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Topics regarding layoffs at Kroger Co.
Kroger not requiring employees to wear gloves. Stockers, cashiers, baggers etc. Food dept. only wearing when handling food. So all packaged items bought have been touched. Cashiers touch every item in every customer's cart that they have touched and... — read more
Kroger has the managers left working (the ones they didn’t fire) 7a to 4p today and having them return at 7pm to work overnight. They don’t care about the health and well being of their staff. They only care about money!
My girls school just closed for at least 3 weeks. My wife works at the school and is required to go to work. My supervisors response was I don't know what to tell you. Find someone to watch them or take off and loose pay. And use up you're vacation... — read more
We SHOULD shut down the hot/salad bar during this crisis. Prepacked foods only from prepared foods and bakery. I can't believe our company is moving so slow to make this decision.
Walmart's response to the virus 3 - If an associate contracts the coronavirus and is recommended quarantine, WalMart Inc will pay the associate for the full 14 days of quarantine. On top of that, if more time is needed per care giver order... — read more
Loving the bonus this year!!!!
Our store has been out of nestle purelife, now all water is gone. We were out of paper both towels and toilet paper for 2 days until the truck finally showed yesterday. It's so bad our store had to limit sales of water, paper and hand sanitizer.
What is next for us? Keep calm and carry on…
Does anyone know the process when they close a store? Trying to figure out if mines next😞
Kroger has no loyalty to anyone except their customers if you can't tell. So if I was you I would get out before it's too late. They allow their customers to be absolutely down right rude and disrespectful to their employees and that's okay because... — read more
Next round is in October '20. So get ready for it. After that they will got rid of certain department mngs. That is why they are working on paying MODs 50 cents more.
So sick of the stress that comes with working for this company. I know the grass is not always greener, but it just gets worse everyday. Rodney is terrible. He will destroy Kroger completly. Good luck to everyone who is waiting to see if we get to... — read more
2/26/20 Atlanta Division announced via conference call and email; their threat that more layoffs were coming didn’t scare enough people away (natural attrition) and that they would be firing more people by the end of the quarter (further headcount... — read more
Can someone help me explain the rules?
There is a huge difference between the two, so I would really appreciate it if somebody could provide us with a clarification. I am worried enough as it is about layoffs, I really do not need to add firings to the mix as well (or I will need to up my... — read more
Kroger Louisville division began firing off assistant store managers yesterday at least 23 ASM have been let go or demoted in just one district What is everyone else hearing or seeing out there
It's a near certainty that you will be laid off at least once in your lifetime. Knowing this, what are you doing to prepare for the day when you're notified that your position has been eliminated? Do you have emergency savings to cover 6 months'... — read more
Why is Kroger moving all the stockers to third shift what is the point of it there the shelves will be empty pre-prime time 6:00 with nobody to fill the shelves
I know it's probably not the best site for asking a question like this but since no other options exist, here it goes: Does Kroger Pay Well?
Do we know anything?
(Atlanta Division) I called again about my insurance and the lady told me that there was some error, and they were erroneously charging people the extra $15 a week for not doing the bio screen in Sept. even if they were only on the ancillary plan... — read more
The person in charge of hiring hired multiple new people for my department without talking to anyone. The head of our department tried to work around it by giving them training hours because they do need to be trained, but the store manager chewed... — read more
Has anyone heard if they got jobs at Walmarts or Targets maybe Meijer here in Dayton. I know the SM Who ran 933 into the ground cut and run a lemonade stand. And the one the one at 759 couldn't run a taco cart but they weaseled their way this far... — read more
I see a lot of posts but the next time I get on line they are gone? What's the deal? Who has a say on what stays and what goes? I don't recall any posts inciting violence, being s-xist, etc. that would cause a moderator to take them down?
How many work at the company? What is the overall employee count at Cincinnati?
Rodney needs to reach out to some of the folks from the VRO in 2017 a lot of experience left and the and the downfall started then. 8451and Boston consulting are running the company now and it's not working. CPG companies taking funds elsewhere... — read more
Employees such as checkers are being or have been replaced by self checkout machines. Strange & unhappy shift from customer perspective. A downer.
When does it begin?
https://youtu.be/STnMdfy6rhM If it’s true - it’s coming soon to most divisions.
It's really, really clear Kroger has been and continues to target experienced employees. In many states this could be actionable under anti-age discrimination statutes, but what my pharmacist partner observed is that the DM was smart enough to never... — read more
It seems the theme in many large corporation layoffs. Older, more experienced employees are targeted so cheaper new hires can take their place. This saves money in the short run, but it quite possibly can be the companies ultimate downfall as in... — read more
No matter what your told by HR head hunters do NOT come here and work for them. D1 in Nashville is failing - You will regret working here every day of your life lol. Do not leave your current job (even if it's in the lowest parts of hell) to come... — read more
This is not a company that cares or values their employees, the people on the front lines making them their 121 billion. It's about their shareholders, failing business deals and being on top. All the talented a nd well seasoned employees will leave... — read more
My guess is another layoff will be the death nail. Workers are already looking to find work elsewhere while at kroger - another massive layoff will send the message to whoever they keep who were on the fence about their job security off of it and... — read more
Coming from the other side of the layoff. I just want to say the grass is greener. I know a lot of store managers like me that have dedicated their lives, moved their families to other towns or states, worked 12 to 16 hours all the time, usually 6 or... — read more
I'm getting really tired of all the uncertainty and stress that comes with it. Why not have all the layoffs at once? Why keep us waiting, thinking there could be more coming at any time? What's the point?
if you made it through the first round of firings, this is NO guarantee you will make it with this company. It's a company that can't be trusted in any way. They can just as easily change their minds or receive commands from great leader that more... — read more
I hear from several sources both at the regional office as well as various levels of tenured store management that there will be another larger lay-off in January for store management. Has anyone else heard this? I’ve heard 160-180 managers will be... — read more