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20 days ago

Cashier

The Kroger Co. Coppell, TX

• Tender customer transactions in quick and efficient manners. • Promote… CareerBuilder


21 days ago

Retail Management Intern

The Kroger Co. Irving, TX +3 locations

of store operations, marketing, merchandising, purchasing, supply chain management, financial analysis and human resources. The internship also… CareerBuilder


18 days ago

Retail Clerk Positions

City Market Denver, CO +8 locations

Barista - Greet and assist customers; prepare quality beverages to recipes and standards; operate and clean beverage equipment. MUST BE 18 YEARS OF… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Key Retailing Division Rollout Manager (DRM) – new

The Kroger Co. Louisville, KY

Lead the division implementation and continued utilization of streamlined enterprise-level business processes ('solutions') that increase… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Co-Management Trainee (D5 Southg

The Kroger Co. South Bend, IN

Responsible for understanding the overall day-to-day operations of the store including continuous development of effective store associates to… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Co-Management Trainee (D8

The Kroger Co. Terre Haute, IN

Responsible for understanding the overall day-to-day operations of the store including continuous development of effective store associates to… CareerBuilder


20 days ago

Co-Management Trainee(D2

The Kroger Co. Columbus, IN +2 locations

Responsible for understanding the overall day-to-day operations of the store including continuous development of effective store associates to… CareerBuilder


21 days ago

Chef Shop

The Kroger Co. North Richland Hills, TX

Create an outstanding customer experience through exceptional service. Establish and maintain a safe and clean environment that encourages our… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Co-Manager

The Kroger Co. Clarksburg, WV +13 locations

Responsible for assisting with the overall operations of the store including continuous development of effective store associates to achieve desired… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Co-Management Trainee (D4

The Kroger Co. Fort Wayne, IN

Responsible for understanding the overall day-to-day operations of the store including continuous development of effective store associates to… CareerBuilder


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    A lot of work, for a little bit of money.

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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Produce Clerk in Toledo, OH
    Current Employee - Produce Clerk in Toledo, OH

    I have been working at Kroger part-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    - You will be busy, which I prefer
    - It's easy work
    - If you do well, management at the store will notice and want to move you to a position with more responsibility
    - If you start working here in high school, its pretty easy to transfer stores when you go to college, as long as a Kroger is close to your college. They will also accept you back at your home store if you come back for the summer.
    - Terrible new co-workers get fired before they can enter the union, aka quickly

    Cons

    - I consider the union more of a con at Kroger. Everything is a battle between management and the workers along the fine lines of your union contracts. The environment would be more productive and less hostile without the union, which doesn't do too much for you anyways.
    - Management. This goes from store to store, but most I have met seem like they should be managing a Walmart. But they don't get paid much either and work horrible hours for it, so I don't really blame them.
    - The pay sucks

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Seems like Kroger is still relying on getting good workers from minimum wage levels and then not increasing their pay according to their performance. Partially, this is the union's fault. Upper management also seems to be chasing Walmart too much. Kroger needs to realize their role in the industry as a potential leader in great customer service with higher quality products, which is hard to receive when your employees aren't happy at work. I expect that with the economy's turnaround, securing a role separate from being a cost leader would become more effective.

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