Great medical plan. They offer very flexible hours to part-time and full-time employees. The skills you learn at Kroger can be used in other career fields.
It is cheap in terms of dollar
Health insurance is available, with a push towards higher deductible HSA plans. Kroger is trying to reduce employee health care costs for the company. 401K match dollar per dollar up to 3%, then .5 dollars for the next 2%. Starting vacation is now three weeks (15 Days) plus 3 personal days, 5 Health and Wellness (Sick Days). End of fiscal year bonus varies in payout, some have been 25%, others have been 130%.
Multiple options and decently priced
Fuel employees get virtually nothing and union dues are taken directly from paycheck
10% Discount on Kroger items, and occasionally, double or triple fuel points.
If you're part-time, there are no benefit packages for one year. Once you hit the one year mark you can sign up for medical and dental insurance, as well as other life/disability insurance and stock purchase. Kroger does provide quite a few rewards in the form of free food, celebratory parties and a "bonus" for increasing scores in the store. They are supposed to provide polo shirts for those who receive a certain number of positive comments from customers, but I never received mine. Our management rotated so frequently that projects were never followed through.
You have to be there for a year before you start to get vacation time or personal days. Also you have to be full time before you get the union insurance.
What I would call a very 'standard' corporate package, has slowly eliminated more financial benefits in "exchange" for vacation days
Health insurance for $20 a month is pretty good, optional 401k matched to a certain amount, and you get an automatic pension if you work there for 5 years, wouldn't be much after only 5 years, but you'd still have it.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.