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Former Employee – worked at Kroger full-time for more than 8 years
Pros – you get some good experience that other employers value.
Cons – Pay sucks.
Unit Managers are mostly mean and don't care about a co-managers homelife.
They do not value education and promote a lot of people who would not make it at other retailers.
You have to check stores on Christmas when closed so you cannot travel very far.
You will work almost every weekend.
You will work till 11, drive an hour to get home and then have to be there again at 7am at least a few times a week.
You will never be able to coach your kids sports teams cause they wont let you have off to do it.
Forget about attending Church.
Please do not fall for the lies they might tell you, Kroger will work you to death and for very little pay.
Advice to Senior Management – Decide to really care about other people than yourselves. You are only a store manager not the head of a Fortune 500 company so don't act so cocky all the time. Kroger will go the way of Winn Dixie and Big Star one day because they let all the good Co-managers leave and are left with ones who cannot go anywhere else.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2012-10-28 18:20 PDT
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