Deli Clerk (Current Employee) – Shreveport, LA – July 22, 2017
It is a great place to work and I would recommend working there to a friend. I planning on still working there if I have an opportunity to receive another job in my field in which I attended school for.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 21, 2017
I started part time with the company, but after 1month being there I was able to do training to level up. I was able to cross train with two different derpartments and after another year I became fulltime. I was able to grow with this company.
Deli Clerk (Part-time) / Courtesy Clerk (Former Employee) – Decatur, GA – July 21, 2017
typical day; Its was okay most days learned not ever is your friend management was great hardest part of the job was to bag heavy glass things without braking them enjoyable partwas able to meet new people
Cashier (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – July 21, 2017
I was only with the Kroger Company for a few short months, but I mostly enjoyed my time there. The job was not too stressful, and apart from having to stand for long hours without being allowed, to sit, it was not so bad. The management was polite and willing to listen to your complaints and help you talk through and problems you may have had.
The hardest part of the job was the customers. Everyone who works in customer service knows that, sometimes, you just get customers that treat you like dirt. Not being able to stand up for yourself, especially when you were being chastised for some imagined error, could be taxing.
The best part of the job was, again, the customers. It was a humbling experience to meet so many people, most of them polite and patient. I even received Employee of the Month for July 2012 because I greeted an older lady with, "Good afternoon, young lady. Are you young enough to qualify for the senior citizens' discount?" She loved that, apparently
Order picker (Former Employee) – Delaware, OH – July 21, 2017
the freezer i worked in was no joke the coldness was outstanding some times take your breath away that was the hardest part but i cant say it was all bad there some good in all jobs its just i dont think i got the chance to see the good in it
Supervisor/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Dickinson, TX – July 21, 2017
Kroger is a great company to start with. I never really used the benefits, considering i was there from 16-18 and was still on my parents' insurance plans! However, i like the fact that they do offer benefits and paid vacations. I always had great hours. However, i was quickly promoted as a supervisor/customer service and i did that for about 2 hours... I was still getting paid the same as a starting cashier so that's why i had to leave. Other than that, if you don't plan on moving up in the company, it is a great place to start with.
Stocker (Former Employee) – Conroe, TX – July 20, 2017
I got offered this job after getting laid off. I was paid good and taught so many things very fast. When I couldn't work days they let me work nights and always helped me get yours wherever I could. This job is definitely a great place to be at if you are good at math and have the experience.
Produce Clerk (Current Employee) – Anchorage, AK – July 20, 2017
I haven't started working here for too long at all. But for some reason one of the managers never put me on the schedule for a whole week. And when I do come to work I feel like I keep on getting picked on, I don't understand what I'm doing wrong and I've also asked what I can do, to do a better job. But I still feel like I'm getting treated like I'm not doing anything right. It makes me not even want to come to work, but I've talked to management and we will see how things will be taken care of. I really need a job to pay for bills, but I don't want to come to work, to be treated like this.