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Publix Patriots: E5 Sergeant to District Manager

We appreciate the commitment our veterans have made to this country and understand that level of dedication often makes for a stellar addition to the Publix family. Last year, Publix was ranked as one of the best workplaces for veterans by Indeed. We want to show everyone why! Our Publix Patriots blog series showcases real […]

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Publix Patriots: Senior Chief Petty Officer to Meat Manager

People often hear that Publix was the first and last career for a lot of our associates. For many of us, including our CEO, our careers began bagging groceries as a part-time job. What people don’t always hear about are those associates who experienced a fruitful first career they are proud of, prior to finding […]

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A sweet little fundraiser for United Way!

Earlier this year, we expressed the warm and fuzzy feeling we Publix associates got because of the gratitude showered upon us in recognition of our efforts in supporting United Way. Today, we get to pull back the curtain on one of the small ways we raise money to support of this incredible organization.  It’s a […]

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Welcome Landon!

Part of our mission at Publix is to be involved as responsible citizens in our communities, and we hire associates from all walks of life to reflect the communities in which we operate. We don’t often talk about it; it’s just something inherent in our company culture. On that subject, occasionally, in talent acquisition we […]

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United Way hearts Publix

Publix associates embody a genuine spirit of giving to carry out the legacy of community commitment that our founder, George Jenkins, began.  To continue his legacy, Publix sponsors an annual United Way campaign to educate associates about the United Way and to provide Publix associates with an opportunity to be involved in helping meet needs […]

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It’s All Sweetness and Charity in HR Today

Check out these sweet treats produced by our incredibly talented amateur pastry chefs that work among us! Today we held our ever-popular Cupcake Sale in Human Resources to raise money for United Way. This annual event draws huge crowds and broad smiles. At last count, we had nearly a dozen donors participating with tasty variations […]

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Publix is nation’s largest March for Babies corporate partner

“For the first time in 30 years, there is a new number one national March for Babies corporate partner,” Dr. Jennifer Howse,  President of the March of Dimes announced at a recent March of Dimes conference. “We congratulate Publix, their associates, and customers for this outstanding accomplishment,” Dr. Howse said. “Publix’s commitment to our goal […]

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For Publix, recycling is a win-win

Publix Chief Executive Officer Ed Crenshaw summed up our company’s historic commitment to environmental stewardship in a message to associates on Earth Day last year: “Mr. George (Founder George W. Jenkins) founded Publix in the midst of the Great Depression. The idea of conserving resources and reducing waste was not new to him. While being […]

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More on our Values

After I wrote that Intolerance for Waste is one of our five company values,  several people asked me what the other four company values were.  So I thought I’d write about those too.  Publix Super Markets and its 154,000 associates are united behind one goal – to be the premier quality food retailer in the […]

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Proud to be Green

Note:  This blog post was originally published November 7, 2012 and updated on April 16, 2014 with updated information. Green is more than the color of our logo.  Since Intolerance for Waste is one of our five company values,  Publix has been careful of resources for its entire existence.   We’ve been recycling plastic and paper […]

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