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I passed everything and they email saying that their volume was low and they don't have enough hours to give the new hires what does that mean? Help!!!

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Worked for the company for 9 years with a (metal spine) 40 hours a week topped out wage went part time down to 4 days a week was not good enough they want 5 days or none the way I see it said they were taking my wage from 15.35 down to 12.25 if I did not work full time other than my back problems I have been helping my 75 year old father so I could not work 5 days a week I said I would work 4 with no problems haven’t called off in 3 years at least now new contract cut my hours completely cause I wouldn’t work full time they gave me an option to take a 70 year old ladies job or a 37 year old with 5 children my only option is to steal someone else’s job that has worked hard for it I even said drop my pay that’s fine but that wasn’t good enough apparently you litterally have to walk behind the managers with a p o o p scoop to get anywhere and not f’d over constantly if you don’t have a p o o p scoopyou have to use your hand and walk behind them with your hand opened also no hunger no waiste lol my
( )0( ) I’ve seen the company throw away enough food to feed a country in one day and that’s just one store morals win I’m taking the high road Kroger trip down the stairs into well you know

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It was first receiving a text to let me know Kroger was Interested in talking to me about the job I applied for. Then I called the number listed and had a telephone interview. I was then given information to speak to the HR person for an interview and any follow-up if they had the Intention to hire you. It depends on where you apply but I feel the process took way too long at the store because of the person interviewing me being called away by management. I would have preferred to have someone's full attention to talk about concerns about the job instead of the constant interruptions. But then I saw the assistant mgr giving an Interview and the lady came out quickly. And yes, she got the job. I did not get a drug test which I thought was a little strange. I would also have to wait for help to get started on computer training with people going back and forth. It was like my time was not important. I did not get to walk the store before I began and I was supposed to. I also didn't have a name tag given to me. I applied for one job-cashier and thought that was what I was going to be doing but was asked if I wanted to work in the cheese shop. I agreed not thinking there would be a problem. I was unable to stand on the stool provided to reach the top shelves for stocking. It was unstable for me but maybe not for everyone else. I think this may be the reason I was let go. I was told that there was a lot of physical labor and they didn't think the job was a good fit for me, so I was let go after a few weeks. Make sure you ask lots of questions if there may be climbing or anything physically challenging for you. I could have done the job, I feel with the right equipment.

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Does krogers in athens ohio pay weekly?

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What were my previuos jon experiences and can I pass a drug test

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Full time employees are pretty much expected to be available whenever. And then they tend to call part-time employees in whenever they need them.

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$8.25/hr in BEAUMONT, TX for Cashier/Front End Clerks

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Give those over the age's of 50 and 60 the chance for employment. Same as the younger generation.

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Fellow associates are like a big family. Management and office people (customer service people in red vests) were just rude and uncaring.

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