Meijer Corporate Office

Meijer Corporate Office Address

Meijer, Inc.
2929 Walker Ave
Grand Rapids, MI 49544

Contact Meijer

Phone Number: (616) 453-6711
Fax Number: (616) 791-2572
Email: Email Meijer


CEO: Hank Meijer and Mark Murray
CFO: Jim Walsh
COO: J.K. Symancyk

Meijer History

Meijer was founded in 1934 in Greenville by Hendrik Meijer.  The first employee was Hendrik’s 14 year old son Frederik (Fred) Meijer.  Additional locations were opened in Ionia and Cedar Springs.

By the 1960s, there were two dozen locations in Western Michigan.

In 1962, the first modern layout “supercenter” design was opened in Grand Rapids.

Under increased competition from Wal-Mart, Meijer has had to lay off a significant number of employees in recent years.  They have also outsourced almost all their Information Technology positions to India.

In 2011, long time CEO Fred Meijer passed away at the age of 91.

Today, Meijer is one of America’s largest private companies.  They operate nearly 200 stores in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois and Kentucky.


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Carl knouse December 27, 2014 at 1:22 pm

I know I wont hear any thing about this but I was at your gaylord michigan store this morning I spent over 300 on grocerys in a self check out line my wife took our grand daughter over to the riding horse after paying for our grocerys and I said I would go out to the truck with both our carts and your door checker ( nellie) stops me and asks to see a receipt because I hadnt put in a bag if I go to this store by my self this girl treats me like a dirt ball if I go with anyone of my family members she says hi I really give a shit less if this girl says hi to me or not but to only stop me to see a receipt very rude also is bull shit. But I know you will do nothing about it because you can careless about customer service


Pam Gresley December 19, 2014 at 8:35 pm

I would like to send a big thank you to Emily, who works in the Pharmacy Dept at the Battle Creek Beckley rd store. She has went above and beyond to help me solve an issue with my medications. Also a shout out to Twonna from the Beckley rd gas station who is always cheerful and eager to help with anything. Thanks to both these wonderful ladies. I am glad that they are a part of the Meijers family and also making my shopping at Meijers pleasent. Merry Christmas, Pam


Denise Pawlowski December 19, 2014 at 2:28 pm

I JUST RETURNED from your store. My shopping experience was not a good one. I had prepared the day before by going to M perks and clicking on coupons and special savings. I printed my list and headed to the store. I couldn’t find the pj sets that were on sale for men and women. When I went to the register the cashier asked me if I had loaded my m perks info because nothing came up. I said I had. He told me that there was a 5% off special running today and I needed the entry to get it. It wasn’t on the phone the day before. Now here’s the problem : it’s my husband’s phone and he was at work. I was also not happy I had to go log into the site again to get the savings. I went to customer service with my receipt and my shopping list but they could do nothing. All of this is very frustrating to me. I think you as a corporation are leaving out the older population from your offers. Because I’m not savvy and don’t have my own site I can’t get your offers without much trouble. My step mother (80) on limited income can’t get your offers. Next time I’ll hand the phone to the clerk and have them check the site for me. Always shop with someone up to date or loose out. What are your customer service people for if they can’t fix your problem?Another complaint is being handed register generated coupons for items I just purchased with a short due date. What kind of offer is that? I wouldn’t be needing those items for a month in most cases. I also hate being. handed a coupon for something I just bought for next time- 10.00 off your next foot ware purchase when you just purchased shoes for example. I call those psuedo coupons or giving you something you’ll never really use. I would be happy to have been able to use it on the shoes I did buy. Give me real offers not these useless things.


Hazel LaCroix December 11, 2014 at 10:42 am

I understand that you are pulling the Chase Bank out of your store, located in Lapeer, Michigan
THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE………Kroger’s supermarket is right across the street, the main reason I shop at Meijers is because of the Chase Bank
I did complain by phone, and Faith was the contact person I talked with. She was polite and considerate.
PLEASE CHANGE YOUR MIND, many many many people and businesses use and recommend this Chase Bank in your store
Sincerely, Hazel LaCroix


