters
    • Wegmans headquarters is in Rochester, New York
    • Wegmans has 37,000 employees
  • 4. Jobs
    • Wegmans is hiring cashiers, clerks, managers, chefs, and shelf stockers
    • If you are applying for a job at Wegmans you need to be in high school or have a high school diploma
  • 5. Benefits
    • Free yoga classes, 10% discount on food, and health benefits
  • 6. Working Enviroment
    • Wegmans has a friendly working enviroment and new technology to work with. Fellow employees are always willing to help.
  • 7. Average Pay, Job Growth
    • The average pay for a store manager is $49,411
    • The average pay for a customer service employee is $27,414
  • 8. Top Products
    • Groceries, restaurant, and bakery
  • 9. Advertising
    • Wegmans is only located from New York to Virginia so they do not advertise nationally. They advertise by commercials and newspaper advertisments.