Anonymous wrote:I feel sorry for all of you who hate kroger as much as I do. I'm a regular customer and it sucks. My wife won't let us shop anywhere else ("too expensive")Here's why they thonk they can treat the employees this way- Most of the reviews by them on here have poor spelling and grammar. Should've went to college.
I feel sorry for all of you who hate kroger as much as I do. I'm a regular customer and it sucks. My wife won't let us shop anywhere else ("too expensive")
Here's why they thonk they can treat the employees this way- Most of the reviews by them on here have poor spelling and grammar. Should've went to college.
funny how all the smart people think people who work for Kroger didn't go to school.
Be a man shop where you want stop letting your wife boss you around.
The problem is all the young people who work at Kroger who have no social skills, flirt with the SunTrust tellers, can't say thank you, have ADHD, and have their head up their ass.
Its a job get over it......
Maybe you should spend your time going back to school to educate yourself.
Anonymous wrote:they over work there employees they give you no hours or help so yeah **** them.
they over work there employees they give you no hours or help so yeah **** them.
You are so right about that.Everyone at my store will tell you that's what is happening with them as well.I think they want the workers that have a lot of years working for them to leave so they can hire young kids for cheaper pay.I don't think the younger kids will last if they have to work as hard as we do .The e-schedule is really crazy.It has some people working till 10:00 pm when they use to come to work at 7:00 am and get off at 3:00pm and they don't get called up front to check or sack groceries so why do they need to stay there so late.I say they are trying to get rid of us.Alot of workers have already quit because of this bull crap.
I work in transportation in So Cal, same crap goes on here as well but we get too many hours. If I were to do or say half the crap dispatchers do I would be fired union or not. they treat you and talk to you like ****, not one of these scum bags in management would talk to me like that outside of work or anyone else for that matter. Kroger cares nothing about the employeeyour thousand people standing in line for my job so why would they care about you. The only reason I'm still here is the benifets and of course the pay as well, drivers do make good money. Counting the days till I retire,,, NEVER will I step foot in a Kroger store again....
#2 is exactly Liberal's did before they all closed up years ago!!
Anonymous wrote:Maybe this company should treat their employees better so they will treat the customers better. As a customer, anyone can see the employees are miserable and they seem to want to take it out on the customers. What a sorry state of affairs.
Maybe this company should treat their employees better so they will treat the customers better. As a customer, anyone can see the employees are miserable and they seem to want to take it out on the customers. What a sorry state of affairs.
This makes too much sense so of course it's not an option.
Why would you shop somewhere you are not happy with or not treated like you want to be?
They all suck
I did get fired because of the same thing. Contact your union rep immediately. I was on probation. if you are not you still can fight this and you should
Easily worse...and it doesn't matter if it is Kroger or Fry's or Kind sooper or any of the other companies...they all suck STRIKE!
If your super hard working, enjoy being ultra micro managed by some of the stupidest morons on the face of the planet, love working with lazy deadbeats that do nothing while you bust your rump to get your work and theirs done, for the lowest possible wages allowed by law, then maybe this is the place for you. I have over 10 years experience in grocery and retail, have worked at many other grocery and retail stores, and can honestly say this is the worst job I have ever had. It's no wonder they have such a high associate turnover rate. No sane self respecting person would endure a place like this for very long. I certainly hope all Kroger stores are not run like the one I work at. Good luck to you all.
CONTACT THE UNION IMMEDIATELY! DON'T TAKE CRAP FROM NOBODY!
I HAVE BEEN WITH THE COMPANY A LONG TIME NEVER BEEN WROTE UP FOR BEING MEAN TO CUSTOMER NOW IVE BEEN WROTE UP WITH THIS NEW SURVEY ANYBODY CAN SAY ANYTHING ABOUT ANYBODY IVE BURNED BRIDGES EVEONE HAS IT S NOT FAIR I MIGHT LOOSE MY JOB THIS IS SO STUPED ON THEIR PART ITS NOT FAIR.
