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El Super

El Super

El Super

El Super

El Super is a Mexican-based company that specializes in digital and physical content marketing, creative design, and production across the digital ecosystem. From big brands to new startups, El Super makes the marketing process simple: start by creating digital content marketing campaigns, and El Super handles the rest.

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While customers will always vary in good people to people I never want to deal with again. The employees are great. Training for cashier is only 3 days, while training for front end is 3 weeks. The pay was fine. Though there are days when there would be call ins and a lot of customers, so if you were unlucky to come in the you would stay and do overtime until the lines went down.

They expect you to work 6 days a week at minimal hours each day. There isn’t an ability for any over time as well as they give breaks in 1st hour and lunch by 3rd hour so they don’t have to deal with it later. There isn’t any advancement ability unless they like you. Nothing ever works and nothing gets fixed. (Source: www.indeed.com)

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Since the opening of the first El Super store in Southern California in 1997, we’ve focused on offering the communities we serve -- the assortment and quality of products they deserve and expect -- at the lowest possible prices. We’ve expanded that commitment to communities throughout California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas where our stores are located. And now, we are pleased to extend that further -- by delivering to your door -- our known assortment of quality grocery and specialty items, fresh produce, seafood & meat offerings, and bakery goods & tortilleria department items that are made fresh daily in our stores.

EL SUPER was recently relaunched here as the 20th anniversary celebration of its original release. Shot on a shoestring budget in 1977, EL SUPER remains the first and still the definitive film about the Cuban exile experience. The film's stars and directors have gone on to illustrious careers, though the title role's star passed away about a decade ago. The film's theme is universal: struggling to survive and get ahead in exile, and the ensuing breakdown of family and generational relationships. EL SUPER's title character is the superintendent of a New York City apartment building. His wife is portrayed by the now-reigning Queen (and Great Villainess) of Latin American telenovelas, Zully Montero. El Super and his wife have problems understanding their pot-smoking, disco-dancing teenage daughter, played by a young Elizabeth Pena (LONE STAR, RUSH HOUR), among the many difficulties they face. Directed by Leon Ichaso, a very young Cuban American (at the time), all the principals had pretty much experienced the drama they put on the screen. Ichaso went on to Hollywood to direct Wesley Snipes in SUGAR HILL, and TV's SINS OF THE CITY, before his most recent personal project BITTER SUGAR ("Azucar Amarga"). EL SUPER is available on video, and with the growing interest in the "Hispanic" minority in the United States, now is a good time to see it. (Source: www.imdb.com)

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Slice of life look at Roberto and Aurelia, Cuban exiles living in New York City with their 17-year-old daughter Aurelita. It's February, 1978; the winter is harsh, and for ten years Roberto's been the super of an apartment building, firing up the boiler, repairing windows, moving bags of garbage. He's homesick for Cuba, stuck in repetitive conversations about the Bay of Pigs, Castro, and life back home. He's too depressed to make love to Aurelia, and when his daughter thinks she's pregnant and he receives sad news from Cuba, he makes up his mind to quit the city for Miami. The decision gives him new life, he remembers Aurelia's birthday, and they have a party to celebrate.Community members and El Super workers rallied outside the chain’s newly opened El Super store in Pico Rivera yesterday. El Super has been under consumer boycott since December 2014, and its unionized workers have struck the company twice in protest of unfair labor practices. Jobs at El Super are beneath grocery industry standards and the federal government has issued multiple complaints, and a temporary injunction, against the company for violating the rights of workers who speak out in favor of higher standards.

EL SUPER was recently relaunched here as the 20th anniversary celebration of its original release. Shot on a shoestring budget in 1977, EL SUPER remains the first and still the definitive film about the Cuban exile experience. The film's stars and directors have gone on to illustrious careers, though the title role's star passed away about a decade ago. The film's theme is universal: struggling to survive and get ahead in exile, and the ensuing breakdown of family and generational relationships. EL SUPER's title character is the superintendent of a New York City apartment building. His wife is portrayed by the now-reigning Queen (and Great Villainess) of Latin American telenovelas, Zully Montero. El Super and his wife have problems understanding their pot-smoking, disco-dancing teenage daughter, played by a young Elizabeth Pena (LONE STAR, RUSH HOUR), among the many difficulties they face. Directed by Leon Ichaso, a very young Cuban American (at the time), all the principals had pretty much experienced the drama they put on the screen. Ichaso went on to Hollywood to direct Wesley Snipes in SUGAR HILL, and TV's SINS OF THE CITY, before his most recent personal project BITTER SUGAR ("Azucar Amarga"). EL SUPER is available on video, and with the growing interest in the "Hispanic" minority in the United States, now is a good time to see it. “Supplemental paid sick leave is a tool to protect our communities by stopping the spread of COVID-19 through the workplace,” said Labor Commissioner Lilia García-Brower. “After citing El Super in July, we heard from additional workers who had their sick leave denied or delayed. We broadened the scope of our investigation to capture as many workers impacted by these violations as possible and provide them what they are due.”

 

 

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