Cashier (Current Employee) – Dacula, GA – December 18, 2018
A typical day at work consists of meeting and greeting customers, scanning items and bagging items, and answering questions about items. I learned to move in a fast paced environment. Management is alright, they expect too much from you sometimes. The hardest part of the job is not knowing what to do to be honest and dealing with hard customers. The best part of this job is meeting new people and creating friendships with them. Also becoming close with your coworkers. Wouldn’t leave this company unless they paid me a little more and we’re consistent with my hours.
Some days fun to work,some days not so fun depends on the managements appearance but still manage to pulled throughout those days and make everyone working the same shift with me happy. I learn a lot working for Kroger company,I enjoyed it myself.
produce clerk (Former Employee) – League City, TX 77573 – December 18, 2018
As a produce clerk I walked in and met up with my produce manager to see what duties are to be done. With whatever section of the department I would focus on that day, I would check the quality. I would see if I had to throw it away or restock more of that product to the shelve. I made sure that the department was fresh for the customers. I also broke down the pallets that came in that day. I would also assist the customers with whatever needs that needed to be met. There is a vast abundance of content in the produce department.
Do not work here at all even if it is your first job
Courts test Clerk (Current Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – December 18, 2018
Stay away from this place at any costs. Management is the worst they complain about just anything you do, they don’t give you any credit even if it means you are doing something very good for the store and it’s all favoritism for them they promote the people they only like and just leave the rest to rot. Overall just stay away and find somewhere else to work because they will drive you into the ground.
Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – December 18, 2018
Hardest thing is working on sunday and holidays. huge rush of customers all wanting their special order of ham or chicken even sandwiches. Your typical day is just standing waiting for a customers and completing their orders.
Deli Clerk (Delicatessen Clerk) (Former Employee) – Sun City West, AZ 85375 – December 18, 2018
the job is very straight forward and easy to preform however they do not give much opportunity for advancement in position and they do not work with you in terms of transfer or department switch they did cut hours as well
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – December 18, 2018
I was hired to be a Pharmacy Tech and they trained me on the job. This was in Virginia. I passed the state and national exams and worked there for a few years. When I moved to Washington state I wasn't able to find another pharmacy job because they wanted a degree.
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Reynoldsburg, OH – December 18, 2018
Helping with customers out to there car. Bagging groceries, cashing out orders. Helping customers at the self checkout aisle. Scanning Ids and grabbing cigarettes for people. Stocked items on shelves. Everything you do in a basic grocery store.
Courtesy Clerk/Cashier (Former Employee) – Stockbridge, GA – December 18, 2018
The job does not pay much. It builds character. The job can be stressful. They hire many students. The company works well with your school schedule. The pay doesn't match the workload. If you're a courtesy clerk it is very possible to move up to cashier.
pharmacy technician (Former Employee) – Livonia, MI – December 17, 2018
everyone is treated like family and is very friendly, i see plenty of growth opportunites within the company, discounts are great for employment and they offer flexible hours, i love the atmosphere of the staff and customers
FRONT END SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – wv – December 17, 2018
I loved working at kroger, everyday flew by but it was the same things day after day. Not enough full time jobs unless its a bigger store. I only left due to the pay raises sucking. after 7 years i was only making 10 an hour part time
Meat Clerk/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Franklin, WI – December 17, 2018
There was nothing really special about working for Kroger, it was just a basic job during high school that paid decently. The managers were hit or miss and some people lacked core skills that brought down the overall team but it wasn’t too bad