Cashier, Clerk, and Stocker (Former Employee), atlanta – November 29, 2014
Pros: 10 precent off
Good company/Good managers and supervisors/good working environment as far as location and atmosphere/good hours/good benefits/easy transition to other departments and training classes available to get into smoothly.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Lithonia, GA – November 26, 2014
Great place for college students and first time jobs. It is under a union that follows guidelines. If you can get into management the career is outstanding and has a lot of room for advancement and growth with in the company.
Fuel Center Clerk (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – November 21, 2014
Pros: steady work load
Cons: lack of hours
A typical day in the position consisted of beginning my shift with draw countdown. Upon getting on the register, the day's customer flow was consistently steady for the entire shift. At the end of my shift, I was responsible for counting and balancing the drawer as well as closing refreshment dispensers. I got along with all of my co-workers extremely – more... well. The hardest part of this position was working the entire shift with no breaks in customer flow. The most enjoyable part of this job was building rapport with customers. – less
Cashier / Fuel Clerk (Former Employee), Covington, GA – November 8, 2014
Pros: verizon wireless discounts
Cons: short breaks and low pay
The Kroger Co. is not a very "friendly" place to work. I am a team person and I like to work together, not against each other. The management was not taking needed action as far as employees who were stealing, not doing their jobs, ect. I reported a co worker who told me he gave away cigarettes to customers under 18. They never once took action which – more... upset me, that's against the law. Would not recommend to work for this company, unfortunately. – less
Fuel Clerk/Cashier (Current Employee), Union City, GA – November 6, 2014
I have to open and/or close fuel kiosk. Count cash drawer to start shift as well as ending the shift. Take cash and credit card payments and return change if needed. Make daily safe drops in different amounts ranging from $200 - $500. Ensure that the area around the gas pumps and the convenience store is cleaned and maintained properly. Receive fuel – more... trucks and supervise refilling of fuel pumps. Restock coolers if needed. Take daily inventory on lottery and tobacco products. – less
Assistant Customer Service Manager (Former Employee), Maineville, OH – October 27, 2014
Was a fast paced, always on the go job that was enjoyable to me. Friendly environment and since the store I worked at was so small everyone were like family. The job itself wasn't bad as long as you like the general public and dealing with retail customers.
Mostly fun place to work with some interesting perks.
Cashier (Current Employee), Conway, AR – October 26, 2014
Pros: fun people, free stuff, discount on kroger brand items
Cons: you only get a lunch if you work for eight and a half hours
A typical day at Kroger is to clock in and immediately be thrown into a fast paced work day. This job taught me that sometimes being super busy can be rewarding and how to deal with some less than polite people. When not busy we are expected to clean or help customers. That is when the fun begins. Most of my coworkers are as competitive as I am so cleaning – more... and pulling customers to our lanes becomes a friendly game. Our managers are fun people who aren't afraid to model some of the Halloween merchandise for us in the break room. One of the best things about Kroger though is that when we have a damaged crate of items we can't sell they will put the products in the break room and we can take as many as we want. I once scored a two weeks supply of instant Starbucks coffee. – less