Q: What is it like working at The Kroger Company?
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:
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.
Assistant Store Manager in Ann Arbor:
Cons: Hours and work/life balance.