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“10% off most things on top of any sales is a nice bonus”
“Best thing is that if you stick around, you can accumulate a decent amount of PTO. Some workers have up to 6 weeks of Vacation per year along with multiple Personal days. It's not really a decent benefit if you're only sticking around for a couple of years or if you don't work many hours since the amount they pay out is based on your average hours worked. ”
“The best thing is that it's cheap. The worst thing is everything else. It's not through one of the main companies so it's hard to find doctors that accept it. The third party provider is a pain to deal with. ”
Kroger has a slow offering process but benefits can attract new talents. Kroger does have lots of programs to improve mid-level really well. ITs good company to work for when you are at the beginning of your career or want to settle for life.
Great benefits deductibles are a little high
For corporate employees, time off policy is fair. Current health insurance coverage is less than ideal, as most doctor's visits have no co-pays (you pay $80+ for the visit). Free short-term disability and better-than-minimal maternity leave policy means actual paid time off during maternity leave! (I wish that weren't shocking, but that's the reality in the U.S.)
Excellent in terms of 401k matching and PTO. The health insurance plans are reasonably priced but coverage isn't as good as it could be. Need to start providing paid maternity leave.
Low dental cap for dental work
While the pay is less than average, the benefits partly made up for it. You will receive discounts on all kroger brand goods such as Private selection and simple truth. You'll also receive a 15% discount on home goods such as chairs and other stuff.
extra pay during the holidays are mediocre
The benefits were okay at best
No 401K to date. Health insurance is very costly.
When they bumped up everyone’s pay scale they took away bonuses. Sometimes they send out $10 Kroger gift cards or put credit on your Kroger account, but don’t expect the $100-300 bonuses that they used to give.
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