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Publix Culture

From the beginning, Mr. George believed in respecting the dignity of the individual, encouraging associates 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

  • continuous improvement efforts. Our associates are encouraged to submit improvement ideas like new ways to meet our customers’ needs or reduce the time it takes to make a sub.
  • Associate Voice Survey (AVS). The goal of the AVS is to gather information from associates about how they feel about their work location, management and our company. Results from this survey are used to build on our strengths and improve on our weaknesses.
  • open-door policy. In 1930, with the start of his new company, Mr. George encouraged open communication with his associates. He once said, “If you want people to respect you or your company, you must first show respect for them.”

By valuing 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!