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It only takes 3 days. Once you get face to face interview offer is made then drug swab is done once background and drug screening comes back they call u come in for Orientation.

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I didn't trust the people I was working for

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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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Pay more then 8.35 an hr. That's just not enough to even bother taking the job. No wonder you can't hire enough people.

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Biweekly or weekly

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“What do you like about Kroger ?”

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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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To be more selective in choosing Managers who care about achieving standards and maintaining them and in being Good leaders and training Employees. Managers to busy with looking good on paper but not showing high standards of leadership or of maintaining Company Standards.

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

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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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