At our store to get full time you have to work 40 hours for 12 consecutive weeks. A guy in our store got full time because they thought he only had 6 weeks but he really had 12. He took a personal day several weeks ago and it was assumed that his progression started over at that point. It turns out if you take a personal day during your progression towards full time and the total number of hours you're paid is still 40 then that week is simply not counted at all and your progression remains intact. It doesn't count towards your progression but it doesn't cause it to reset either. It's as if you simply skipped over that week.
Would you like fries with th... I mean, your milk in a bag?
I am no longer part of the oppressed, evil workforce of Kroger! Can you say "Hallelujah"
its 40 hours a week for 12 weeks, and 32 a week to maintain full time status in my area
Anonymous wrote:its 40 hours a week for 12 weeks, and 32 a week to maintain full time status in my area