Hazel LaCroix December 11, 2014 at 10:45 am

On this site, I see a lot of complaints that seem reasonable to me

It does not bode well, someone up there needs to upgrade your image


Robert Adams December 3, 2014 at 11:29 am

On Thanksgiving day I tried to pay the Meijer bill online (like I’ve done in the past) and went round and round and was not able to access the web site to pay the bill. After a call to MasterCard I found out the card I had was no good any more and a new bank was handling the credit card. After a long time on the phone I was added to my wife’s account so I could talk to someone. After a long time I finally was able to get into the new web site and pay the bill. I still have no credit card and my mperks don’t work. I was told it takes 2 weeks to get a new card. I guess you don’t want me to use it that much. I have called your crappy call call centers several times and have still no resolved the situation to my satisfaction. It is almost a week later. you hide like cowards behind call centers. Hang up on me. Give me incorrect information. I ask for a supervisor I get cut off. DO YOU REALLY WANT ME TO USE YOUR CREDIT CARD!!! All you have to say Meijer doesn’t not care if people use their credit card. If this is the customer service you provide I will probably not do business with Meijer.


Freda Thomas December 1, 2014 at 3:39 pm

Thursday November 27, 2014 I went into the Meijer store in Wixom, Michigan to purchase a DVD ,the wizard of oz. I walked up to the counter in electronics. Behind the counter there was a female and a male. Both of them pretended not to see me. The male walked off. I could tell by her actions that she wished I would go away so that she would not have to assist me. Finally after 10 minutes she acts like she wants to assist me-until another customer walked up, she looked relieved . I was there first but she stopped assisting me- and told me that she was going to assist her and will be back later to assist me. I am not prejudice, but she showed that she was. I am African American , and she was Caucasian. I had other DVDs to purchase. But after that treatment, I put them down and left the store . I feel that my money is just as good as the next person. It is a shame that people are still so prejudice. When working in the public there will be all kinds of races, and if you can’ deal with it – it’s best to find another job where you do not have to deal with other races. I will not shop where I am not wanted.


Mike November 28, 2014 at 11:02 pm

I work at 161 in Lexington Ky. The new manager John Jacobs is not friendly at all….. the blue shirts team come and go when they want and think they are better then anyone else. 2nd your point system sucks, pay sucks and the way top out pay is. Meijer is not a family run place anymore all they care about is making money and dont care who they run over that includes the disabled. If you want to keep employees you need to pay them a fair wage and treat them with respect. They bring you this money to you every day you owe them big time.dont take advantage of the little guys Michigan Corp. Or one day you might find no one. … and ultimately be ran of Kentucky by Kroger, Costco, Walmart and Target and i will personally see to this if things dont get better for all team members at Meijer.


Anonymous November 5, 2014 at 10:08 am

Hello, Hank. I work at meijer and ever since I started, it has been getting progressively worse. The management especially. All they care about is cutting hours so they can get that bonus check at the end of the year. I am trying to go to school and live. Also, meijer says they are a “family company”. if so, why have I been forced to work on one of the most important family days of all? I have not been able to see my family on Thanksgiving for 4 years now because of it.


Jennine Harkins October 31, 2014 at 10:19 pm

This name and the name on my schedule at Meijer store 169 are different. There is a reason for that, but it’s not a good one. Perhaps you would like to ask my store’s RAA. I got married back in March and gave her my new driver’s license and marriage certificate. I was told I needed a new SS card as well. I ordered it and received it in April. I came in on my day off to give it to her. I waited, and waited, and waited. My name didn’t change. I went and asked her why and was told she never got my SS card. Uh huh, ok, fine. I brought it in again and was told she’d get to it but she was very busy. It’s now Halloween. She’s so busy that she leaves at least 15 minutes early every day, and I went in once for a different matter about half an hour before she was to leave, just to see her sharing pictures with a manager that she’s very close friends with. I got the dirtiest look for being there. I’m not the only one that has problems with her. If you’re below management level, you’re below getting any help from her, apparently.


Anonymous October 18, 2014 at 7:46 pm

A very good friend of mine was hired in at store 46 a litile over a year ago. He was originally hired with the understanding that he was not available to work on Sunday’s as he is very involved in his church. Recently he was forced into a compromise to start work at 1pm so he could continue attending & volunteering at his church. Meijer claims to be a family friendly company that does not discriminate against race, gender, or religious beliefs. As of last week his new manager has been referring to him as “church boy” & today told him he has no option but to start working earlier on Sunday. My friend is part-time & has a admiral work ethic. On top of this he is being scheduled 4 hour shifts yet being held 10-12 hours a day. & not being allowed to contact his family if he is gonna be late. This is taking a toll on his family & relationship with his kids. I am very disappointed in how he is being treated. He puts 110% if not more into his job, yet his only thanks is being taking advantage of & discrimated against for his personal beliefs. He needs this job to provide for his family & is afraid that if he stands up for himself he will lose his job. How is this a family friendly company?


