Checkout is a Family-Owned Supermarket in the FMCG Retail Industry of South Africa, trading for over 40 years. We stock a variety of food products, household goods and small appliances at the most competitive prices. Our aim is to offer our customers quality products, excellent service and big savings. We currently operate over 45 Corporate Stores in 7 Provinces around the country with our Head Office situated in Durban Central. Our Distribution Centre is located in KwaZulu-Natal which distributes all our products (food & non-food) to all our stores on a time efficient schedule.
Our company has a broad customer base with thousands of customers visiting our stores on a daily basis The store formats vary as we have small, medium and large stores which are each uniquely designed to target consumers in LSM’s 1-7, but our product variety ensures that we cater for our customers needs.
Our Service Departments go under the name of “Checkout GoFresh”. This includes our Bakery, Butcher, Hot Foods, Fruit & Veg, Spice Bar & Seafood in selected stores.
As part of its training, people development, talent management and succession plan programmes Checkout has offered its employees a range of training and development interventions:
Business Practice NQF Level 2
Understanding operations in the retail environment NQF Level 2
Wholesale and Retail Sales NQF Level 3
Wholesale and Retail Perishables NQF Level 3
Fresh Meat Processing Learnership NQF Level 3
Wholesale and Retail Supervision NQF Level 4
Wholesale and Retail Generic Management Level 4
Buying and Planning Level 5
Learners from Kwazulu-Natal, Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Mpumulanga and Gauteng had received training from a range of credited national training providers More than 200 Checkout employees graduated with accredited Wholesale and Retail qualifications.
Checkout is committed to equipping its employees so that a talent pool of competent people fit into the Company’s succession plan and grow towards supervisory and management levels. The development initiatives programme also falls within the ambit of employment equity expanding opportunities for all.
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