San Francisco will soon get two Fresh and Easy Neighborhood Markets. Hurray!
Realize that minimum wage in San Francisco is $9.92, so starting salaries will be at $10 per hour but there’ll be medical benefits for those working 20 or more hours per week.
The Richmond District store will open on June 22, 2011 (deets here at the Richmond District Blog) and the Bayview outlet will come along a little later on August 24 – (I’m sure we’ll hear from Supervisor Malia Cohen when the time comes…)
In the meantime, consider yourselves pwned, NIMBYs of the Richmond District. PWNED, you hear me?
Fresh & Easy Announces San Francisco Opening Dates – Hiring Underway at Both Locations
SAN FRANCISCO May 23, 2011 — Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market today announced the opening dates for its first two stores in San Francisco. These store openings will create more than 50 good jobs and the company is currently accepting applications for positions on its website at www.freshandeasy.com/joinus.
Fresh & Easy will open two stores in San Francisco this summer:
— 32nd Ave. & Clement St. June 22 – (3132 Clement)
— 3rd St. & Carroll Ave. August 24
“I look forward to the Fresh & Easy store opening and welcoming a new business that is partnering with the community and giving back to schools and community organizations in the Richmond District,” said San Francisco Supervisor Eric Mar.
“We could not be more thrilled with the strong performance of our first 11 stores in Northern California and we’re excited to get our doors open in San Francisco,” said Tim Mason, Fresh & Easy CEO. “Judging by the fantastic reception we’ve seen from customers throughout the Bay Area, we are certain these stores will also be a hit.”
Entry-level positions start at $10 an hour in California and offer quarterly bonuses of up to 10% as well as a 401(k) with company match. The company believes everyone deserves access to affordable and comprehensive healthcare and provides all employees the opportunity to work at least 20 hours per week, which entitles everyone to vision, prescription drug, dental and medical coverage with Fresh & Easy paying at least 75%.
For each new store opening, Fresh & Easy invites neighbors to nominate a local, non-profit organization to receive a $1,000 donation. Based off the nominations from the neighborhood, store employees will select the winning charity. Charity nominations are currently being accepted for 32nd & Clement at www.freshandeasy.com/goodneighbor, nominations for 3rd & Carroll will be accepted in July.
To learn more about Fresh & Easy, neighbors and customers are invited to join Friends of Fresh & Easy at www.freshandeasy.com/friends. By joining, customers will have access to exclusive offers, the latest news on their favorite products and a free canvas bag.
About Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market
Fresh & Easy operates 175 stores in California, Arizona and Nevada. In addition to fresh prepared meals, meats and produce, Fresh & Easy offers everyone’s favorite national brand products and household items, all at unbelievably low prices. The grocer’s popular fresh&easy brand products have no artificial colors or flavors, no added trans fats, no high-fructose corn syrup, and only use preservatives when absolutely necessary.
On average, Fresh & Easy stores use 30% less energy than a typical supermarket, which helps customers save money – and also helps the environment. Fresh & Easy uses LED lighting in external signs and freezer cases, offers customer recycling in every store and uses advanced refrigeration and freezer units to cut back on energy usage. The company also recycles or reuses all of its display packaging, sending the majority back through its distribution center.
For more information about Fresh & Easy, visit www.freshandeasy.com. Also follow the company on Twitter at: www.twitter.com/fresh_and_easy and become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/freshandeasy.
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