Franki October 8, 2014 at 9:22 pm

Your pharmacy personal need to go back to school. They are not doctors. The perks program nice but not worth dealing with staff who clearly don’t understand a doctor order…. Scary.


Franki October 8, 2014 at 9:30 pm

Oh yeah, and management couldn’t talk their way out of a rough situation… They don’t have a clue about morals or ethics.


Tony October 1, 2014 at 8:41 pm

I had transferred my meds about 3months ago from rite-aid thinking that was a good idea but boy after the three months I realized I had certainly made a big mistake.not only are the pharmacist technician quite dumb but not one time have they got it right I called two to three hours ahead of time and then go to pick them up and come to find out that they still have not even got them ready or they had not even filled everything that I had requested. so I will be transferring all 13 medications back to rite-aid as soon as next month gets here and I mean everyone of them. Now that I grocery trade there for 4 years I will be going back to Krogers for that also. The only reason for me grocery shopping at Meijer in the first place is because it is closer too my home & I was using m-perks but not any more. I will be using my Kroger rewards card instead. Plus they got better customer service there. I’m sorry to tell you that Meijer but I gave you guys a chance with me plenty of times, also I’ve even made call to corporate and still have not had any one call or do a follow up on my situation. I guess in the long run they really don’t care about the concerns that a customer has. So Meijer you have my name and my e-mail address and you know how to get in contact with me if you want to see what issues I have and why I feel the way I do.


Franki October 8, 2014 at 9:28 pm

I am sorry you had your experience .. Makes me want to boycott them…. Mine has been terrible since as well. The perks are nice but it’s almost a perk not having to deal with someone who can’t read a doctor order. It’s scary…. Meijer obviously should not have a pharmacy if they can’t do what’s expected… They never have script done…. They’re a mess.


Lisa Crawford October 1, 2014 at 4:00 am

I wanted to share my experience with Meijer this past year. I have been a loyal shopper since I was a little girl. This past year though the frozen foods section is never stocked and out of the products that I routinely buy. I spoke with the frozen food manager and he stated it was a vendor issue. It has come to the point that I will be looking elsewhere to do my grocery shopping since what I buy is not in stock. I would speak with someone from the home store about this but finding contact information for the managers is not apparently available and I have been brought to this website.

The store is the B Drive North, Battle Creek Store. The products they are out of routinely are the California BBQ chicken pizza and Digiorno. Also, the Tyson frozen chicken products. The case has sat empty for two to four weeks at a time for Tyson.


Jason September 1, 2014 at 8:09 pm

I was happy to start seeing more non GMO products in your store. Like Nature’s Path products, but they have now all disappeared. I shop at your McHenry, IL store, but find it hard to find good quality food. I am limited to a short and now even shorter list to choose from. This makes me have to go to Whole Foods more often. Are there any plans to stock more non GMO and organic products?


Doug Erman August 18, 2014 at 2:37 pm

I am very disappointed in Meijer’s treatment of my sister Mary Pollard who worked at your Findlay, Ohio store for 17 years then was terminated under your point system primarily for absenteeism even though nearly all of the absences were due to illness or while she was in rehab for a shoulder injury. To add insult to injury the store reported to Jobs and Family Services that she was terminated “for cause’” which then prevented her from collecting any unemployment benefits after 17 years of faithful service. There is no excuse for this shoddy treatment of a faithful 17 year employee. Although we shopped regularly at the local Meijer store it’s doubtful that we will ever shop there again or recommend to our friends that they shop there. Your should be embarrassed by this shoddy treatment of such a long term employee.


EX loyal Customer August 13, 2014 at 6:38 am

Very disappointed with Meijer. I’ve been a loyal customer for several years, I do all my shopping in different Meijers but I rather shop more at certain store, in specific shift because when they get to know you the treatment is a little better (even when barely reach customer’s expectations) I had a few complaints to file with corporate that are extremely concerning when it comes to business. Considering that I worked as a retail manager for different stores for long years, it’s very sad to see and to experience such a low quality of customer care and treatment. I blog everyday to review items, stores overall, and how customer friendly stores are, a considerably amount of potential customers follow other people’s feedback to make a decision if to buy or not from a specific store. I had recently experienced 2 very unpleasant issues that aren’t simple to forget, in fact, there has been previous lawsuits on retail for similar situations.

