From the beginning, Mr. George believed in treating his associates with dignity and respect. To him this meant associates would be encouraged to share their ideas and opinions.
Today, we continue to encourage Mr. George’s spirit of openness among associates, regardless of their job class. This is done through our
Through continuing to understand and value the perspectives and opinions of one another, associates will grow and Publix will be stronger. This is an essential part of the Publix culture and only adds to the reasons we are a great place to work!
Publix has a long-standing tradition of being the kind of company a community can count on, beginning with our founding in 1930.
Publix is proud of our accomplishments as a caring employer, industry leader, and member of the community.