What training do I need to get qualified for a Stocker job?
None bro you just need to be able to understand and implement the stores method of doing things while being as quick and efficient as possible but after you get the hang of one area or section of shelves , then implement what you learned throughout the rest of them oh and remember and i cant stress this enough always remember to rotate the dates so the older product is up front for the customer to grab cause the store loses so much money on expired food or product you would not believe it
Depends on where you are working as a stocker. Basics are knowing how to organize what you are stocking, being able to read & understand price tags/labels. You are usually required to climb, kneel, bend & lift (lbs depends on what type of product you will be stocking)
Learn UPC codes and equipment to find things at the store
Organization conditioning the isles and working on reading the UPC codes and the tag numbers of the product
Talk to the supervisor clearly especially if you do not understand how the store is ran or how the job is correctly done.
There is a CBL that you need to do, just understand it carefully and follow what’s your supervisor want you to do and you should be fine!😊
None you need to just know what needs to be done and ask questions if you don't know something at the job when starting it. They should train you on what they want done while on the job and through orientation let you know what's expected. Just ask questions and follow directions when going through on job training. Be expecting to be on your feet all day as well.
Just nerd resistance.
None on your feet all day
None!!! Just get ready to be on your feet ALL day....