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promotions and holiday pay
  


hey people in cyberspace


I know that when u get hired u cant start at the top of the chain

u have to work for it

just wondering how long it takes to get promoted?

been working there for 3 months and i cover Utility, meat, frozen, and sometimes recieving, is this unsual for a courtesy clerk to be doing these things?



>all u coutersy clerks, IK how u feel, im one too<

just a little courios?

oh yeah and...

if u work on the holiday day, do u get paid 1 1/2 for the time ur on the clock? or am i paid at my regular pay?

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Anonymous

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Buddy they is using you.

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I don't know about other stores but in our store yes a courtesy clerk can help in the areas you mentioned when needed but not normally on a everyday basis. As frozen dept head I have one helper and he works part time. During times when the load exceeds the hours I have available in frozen then I can use whatever help I need to get the job done. I try to keep my loads where that doesn't happen but during holidays it's impossible not to.

I am sure this happens in other parts of the store as well.

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no you are not gettin time in a half i just worked my first holiday and you know how much extra i got paid....... 25 ****in cents i almost quit right there....im only 16 so it may be different if your over 18


I HATE KROGER!!!!!
and dont even reply to me frozen you ****in brown noser

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After labor day, i got off the front end and moved to frozen, and i got my check yesterday, now im 17, and past my probation period, and heres how my stub reads:

                    Rate         Hours

Legal Holiday: 6.55          4
Holiday Pay:    6.55          8


tell me if im wrong but u should feel lucky, i didnt get a .25 raise , basically i got nothing, i thought holiday pay was 1 1/2? that dont look like that to me........

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The Anonymous Loser Wrote "no you are not gettin time in a half i just worked my first holiday and you know how much extra i got paid....... 25 ****in cents i almost quit right there....im only 16 so it may be different if your over 18


I HATE KROGER!!!!!
and dont even reply to me frozen you ****in brown noser "


bich bich bich, why don't you just quit and quit wasting Kroger's money on another deadbeat employee who will probably be fired before long anyway.

I LOVE KROGER !!!!!

:)

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Anonymous

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holiday pay is not a time and a half
you get hours added to your check based on the number of average hours per shift you work (4,6,or8)
so thse who work 8 hrs a day get an extar 8 hrs called holiday pay on your paystub
at your regular payrate.

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Kroger ruined my life!  I was treated terribly by management from the beginning. I started as a bagger and it took seven months for me to become a cashier, even though I begged to move up constantly. My schedule was always messed up, with no regard for my availability. The only time I got a pay raise was when the national minimum wage went up and they had to give me a raise or break the law. Once I became a cashier, I was expected to work my tail off, and so developed carpel tunnel syndrome from all the scanning. Because of my low pay I wasn't able to go to the doctor, so I couldn't offer management "proof" of my condition and therefore they wouldn't take it seriously. I asked repeatedly to be transferred to a different job/department, but management consistently refused. And finally, my supervisor decided she hated me and started following me around, staring at me threateningly, and worst of all screaming at me in front of customers and other associates (raising her voice, calling me names, complaining about my "incompetence"). I asked her bosses to do something, and every time they would "talk to her", but after a few weeks she would start up again. I was with the company for 2 1/2 years, but I quit with less than 24 hours notice because of how upset they made me. I haven't set foot in a Kroger store since. This is the worst job I've ever had, and I strongly encourage anyone to steer clear of this company - either as a potential employee OR a shopper!!

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my husband currently works for kroger and was head dairy and he never got any help when he needed it and got stuck doing everything by himself. they never even gave help to frozen food when they neeeded it and cut department hours for him and frozen. kroger in wv is pretty much on a good ol boy system. keep in mind they are all union stores in this state and you still get a job wrongfully taken away and dont want to see younger people get ahead. even when he was head night crew he always had head grocery and management telling the employees not to listen to the night boss.  and threated them that they would get fired if they left when they supposed to.  so needless to say he is back at another store working nights and if other places were hiring around here other than seasonal he would be outta there in a heartbeat and he;s been there four years, heck the union doesnt even help you they are pretty much for themselves.

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The problem with Kroger is all the lazy *******s who work there that they refuse to fire because of the Union. The Union does help, but it hurts too making hard workers work twice as hard because they can't fire the good for nothing piece of **** workers that we have. I work at Kroger in Belpre, Ohio. I've been there about a year an a half, the management is great, and the employees are amazing, but theres just those times when things don't run right and I find myself doing 4 different peoples jobs at once.

I have to work thanksgiving tomorrow, for the second year in a row, while people who were just hired 1 month to 5-6 months ago are scheduled off. Seniority doesn't seem to mean ****.

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Anonymous wrote:

The problem with Kroger is all the lazy *******s who work there that they refuse to fire because of the Union. The Union does help, but it hurts too making hard workers work twice as hard because they can't fire the good for nothing piece of **** workers that we have. I work at Kroger in Belpre, Ohio. I've been there about a year an a half, the management is great, and the employees are amazing, but theres just those times when things don't run right and I find myself doing 4 different peoples jobs at once.

I have to work thanksgiving tomorrow, for the second year in a row, while people who were just hired 1 month to 5-6 months ago are scheduled off. Seniority doesn't seem to mean ****.




I think the lazy people get to stick around because lasy managers refuse to follow up. The onces who take pride in thier work are challenged to do more, while the ones who don't work are ignored. If managment would follow up with employees not doing things correctly, they would get fired. Managment doesn't want to work through the red tape.

Frankly, I'm fed up with the double standards at Kroger.

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