About 50 folks got laid off already, we'll have more cuts and more locations will be closed. In short, the customer preferences are changing and we are caught in the middle. There is no more loyalty as far as customer is concerned, Amazon is changing... read more
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A very general term. Hyvee has been known for exceeding at service for years. The company needs to get back to basics. That's simple customers not bagging their own groceries. Long check out lines etc. The best produce at affordable prices. This is... read more
4/13/2017 Never in the history of the comapnay has this ever happened, guessing it is only round one of many
Don't believe the previous poster. I've worked for Hy-Vee for six years and I've never heard of any mass layoffs occurring. Even when the Lenexa, KS store was closed, I believe most, if not all, employees were able to transfer to other Kansas City... read more
Probably in the second half of 2014
Charles Hyde and David Vredenburg opened a small general store in 1930 in Beaconsfield, Iowa. Today' employee-owned Hy-Vee chain operates over 230 grocery stores and drugstores in Illinois, Iowa (home to approximately half of the company's stores)... read more