THEY NEED TO START TREATING THE WORKERS WITH A BIT OF KINDNESS IT GOES A LONG WAY
kroger bosses and D m are some mean humans
I recently just started working here about 3 weeks ago. I work in the deli. all of a sudden, I check the schedule and I have 0 hours for this coming week. keep in my mind, I called my manager, left her a voicemail and texted her. she did not get back to me about my schedule. I went in yesterday very confused because no one even bothered to tell me what's going on. I had to track down a manager and she told me I was being moved to the front like everyone knew but me. the rumor was I was apparently ignoring customers, and not even doing my job. 99% of the time, I was the one doing all of the work. I just like how not even management could tell me what was going on. I had to contact the customer service manager today and told her I could only work in the morning on Sunday. I was told that Sunday is required in my work week and I'm at the bottom of the schedule based on seniority. **** seniority and **** unions!! if I need Sundays off then I NEED SUNDAYS OFF!!! end of story.
You're not joking. The union is a d*mn joke!!!
Maybe you should look for other work.
It was the co-manager's idea, and at the time I was 16 years old, knew he was full of crap, and moved on. It absolutely IS STUPID. You are correct. That's why, even at 16, I thought, "This guy is a moron. Time to go."It was/is this absurdity that I am hoping to counter through my presence here. Only through a mass exodus of good employees will the company and union realize that something has to give.Complacence is just as evil as perpetration. To do or say nothing is just as bad as doing the wrong in the first place.
I am a veteran of three "tours" with Kroger. My first was in 1996, I was a teenager, worked as a bagger. This tour was ended abruptly when I was informed that baggers are to speak to no one other than customers or the front end supervisor. I finished my shift and declined to go back.
My second "tour" was from 1997-2004, in the meat department. I started at about 4.75 (which was minimum back then) and nearly seven years later I earned $6.25/hr. I hated my job but needed the work, and kept at it. In early 2004 I had a major life event and had to relocate. I used all of my PTO and vacation time to facilitate the move, had management approval and backing from my store to transfer, had the Union go-ahead to transfer, and met the new store manager after relocating. I was scheduled to begin the following Monday, so I would not have missed any work that was not vacation or PTO. I have to say at this juncture that if any of you meet Alan Sustakoski, he is a good man who was the BEST Kroger manager I ever worked for. He is higher up in Zone F MidAtlantic now, and even though his new job requires him to be a Kroger hardliner, he is still a blue collar worker at heart. He would bend over backward to help anyone who is trying to help themselves. I can't say enough, but I digress...
Anyway, on Saturday before beginning at the new store, I was contacted by the now-retired Kroger manager (to remain nameless) of the new store, and he told me that the people in the meat department were upset because with 7 years experience, I would bump into the #3 slot in seniority. They were creating a lot of noise, and he didn't want to deal with it. His suggestion to me was to resign, reapply in a few weeks, and (not in his words, but his sentiment) start over as a new hire! I would lose rate of pay, seniority, insurance, PTO, vacation, etc but he was concerned with upsetting the old guard.
I contacted the Union, and they said the manager had already accepted the transfer, and would have to accept me as an employee. They told me not to resign. They told me that they would have it straightened out but that it could take another week.
Two weeks went by and the Union could give me no progress report, even though I called my rep personally every other day. In the meantime, my savings was quickly being depleted, so I started looking for other work. I found another job the second day, they offered me minimum wage with a 30-day evaluation and, if performance was satisfactory, a $2 raise on the 31st day. I had never seen raises like that, so I decided to go to work with them. I told them before they hired me about the Kroger situation, that I was trying to get a transfer pushed through and it could be any day. They said, "No problem, you may like working here better, but if you only stay a few weeks, it's okay."
The second week of working for the new company (which was a month after my supposed transfer start day) the "nameless manager" called me and said the Union wanted the transfer to go through and he needed me at Kroger the following Sunday. I explained that I had found another job since we had last spoken, and he said "Kroger doesn't come second, we don't work around other jobs." I said I had the potential of making more money with the new job, and that the fact remained HE didn't want to accept the transfer at first, which made Kroger my second job at this point. He got really irate, so I said, Tell you what, let me talk to my 1st job and see what I can do. I never called him back. By the time I left the new job, I had more than doubled my Kroger pay, in only 18 months.
The third "tour" is a long story, but suffice it to say that I had many problems with a supervisor and the Union would do nothing because "you can't file grievances against other Union members." THIS IS WHY DEPARTMENT HEADS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED KROGER MANAGEMENT EMPLOYEES. The Union protects abusive supervisors by sheltering them as Union members!!!
