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Im new to kroger. When i clock in to work. I hit ring then put my ID in and hit the in/out shift and press enter and the screen will say ring accepted. And do the same for when i leave. But when i went online it says i worked 0 hours for both days. I asked another employee how to do it and they showed me to do it the same way i did. Is that the right way to clock in? If not then how



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Anonymous wrote:

Im new to kroger. When i clock in to work. I hit ring then put my ID in and hit the in/out shift and press enter and the screen will say ring accepted. And do the same for when i leave. But when i went online it says i worked 0 hours for both days. I asked another employee how to do it and they showed me to do it the same way i did. Is that the right way to clock in? If not then how


 Aside from scanning your finger print. You are doing it right. You might have to just fill out one of those slips of paper and explain whats going on. Or as you said your new, they probably still haven't quite gotten your hours in the system just yet? Either way, I'd talk to your DH or the HR person about it. They should be able to help you out.



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Where are you seeing your hours online?

If you hit the Inquiry button on the timeclock, it should show you how many hours you have for the week.  Inquiry is below Ring button.

You are clocking in and out the correct way.  Most divisions expect you to clock in and out for breaks and lunches too.

I always tell new people to keep a record of their hours worked.  I do not trust kronos to be 100% accurate.  I keep mine on a spreadsheet. 

You can probably keep a log on your phone somehow.  I always check my paystub online against my records.

If it ever says, "Ring restricted, see manager", that is when you need to get an override from a csm.

If it says, "Punch stored", the hours will be correct when kronos is done updating.

 



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I went on express HR then to my eschedule portal. It showed the day and time  i was suppose to work. But the hours said 0.00. 



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I went on express HR then to my eschedule portal. It showed the day and time  i was suppose to work. But the hours said 0.00. 


 But that is showing the hours you are scheduled to work, NOT the actual hours you HAVE worked.  (Correct, fellow employees who have worked for Kroger a long time and know better than me?)



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I went on express HR then to my eschedule portal. It showed the day and time  i was suppose to work. But the hours said 0.00. 


That is your schedule.  It does not show the hours you worked.

It takes a week or four to get you into eschedule.  Then, you will see what your schedule is on the Eschedule site.  Currently, they are manually entering you into kronos and telling you which days to work.

You can not rely on Eschedule to always be accurate.  There should be a paper schedule posted near the break room.  You need to check that schedule every Friday(maybe take a pic of it).  Management can change the schedule before noon on Saturday.  So, you might need to check it again on Saturday.  When there are changes on the paper schedule, the changes are not always reflected on the eschedule site.

Welcome to Kroger and Good luck.



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When I started working, the first two weeks, I wasn't officially in the schedule so my hours would show zero. The HR lady had to manually input my hours for the week, which she wrote down for me on a piece of paper, and the FES had to override me to clock in each time. It was a pain in the ass, but after the second week, it was cool.



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By me in WI, we used to be able to see our exact times in / out, and our approximate wage earnings and categories based on hours in the system within Kronos. But then Krog switched our system over and it no longer shows our timecard as "registered / synced" with what punches the clock gets. Management can see it, but we can't anymore. I miss it. It helped to know exactly how many hours I had and what I was going to getting for Net pay. Our schedule is still posted in Kronos and our request off process, but not our timecard.



-- Edited by UC151 on Friday 11th of August 2017 10:11:02 PM

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