Kroger was a fun and knowledgeable place to be employed. Very clean, upbeat, and friendly as well.
Cashier/Filemaintenance (Former Employee), Atlanta, Ga – July 25, 2015
A typical day at work for me is first greeting people from customers to our associates as I'm entering the door, Lining up everything that needed to be done that day and focusing on the duties that needed to be taken care of. The things I've learned here is how important the customers really are and if wasn't for them I wouldn't be employed. I think the hardest part about the job is when the time runs out, even when I'm done with my normal duties I want to do more to put ease on the following day. But the most enjoyable part of my day is being able to interact with customers and getting to meet new people everyday.
Clerk (Former Employee), Augusta, GA – July 25, 2015
Pros: Friendly enviroment
Cons: very little work week hours
Fun upbeat environment everyone had a cheerful attitude. Workload was steady paced the store grossed a lot of money. In turn had the clerks steady going. Enjoyed handling customers special requests for cutting meats and produce.
Deli/Bakery/Kitchen/Nutrition/Dairy Clerk (Former Employee), Grayson, GA – July 6, 2015
The managers are nice, the coworkers are nice, and the customers are nice as well. It is all about customer service over there, and it is a lot of fun to talk to the customers and the coworkers. If it payed well enough, this would be the ideal job.
Produce Clerk (Former Employee), Morgantown, WV – June 29, 2015
Pros: Number of breaks, benefits
Cons: A lot of call-ins, not enough help somedays
A typical day of work involved stocking and prepping produce, marking down items, and helping costumers with any questions they have. I learned ways to improve on helping customers as well as some of the technology involved in the grocery business. Management was good about letting the workers know what they wanted and were good about listening to anything workers had to say. My co-workers were – more... usually helpful with a few that didn't seem to care that much. The hardest part of the job was moving the product from the loading dock to the produce cooler and prep room. This was because of the amount of product on the pallets that we would move as well as the distance from the loading dock in the back of the store to the produce cooler which was in the front of the store. The most enjoyable part of the job was probably stocking because it was nice to see the department filled up after it started as empty. Seeing the end product of that was always very nice. – less