The point is this: If you are a current Kroger employee and don't like your job, and you are a dedicated worker, DON'T BUY INTO THE HYPE THAT YOU ARE 'LUCKY' TO BE WORKING AT KROGER. They don't care about your family, they don't care about your well being. YOU CAN DO BETTER IF YOU BEAT THE PAVEMENT AND LOOK AROUND. Kroger doesn't deserve good workers, the Union doesn't deserve good workers. YOU DESERVE BETTER THAN KROGER.
we should start a protest against kroger **** the union they dont do jack **** anyways
Working for this deadend company is equal to slow death. Its stressful and bad for your heatlh the customers have no respect and management is dumb as ****, like how can you tell me how to do my job when i have 6 years expirience and you have none. All you do is sit on your ass and smother your chair in farts. I do four different positions for the same hourly wage I had since I got there, and all mangement can do is tell me how bad Im doing. You know what KROGER and LUCIA can suck my ****ing balls, I hate this ****in company!
a terrible, horrible, disgusting company that is run by terrible managment who doesn't give 2 sh*ts about the people who work there. They over work their employees for next to nothing pay. Unorganized, no breaks, hours suck, and management could honestly care less about their employees like they say they do. They train you terribly and leave you to pick up the pieces if something goes wrong. I hate it! And they just throw you into the field without any prior knowledge to anything. It's like in the interview they're nice and they say they care and they wan't you ther, but once you are actually employed all of that goes out of the window and all they care about is if your scanning a damn plus card. The management at my store is terrible and they think too highly of themselves for them to work for an industry like Kroger. I will NEVER work for these people again..suck a** company.
Yes I agree. I get 10 hous to 18 hours a week been there 17 months. When they call them I tell them no. If they scedule me I WILL be there.
The union is complete **** it works with kroger in jewing out the employees, kroger is run by **** people who care very little about their employees, they believe everyone that works under them is expendable IF ANYONE IS READING THIS FROM KROGER GO WALK OUT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE HIGHWAY DURING RUSH HOUR TRAFFIC YOU **** SUCKING SONS OF BITCHES
OP speaks the truth, they could have hired monkeys that could do a better job at managing a store or being an ACSM or atleast in my store..
I sincerely hope I get the opportunity to see Krogers fall flat on their face. What a horrible, disgusting company. I worked for the worst manager that enjoyed ridicule and trying intimidate her employees. Their upper management you can most certainly bet doesn't make min wage. Most of the management they have doesn't know anything when you try to get answers. As for the union I was in--what a joke! They didn't do anything for me when I needed them, all they did was take money out of my weekly pay checks. They tricked all the new hires into signing up for the union, stating this is a requirement of employment. When several of us tried to call them on it--they told us we had to be union members for one year, before we could get out of it. They proceeded to tell us we would be in bad standing with the union. Who the f cares? The entire company and union is in bad standing with me and so many others.
I worked for Kroger's/ Fry's Food. I fell at work and severely injured myself requiring 2 surgeries. I went through all the necessary steps of allowing the management to drug test me etc.., went to the doctor they told me I had to go to. Fry's or Kroger's is self-insured and works directly with Sedgwick-workers comp. Both of these terrible horrible companies refused to pay anything toward all the medical bills I had. I told them I was taking them to the Industrial Commission--what a joke that turned out to be. Fry's made it so difficult for me to continue working for them. I would get blamed for yelling at customers which I would never do, for not cleaning the department I worked in properly. Fry's management told workers comp and the Industrial Commissioner that I fainted--hot at all true. They are a HORRIBLE COMPANY, that doesn't give a rats behind about their employees. It's all about the dollar for them. They pay min wage, work your butt off, and treat you like pure crap. If this posting gets one person not to shop at one of their stores, then good. I hate liars, and Krogers and Fry's is just that--LIARS.
I work in California for Ralphs as a Courtesy Clerk been there for 4 years, Kroger decided as of this year to cut our hours once again, so all of the sudden I'm stuck with my closing duties along with closing produce, meat department, bakery, and their newest bright idea, service deli! I walked back there the girl working there gave me a quick tutorial then left because she was on a 6 hour shift. The next day, I got bitched at for doing something wrong, because apparently my management believes that I need to know exactly what to do the first time I do it, which btw my ever expanding job description comes with no extra pay. Whoever the jackass who thought of Que Vision needs to be fired all it does is stress my managers out, it allegates one of them to the computer looking for "dips" as they call it. I hope this company burns they think that by treating their employees like **** that they will establish a good business model. Well eventually that will end up blowing up in their face.