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How do employees review their experience at The Kroger Company?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with The Kroger Company as 3.1 out of 5. The Kroger Company earns the highest marks for Company Outlook with a score of 3.6 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Fair Pay, giving it 2.4 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that employees at The Kroger Company, with scores of 2.9 and 3.6 respectively, have had mixed experiences. Learn More

The Kroger Company Reviews

Q: What is it like working at The Kroger Company?

Utility Clerk in Thompson's Station:
Affordable insurance benefits for family and myself. Discounts on food and merchandise.

Bakery Clerk in Birmingham:
"I am part time I am now getting 401 k but not the benefits."
Very excellent benefits but I am part time waitinf for them to hire me in full time so I can get my dental vision and the other benefits been here since april in the bakery.

Cashier in Memphis:
Pros: The benefits, paid vacation, holiday and overtime are very good. The insurance premium is excellent.
Cons: The hours are not cohesive enough, not enough help, so some people are doing 2-5 jobs at one time but only getting paid for a lesser role. The stress level is high.

Sales Clerk/Cashier in Appomattox:
"Not great."
Pros: Nothing reallly. The jib gets me money to get by. The money I make here isn't enough to pay my bills. Currently have two job.
Cons: Pay is under what other people are doing for the equivalent or less like at Walmart, target, and food lion. I am a cashier and curtesy Clerk and still underpaid.

Barista in Dalton:
Pros: I like the personal experience each manager gives you, the pleasant/ upscale work environment, and the attention to employees.
Cons: Often we are unheard or overlooked, and expected to give way more than we receive, and underpaid for such a successful company.

Retail Store Assistant Manager in Knoxville:
"Long time employee."
Pros: Working with customers. Always something new to do. Good benefits.
Cons: No work/life balance. Long hours. Micromanagement.

Produce Department Manager (Grocery) in Richmond:
Pros: I like all aspects of my job. I have enough responsibility to feel important yet not overwhelmed.
Cons: The management team seems to not communicate all information effectively.

Cashier in Taylor:
Pros: With me being new to the team, the customers are so patient and nice to me. By far the best experience has been the customers.
Cons: I am new to the team and received no training. I ask a question and get attitude like it is such a problem that I am asking for help to make sure that I understand and am doing something correctly. I've been working there for a week and a half and still have no clue what they are going to pay me.

Cashier in Dublin:
Pros: The job is pretty easy, and the management isn't horrible, and promotions from within occur quite frequently relative to new hires.
Cons: The pay is very low, and due to the unionization of the company, employees not eligible to receive raises outside of periodical raises of a few cents per hour. Very repetitive and gets boring at times.

Deli Clerk in Georgetown:
"It isn't great."
Pros: I liked that a could give so much to the customers.
Cons: The pay was so low it was difficult to live. The raises were few and far between.

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