I spent 40 years as a Store Mgr with Kroger.
I had some wonderful supervisors in that time span.
I had some wonderful employees in that time span.
And yes, I was forced to tolerate some of both that did not deserve to breath air.
But overall, I have no major regrets.
What really put me over the edge at the end was the fact that the company's path was that it wanted a checklist, clipboard- carrying robot to manage a multi-million dollar business.
Not for me bud.
I have too much pride in my years of experience and decision-making ability.
Someone told me something along the way.
The good people that left Kroger had two things in common...1) none have starved to death and 2) they are happier than they have been in their life.
There is something to this.
My stock options are gone so let the crumbs fall where they may but I think this move will be the demise.