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Who thinks Hackett would commit suicide if he goes on that show? I for one thinks if he ever did he would honestly dipset as fast as he could. That or while he's recording his nightly take on the day, he pulls out a desert eagle shining it with the sweat of his slave workers then pulling the trigger


ah can't a very annoyed employee think of things that hackett would do if he had to put up with the **** his employees do?

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Who thinks Hackett would commit suicide if he goes on that show? I for one thinks if he ever did he would honestly dipset as fast as he could. That or while he's recording his nightly take on the day, he pulls out a desert eagle shining it with the sweat of his slave workers then pulling the trigger


ah can't a very annoyed employee think of things that hackett would do if he had to put up with the **** his employees do?



who is this?  OR  what store do you work at?

 



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It's john hackett the president of kroger co.

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Dave Dillon wrote a blog entry earlier in the year about how he wouldn't go on that show since he visits stores alot and knows how things are.  But he looks at those stores through rose-colored glasses, apparently. 



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They take 2 weeks to make sure that everything is set up for when the big guys come in . So yeah they don't and won't ever see what it is like to be in that store.

Remember, Kroger is a business. They are here to make money they are not here to make things easier for us. Not being ****ty, just being honest.

The sooner people realize that kroger is a paycheck the better off they will be. There may be better places out there, but not many. So basically just try to make the best of a ****ty job.

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Kroger is a business not a charity I agree there.  But if you treak your employees better pay them well and look after them then your going to get more happy productive employees who are going to be loyal.

Pay them peanuts you get monkeys.  Stick Keyrefailing down them give them **** all your going to get a bunch of pissed off unhappy employees.

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I agree 100%. But sadly they don't. I've been in council meetings where they actually say that we should focus on hiring more people under 17. They don't need insurance, they stay for a couple years and move on.

Kroger likes the turntable people. Why keep someone for 30 years. You have to pay insurance etc. Plus the longer you keep someone, the more you have to pay them.

So I guess I'm rambling, but ya know. It's easy to get more bodies.

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Dave Dillon wouldnt last a week working in his stores. I bet he'd get lost in the parking lot returning shopping carts

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Dave Dillon is one of the best things to happen to this company.

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Anonymous wrote:

 

Dave Dillon wrote a blog entry earlier in the year about how he wouldn't go on that show since he visits stores alot and knows how things are.  But he looks at those stores through rose-colored glasses, apparently.

 



If he really wanted to know how things are at Kroger, he should go on that show. A couple of visits won't do s--t.
Plus he and his little butt buddy Hackett are so vehemently bent on making that drivel in that  Good to Great book work, that they don't care how that's affecting us in the first place and therefore won't immerse themselves in their company's workplace to see how that failsauce tastes in the real world.

 



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the comment he made didnt even make sense! He goes into the stores as a customer which is why they want shorter checkouts and more employees working during primetime, but the WHOLE POINT of undercover boss is to see the business through the employees eyes so in fact Dave Dillon is full of it and obviously doesn't concern himself with the people who make all his money.



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Anonymous wrote:

Dave Dillon wrote a blog entry earlier in the year about how he wouldn't go on that show since he visits stores alot and knows how things are.  But he looks at those stores through rose-colored glasses, apparently. 


 complete and utter bull****. He would be embarrassed on national television if he saw how some of these stores are operated. Not to mention someone in human resources would leak that its him to store management to give them a heads up.



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