In another note, I found money on the floor, asked every customer around (loudly so everyone could hear) to find it’s owner, I even made some people check on their purses to make sure, but everyone said it didn’t belong to them. Because it’s money and not a property I understand that is my choice to either keep it or do another effort to find the owner. I went to customer service to notify what happened and to leave my information in case anyone comes to ask for loss of cash inside the store, I can give it to the person myself. The customer service said “I have to call the manager because if I do that, I can lose my job you have to leave what you found here”. Being honest, WAS A HUGE MISTAKE, the manager arrived with a very bad attitude, and I was treated like a CRIMINAL, they forced me to leave the money, they didn’t give me a receipt and the manager put the money in her pocket with a very bad attitude. She said that “I HAVE to leave what I found and if nobody claims it in 30 days, it will be return to me but that they wouldn’t call me, I had to ask in a month”. I found it, I asked people out loud, I stopped many people to make sure they verify if they loss their money, I went to customer service myself to notify and leave my information, WHO DOES THAT NOWADAYS?! My intentions were honest because I could never sleep thinking that someone probably starve because they loss their cash, reason why I voluntarily went to notify. Considering that it’s the person’s choice to either keep or return, this issue was managed horribly!!!


Maureen Gasiorek August 12, 2014 at 5:28 pm

Yes my name is Maureen Gasiorek and i worked for Meijer Store (0169) under my probation hours and wanted to know How to fight for my job back, since they let me go as of this past Sunday(Aug 10, 2014), and my probation wasn’t suppose to be ended on Aug 15, 2014. I made one mistake and my Team leader let me go, which it wasn’t right to my acknowledgement. Please help me with this situation. Thank You. M.G.


ROGER SNYDER August 10, 2014 at 2:30 am

hi i am roger snyder and i was made fun of i ask a work where some thing was and made me feel hurt i have a speech problem and he do not help me he walk away and told me i need to ask some one how can under stand me went to a new work and was told to go some one how can under stand me 3 time i was told go to some one how can help me i am sorry if some time i have a problem talking but i have feeling to and i was mad i did not by one thing here i think meijer need to tell there works that people are people to and if they have a problem with some one git help do not make fun of them i put on meijer posting how mad and hurt i was so please look at it and tell your works not to make fun of other people they are people to thank you


Gertrude Mazurek August 8, 2014 at 8:35 pm

I have been shopping at meijer since I was 18, before that my with my mom in the first one in Greenville, MI. Then in Grand Rapids in 1962, Then the store on Westnedge in Kalamazoo Mi, Then Battle Creek, Mi, then back to Portage, MI luckily they built on near me in Portage. But the problem is that every week I go there something else is not on the shelf. Keep cutting products. I sure hate the thought of going to the super center on Westnedge like I had to when I first moved to Portage in the 60′s. But perhaps they may still have my products. If not? The Walmart is going to build on and make that a super center, near me next year, I may not need Meijer and is closer. I am sure I am not the only one with this complaint, Or if you have a sale, you don’t have the product on the shelf or in the store. There has become some pretty bad handling of M stores it seems. You may be making $ but that is because of the cost going up of everything I am sure. If the product is not there, Do you expect people to run back? Some people come from a distance, and wouldn’t buy it if they didn’t need it.


vicki sha August 6, 2014 at 7:09 pm

why can”T you open one in evansville,in i trully miss you from fort wayne,in


Peggy Schmid August 4, 2014 at 3:39 pm

Dear Hank
Hi, I am Margaret Schmid I work at meijer store #20 Alpine. I have been there for 6.5 years for over 3 year I have worked 8am to 4:30pm. They forced me to go to part time. because I work 2 other job and can not work 11:30am to 8:00. How can you do this to a single mom with kids trying to put food on the table. Please help me get full time back. Thank you


Julie Brown October 24, 2014 at 10:28 pm

Meijer doesn’t give a shit about you or your kids. The almighty dollar is all they care about.


