- 5.0Sep 3, 2023Administrative AssistantCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsEvans, GA
Great benefits, retirement, health insurance dental and vision
Not enough hours. Short staffed.
- 3.0Dec 6, 2023CashierCurrent Employee
With Kroger, my coworkers are nice and understanding of my disabilities and try their best to cooperate with me. The working atmosphere is kind if not exhausting. It is a much friendlier LGBT+ space than McDonald's, although a few coworkers still misgender me. The schedule's are flexible but demanding. The benefits are pretty nice, the discounts.
Unfortunately, I am disabled and cannot work strenuously. Because of this job, I am in near constant pain and I am sick more than I was working at McDonald's. The customers themselves are rude and demanding, not understanding at all of the understaffed situation. The schedules may be flexible but if you can't make a shift, it is very hard to get someone to cover you with the lack of people and overworking of current employees. When I first started, I immediately was pushed into full time hours which I cannot physically do. A lot of my coworkers are students, meaning I am usually given the morning hours. I count that as a con since I am a night person, but some people may like that.