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Been living in the states for just over a year now and I am absolutely head over heels in love with Trader Joe's. I have tried a fair few super market chains - from Publix to HEB to Kroger to Costco - and TJs tops them all in my mind. How's it that a store much smaller than most others still mamange to get so much of my money? They always seem to have something new and unique for me. Their selection is just spot on. TJs could be so much better if they did deliveries and expanded into UK/DE/EU.
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🚨single ladies 🚨 Just saw this reel by @laciemevans, but if you’re a single lady and wanting to meet some single men at not a bar or dating app go to a store like Kroger or Target on Mother’s Day. Help a single, helpless man pick something out for his mom.
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- "Good benefits when employed there some supervision you were able to talk to about issues and the scheduling fit around my needs" (in 1136 reviews)
- "the people are great they come and go but they are from all different walks of life" (in 1047 reviews)
- "The only one I can think of right now is sometimes your requested days off are given to you and flexible hours." (in 787 reviews)
- "Some of the patients and coworkers were great people and a joy to interact with." (in 698 reviews)
- "flexible schedule.... easy to get the job....friendly people...you feel very appreciated...if you work hard it is noticed...would recommend to other people" (in 446 reviews)
- "Pay is low and not very competitive compared to other locations depending on where you live." (in 1826 reviews)
- "Poor management and very rude" (in 1654 reviews)
- "bad managers and unwilling to help" (in 616 reviews)
- "No work life balance Unrealistic expectations while taking away resources No support from district or division staff" (in 398 reviews)
- "Bad upper management Bad attitudes" (in 245 reviews)
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- 1.0Jul 7, 2021Assistant Store ManagerCurrent EmployeeMiamisburg, OH
The benefits and pay are good when you become established. A lot of really great people
Work life balance is non existent and the company just keeps asking for more with less and less resources
- 1.0Apr 26, 2010Store ManagementCurrent EmployeeCincinnati, OH
They are hiring in a poor economy.
Kroger corporate is attempting to make the change to 'green leadership' but are failing to make the necessary changes within the stores. Within the stores, everything is still under the good old boy system. If you are new to the organization, I think you will be disappointed. Senior management ignores you at best, pins all the negatives on you at worst. The few store managers I have worked for have been indoctrinated into the old way of things where, as long as you make a profit, other things will be overlooked- including time card fraud, OSHA and Health Code violations and nepotism to the point of union grievances over the unequal disciplinary action of policy infractions. Add to that the poor work life balance and you have a wonderful chance at being happy!