Les Gates August 3, 2014 at 1:43 pm

I met Hank Meijer this past week at the opening of the Marysville Ohio store. Fantastic gentleman. He posed with me as we held my newly published book called Jerome. I would like to send him a copy of the picture.
Thank you,
Les Gates


Peggy Schmid July 23, 2014 at 6:35 pm

I thought you should know what is going on at alpine store #20, I have worked there for 6 1/2 years full time. Now they have a new schedule, that forced me to go to part time, I am a single mom with 5 kids at home. I work 2 other part time jobs. I have always worked 8:00am to 4:30 Now they say I have to work 11:30 to 8:00 at night not being home with my kids at all and having to quit my other part time jobs. The mangers say they can’t change it the store director Byron said ” if it dosen’t work out, to go some where else.” What would your dad think about this? I’m sure he would no allow this to happen and would be ashamed
Peggy Schmid


NA October 12, 2014 at 7:02 am

The store i work in is #33 was said to be the best meijers around, Managers are pervs and don’t care to fix any issues so makes it hard to talk to them about things. Most of the people who work there are lazy or rude to each other. The point system is lame a new girl not even 3weeks and called in 2 or 3 times and took off on the job 3 times and they are okay with it. So it makes getting things done so much worse. They are in need for employees but don’t pay enough and have rude people working there so not many people want to join there team and I don’t blame them. I work hard and only get pt hours while grocery gets paid way more and new people can start full time.they say im a good asset to the store, I think they are full of it and someone needs to fix these problems.


Julie Brown October 24, 2014 at 10:31 pm

I’ve worked at Meijer for 15 years and they have cut my hours so much that I can’t afford to pay my bills and buy food. They do not care about any of us. They’re evil, greedy bastards.


L July 22, 2014 at 7:05 pm

Im an employee at store 23, and its a piece of crap to work for and I hope corporate sees this. The way we are treated is inhumane.

We are yelled at for taking our breaks by management, unless we suck up to them. God forbid you have a family member die and need to be with your family and at the services, you’ll get points. Dont you dare have to go to the ER. Your doctors note isnt worth anything, because it wasnt written the day before your shift. Point. Im not a mind reader, and I cant time travel to know that Ill be in the hospital 14 hours instead of at work. Dont faint. Point. Dont ask for water or a bathroom break unless you want to get yelled at.

Management comes out of their offices to yell that you arent working hard enough in the un- air conditioned building with no water, while they sit on their asses in coolness eating and drinking doing nothing all day. Dont ask for anyone to take back cold stuff because you actually care to reduce shrink, because managers dont give a crap.

Managers also think its ok to do illegal things like approve the return of alcohol. Severe food allergies that are sending you into anaphylactic shock? Point, sent home, and marked down that you just didnt want to be there. File a grievance? No, they will not talk with you about it.

Schedules are purposely done bad so employees are held on late calls, we are always under staffed, and protocol is only followed when corporate is coming in. Managers give you five tasks to do when you are too busy to do it, but wont lift a finger. Managers sit in their group in the break room and talk crap about everyone in the store.

The whole store is filthy, but we’re not giving any cleaning any proper tools to clean with our time to do it. We dont have any up to date equipment and nothing works properly. The managers allow customers to threaten us, treat us poorly, and dont defend us.

Nothing gets fixed in our store and we run on broken things. You call a manger and they dont pick up the phone, when you can see them and they are laughing and playing around and you need them right away, or worse, they pick up, hang up, and go right back to doing nothing. The store doesnt follow any of the policies and makes up rules that arent in the handbooks to give people points. They target workers they dont like and favor people that dont do a damn thing.

If a department has multiple managers, they are all allowed to vacation at the same time, so the department has to deal with a different manager who has no idea what in the hell they are doing or the polices for the department because its not their area.

Some of the managers dont even listen to the complaints of the customers or workers, they just smile and nod, and then after the person is done talking ask what the problem is.

I could add a million more things to this list but I think Ill leave you with that for now.


Iris Murphy July 22, 2014 at 5:55 pm

Wrongly terminated!!!!!!


Lloyd July 22, 2014 at 1:19 pm

We are building a Veterans Park along side the Meijer Trail in Belding,mi. We have the WWll Wall, Korean Monument in place and Labor Day we will have the WWl Monument placed in the park. We now have a dream of placing a Monument with the names of the veterans from Michigan that were killed in Vietnam next in the park. Please visit our site at
for more information. We have a model of the Vietnam wall that we dreaming on putting in the park and would be glad to show any an all Meijer leaders what we are doing. I am sure that Meijer would be proud to see it off to the side of the Meijer Trail. Please call Denny Craycraft at 616-550-XXXX an allow us to show you this great dream. Thanks so so much. P.S I think that people from all over will use the Meijer to visit the Vietnam Wall with the names of those from Michigan killed in Vietnam on it.


