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1,712 questions about working at Kroger
Impacting the customers lives beyond shopping
Answered October 8, 2019
I’m under eighteen at the moment and currently in Highschool, they had me working four out of five nights of the week from 3 or 4 pm to 11, which is actually illegal in Texas considering minors aren’t allowed to work past 10 on school nights or any night that precedes school. Furthermore I would usually end up being the last courtesy clerk in the store and would be responsible for completely clearing out the parking lot. Something I was never told about beforehand, they would basically just dump it on me.
Answered March 15, 2017
I applied, called and checked on my application and scheduled an interview. I was hired on the spot after interviewing.
Answered June 29, 2016
Pretty quick, easy. Basic questions.
Answered July 6, 2016
I come in at midnight, remove every other department's product from my cooler (Usually Dairy and Deli) that's not supposed to be there. This can range from 20 minutes all the way up to 2 hours depending on how bad it is. Run backstock, do markdowns, rotation check, backroom count. Break down the truck when it shows up, running pre-pack immediately, then breaking down everything onto carts in the cooler (usually 3-5 pallets). Order for the next truck, and help the morning crew setup.
Answered March 15, 2020
What type of drug test do they do
Asked December 1, 2017
I was hired at a Dayton OH area Kroger last week (Sep 21, 2020) and was told the company no longer conducts drug testing. They were unable to find enough people to pass to keep their positions staffed. As long as you don't show up at work under the influence of something, or have a accident on the job, you will not be tested. That said if you test positive for THC I don't see them terminating you--unless you were high on the job.
Answered December 1, 2017
Be confident but not overbearing. Remember that aside from being able to learn the skills for the job, all it takes is ambition and patience to get places in this company.
Answered August 3, 2017
Not flexible at all
Answered March 15, 2020
Be a manager, stop believing egotists who brag on themselves and bad-mouth everyone else, use tools created by main office to assign work fairly and measure performance correctly like time sheets, allow employees to make direct complaints without supervisor in room, take harassment and bullying seriously.
Answered March 15, 2017
Being in fight-or-flight mode all day, every day because of having to deal with rude, entitled, argumentative customers.
Answered September 20, 2016
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