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As a Kroger employee, specifically part time what are some benefits I can take advantage of? Medical, dental, store discounts, coupons, school tuition reimbursement, banking, credit card?

Also, while I'm here is a leave of absence available to part timers?  

Do you gain any benefits after working for 6 months or a year?



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Anonymous

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What are the benefits? As part time?

N O N E. That's why they hired you for that.



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Part timers dont really get benefits unless they work an average of 28 plus hours is a certain about of time. Thats how they save money on insurance and other things.

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Anonymous

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i think it depends on your contract.

you have to work 6 months to get insurance, they usually send it thru the mail.

leave of absence is only if you are going to school or have surgery

store discount you have to talk to your HR person

if you have the union, you can join that and they offer discounts to places with your membership. we get 20% off of our at&t plans also have tuition grants



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Anonymous

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I work 16 hours a week and I have insurance (health, vision and dental). I contribute weekly $25.00 towards insurance. I received insurance info and application in a mail after approx. 1 year of working for Kroger. According to our contract you need to work min. 16 hours/week to qualify for individual insurance or min. 28 hours/week to qualify for family insurance. I'm in Midwest.

 

 



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Anonymous

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As for leave of absence, me and my co-workers (all part time) each year take few weeks off, mostly during summer. Some students go back home, some travel. Not everyone at the same time of course. Never had a problem with getting time off, you just have to tell the manager that you are planning on taking few weeks off in advance and fill in leave of absence form.

 



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