Lynda July 15, 2014 at 5:09 pm

It amazes me how you people don’t care of what happens to your employees especially when you have so-called supervisor’s that tell the stock handler’s to f’n shut your mouth. Expect those employee’s to come to work when they have restrictions. The ones you have for supervisor’s have no people skills & would rather sit on their butts instead of helping to get product on shelves. I would never recommend anyone to shop at your stores again & I will never step foot in one either.


Ryan Yeager June 30, 2014 at 9:04 pm

My son worked at the Loveland oh store for eleven months an was termanated for horse play Prior to the Loveland store he worked in Westerville, Ohio store for 13 years.In both stores he worked in the warehouse unloading trucks. My son has disabilities that happen at the time of birth. He had seizures up until he was six years old now he only has tremors every two to three weeks that last for about 10 seconds.

Ever sine my son started working at the Loveland store he has been bullied, spit on, and had ketchup, flour and pasta sauce thrown on him. He also had a 40 lb bag of bird seed thrown at him. His neck was twisted and grabbed many times, the co-workers made sexual harassment comments and they would go around imitating his disabilitiy. On April 25,2014 a co-worker made a video him having a tremor and showed it to different employees and maybe he even put it on social media.He was fired for doing this video and my son was fired for horse play. My intent going to the store director was to make him aware of what was going on in the warehouse so my son wouldn’t end up paralized from a broken neck and to protect the other co workers from getting hurt.. So the bottom line is if you work for meijer’s and have a problem don’t take your problem to meijer’ because you will end up losing your job.

The definition of horse play is a person with disabilies trying to protect himself against bullies


Charlene June 25, 2014 at 2:37 pm

I am a retired Team Member of Meijer that is very upset over there corprate scholarship program. My daughter has recently reciever her letter stating that she was not going to get any scholorship from the company. How can she not be a candidite with a 3.98 GPA 5th in her class. 3 years on the National Honors, 3 years of SADD and being the vice pres. on top of all this she ran cross county track and Forensices (Competive Speach). We are a 3 generation of meijer family. My father (Retired 25 years) myself (25 years), my sister is (at corprate) my niece at store 25 her dad at 174(30 years) and her aunt at 25 has 15 years. What more dedication is there then this.I would apreciate a better explaination as to why she has not recieved this scholarship rather then a genaric denial form letter.


Matt June 20, 2014 at 9:36 pm

It amazes me how there are never any lanes open until someone from corporate shows up. I was in the store the other day and of course there are a lot of lanes open then I look over and notice all the corporate people. I think you guys need to show up at store 45 without notice and see what really happens around there. The store director is very rude and so are the managers that are up by the registers. I over heard a manager tell the lady that is running her butt off at the front say “sorry your going to have to deal with being backed up” and then walked away. What has happened to Meijer? ????


audra witgen June 8, 2014 at 10:09 pm

I am so disappointed in the changes you made to your online photo service. you are no longer using snapfish which i found much easier to use. what you have now, is very confusing and hard to use. I will not be using it again. i would much rather pay extra and send my photos to the Lansing Camera Shop. i tried 4 times tonight to get enlargements ordered, and they gave me no option to add pictures.
If in the future you go back to Snapfish, i will come back.
thank you for your time…


Jane Rowe June 5, 2014 at 9:45 pm

I was so excited about Meijer being opened in Danville Illinois until now. A very good friend was going through chemotherapy and found out it did not work, she sought treatment in Chicago. Her only son and family member Jeremy Morgenson was her only way to and from treatments. He lost his job due to absences for taking his mom to her appointments. His mother will not be with him much longer and I just can not wrap my head around a company that cares so little for an employee’s situation. I understand there are rules for reasons but there are also exceptions to rules. He will have no where to live after she is gone because he no longer has a job to support himself. Isn’t there something that can be done to help this young man? So disappointed in your management at the Danville store.


Gregg May 29, 2014 at 6:24 pm

I am disappointed in some of the supervisory personnel that Meijers has when simple task of stocking shelves takes precedence over saving a life. My daughter along with another employee who works for the Meijers Store in Traverse City saved a fellow employee who went down with a heart attack on May 29th, 2014. The lady went down and my daughter started compression on her chest along with monitoring her pulse, the other employee performed the breathing technique. They did save this lady’s life. My concern is the supervisor was more concerned as to why she didn’t get all of her stocking done. She received no Thank You from him only grief. Very disappointed.


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