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What advice would you give the CEO of Kroger Stores about how to improve it?

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Treat their employees better, train these managers, I think the CEO needs to do a more thorough investigation in the store and definitely see what's going on. And definitely get the whole store to do a meeting with the whole department.

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Spend more money on training Managers to problem solve, commuicate and appreciate their hard working employees and creating a better working environment for all. With fair schedules and equal rotation in days off for all . Less favourtism.

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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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Invest in your people- they're your best customers. Pay them more so they can spend more in your stores. Happy employees = happy customers.

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Pay attention to what's going on in each division. It honestly feels like each division is run completely differently. Reviews on sites like this from employees in cities in other divisions paint pictures that vary wildly from what I experienced. I understand that each geographic area is different and some differences are necessary but it seems ridiculous to have, as an example, two divisions where Kroger is a top grocer and to have one with an effective moratorium on promotions while the other hands them out like candy.

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Listen to employees and have store management not throw employees under the bus for the stores looking like so poor due to the lack of man power. Starting grocery stocking wages at 8$/hr is also a joke.

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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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You would employ employees that would stay if you paid decent wages. You don't pay enough for an adult to live off of. That is why you have high turn over rate.

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Make a station available to customers which would allow them to type a product into a computer and be instructed where a particular product is located in the store.

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Help to change the culture to help speed up the curve for the team.

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