You know, with Walmart basically trying to get rid of cashiers, Kroger should advertise the fact that they still have actual people to help the customer check out.
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411 jobs eliminated! https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nbc4i.com/amp/news/local-news/kroger-closes-columbus-bakery-effective-immediately/1772955815
This is an end of an era. After nearly six decades, Kroger on Crawford Street in Denison is closing. At least the employees are getting a choice between a severance or transferring to another Kroger... read more
Do you think there will be Kroger Layoffs in 2019?
One by one we fall... Kroger Mid-Atlantic announced on Thursday that is will close the Wards Corner Norfolk location on Little Creek Road in mid-December due to declining sales... read more
The fact is Kroger stores are staffed with too many salaried assistant store managers. Most stores have at least 3. That is just ridiculous and a waste of labor dollars. Most of them perform no physical labor and refuse to help where help is needed... read more
Frys Food Stores, a division of the Kroger Company, last year allowed employees of Damon to work in the Frys stores prior to Thanksgiving and Christmas. They were to stock " holiday items " but actually helped with loads, back stock and facing the... read more
So creating a union or joint one has been a hot topic as of late at Whole Foods Market. I'm just curious about your starting pay, benefits, job security, growth opportunities and overall morale at work. Also, how much do you pay in union dues. Thank... read more
Kroger grocery store in Mundy Township is closing. No layoffs are expected, as everybody is being offered jobs in other nearby stores. I was wondering, when people are offered to transfer to another store due to a closing, are they offered a... read more
I was in a hopping full store today on Saturday this Labor Day weekend. It has become typical to expect less than 50% of lanes to be staffed with baggers. Today 3 out of 14 lanes had baggers. My options given the significant downsizing of force has... read more
I really don't like this trend of seeing an announcement of new store closing every other week. Latest one is store in Smithers, West Virginia. It will close sometime in October. The company says the store was under-performing. This is starting to... read more
I heard Kroger is going to buy lots of stores
Garner and Fuquay-Varina Kroger stores will close over the weekend. Do we now finally have a full list of announced closings, or are there more we don't know about yet? I think we are at the finish line... read more
In case somebody is interested: Kroger on Thursday announced it will close its 46th Street grocery store on the northeast side by Aug. 31. The store at East 46th Street and North Arlington Avenue has been struggling with "ongoing poor financial... read more
Kroger is closing three more stores across the Triangle sooner than expected. Initially, when it announced it would be leaving the Triangle market entirely, Kroger said that its 14 grocery stores would all close on Aug. 14... read more
3825 S. Roxboro St. and 3420 Southwest Durham Drive in Durham and 7905 Falls of Neuse Road in Raleigh
Latest number given by Kroger on layoffs is that 1,652 employees will be affected, as opposed to originally announced 1,500. Kroger has told the N.C. Commerce Department that 1,652 employees will be laid off when the company closes its Triangle... read more
Does anybody know who is entitled to receive severance at Kroger? I'm assuming it's all full timers, but I'd like to be sure. Toys R Us employees also assumed they'd be getting severances and they got screwed in the end. Also, what is the current... read more
More stores are closing, this time it's all 14 locations in in Raleigh and Durham. Nearly 1,500 will lose their jobs as a result of this. Buckle up, people, this is only a preview of what all of can expect, and sadly we can expect it sooner rather... read more
Anybody else thinks that the latest acquisition of Home Chef will be used by Kroger as an excuse for more layoffs? I know there is very little crossover, but somehow I don't see that stopping them... read more
Kroger is cutting staff pharmacist and floater hours to only 32 hours guaranteed. Possibly worse...nobody yet knows the full extent of the damage.
With Southside Savannah Kroger closing, I was wondering if anybody knew if there is a list of all the Kroger stores that have closed so far somewhere? We seem to be hit less than other chains, but one by one, the number seems to be raising. Also... read more
Managers for Clinical and Retail side are getting combined and have to re-interview for their jobs in the Cincinnati Market. Sounds like layoffs to me! Get out of that cesspool while you still can!!!
Kroger is closing Jackson's eastside store on April 7. Around 70 employees will be affected by the closing. Hopefully, this is not a preview of more to come in the following months... read more
I guess Kroger wants to take the lead in store closings for this year. The latest location to shutter sits in Columbus, Ohio, marking the first Kroger store closing in 2018; it will close for good on January 31, with a statement from the company... read more
Kroger also laid off all 8 of the night-shift pharmacists in the Cincinnati/Dayton Market. Its part of their "Right-sizing" campaign. I don't think you create a campaign for only 8 people...
I’ve been with Kroger for many years as a ARM (Associate Resource Manager) for the Nashville Division. I have found out that the Nashville Division HR changed our PED’s to “Low Performance”, even though we received higher marks from our Unit Manager... read more
Buckle up, it's about to become a very bumpy ride. Kroger is planning to sell off nearly 800 of its stores. There are so many uncertainties right now, but one thing is for sure, a bunch of people will be laid off as part of the transition... read more
Do you think we'll have layoffs in Cincinnati.
I am surprised there is no coverage about this (Kroger Downsizing Pharmacy) - Even the media is not covering it - I see other companies write about cuts extensively yet nothing here on Kroger Pharmacy. We'll see how things develop, I think over time... read more
They are also laying off 75 assistant managers in Cincinnati to offset the raise the CEO gave himself last year. They will claim it's inflation can identical sales from 20 years ago. Which is crap, considering processes have changed and efficiency is... read more
How about layoffs in Cincinnati.
What is the likelihood of Kroger layoffs in Cincinnati in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
They will get at 700K grant from the state as well. Good for the State and good for business. Workers win.
I wanted to see if you had info on this, we have 400,000 people right now and that's huge - I am sure we'll have some cuts in Corp again.
Let me tell you my scenario, please let me know if you have any suggestions. I've been with Kroger for about 7.5 years right now, I work in the corporate office and I am a new manager over there. I am pretty sure I will be sacked during during the... read more
Well, we have over 400K people working here at Kroger, so you'll have layoffs all the time. We close stores, we open them, be buy them and we sell them. The whole point for Kroger is that we need to stay on our toes, need to constantly change and let... read more
The merger transaction with Harris Teeter was completed. I wander if they are going to have layoffs. Apparently headquarters jobs will remain.