It kicks in once you become full time
Very inexpensive and comprehensive insurance options.
Benefits are offered to employees starting as low as part time employment.
Best: vacation time, employee discount, health insurance, 401K/ retirement plan maternity leave Worst: it takes a long time to earn all those benefits
If you don’t have a company email or affiliation some benefits can be nonexistent. That is false information period.
Benefits improved greatly in 2018 for 401k
It was okay but could have been better
You do get a 10% discount off items but it usually doesn't even work at times.There is more if you stay for like 10 years but I only worked there to pay off college, so really who the hell wants to stay at Kroger for 10 years?!
If your full time you get instant-access to the benefits. If your part time you need to work here for a year to get benefits. Insurance is okay but not that great. 2 - weeks paid vacation but you can't have them back to back. Only Sunday > Saturday allowed. Most likely you won't be able to take the holiday off. They average your hours from the whole year to get how many hours your paid vacation is.
I dont get anything other than vacation time after a year and a small retirement plan as a part time fuel clerk
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.