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Our district manager (Ken Smith) is only allowing a $20 allowance for food at store manager meetings.  lets see... with 20 people showing up that is $1 a head.  So hmmm, what can we serve a crew of 20 on a twenty dollar bill....

  •   2 Packs of John Morrel Hot Dogs boiled in water
  •   2 packs of marked down kroger hot dog buns
  •   1 jar of kroger brand apple sauce
  •   1 bag kroger brand potato chips
  •   1 bag Kroger brand cookies
  •   3 lb container Kroger brand macaroni salad
  •   1 container flavor-aid (store manager gets honor to choose favor)
  • bottle of mustard / catsup found in employee break room fridge used during last years employee apreciation day

YUM!  Yet another dumbass decision by a dumbass boss!

oh - but I bet that fat ass eats well using his kroger district manager credit card hanging out down at the kroger boxseats at the reds opening day today



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yea i know that guy. he's a real douchbag LOL. never chats with us employees. thinks he is invincible.  i can see what you are saying.



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Ohhh come on now!  Don't bash the leaders of this fine fne company.  LOL



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Get nothing, pocket the money.

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Would you like fries with th... I mean, your milk in a bag?

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Oh how horrible. Some people really got it hard. 



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oh poor you wanna know how much they give me for my food?no



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Beg your vendors for donations. I'm a big fan of no food meetings.

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Em wrote:

Beg your vendors for donations. I'm a big fan of no food meetings.


 

 Really? Beg the vendors? No thanks, I'd rather starve. 



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Em wrote:

Beg your vendors for donations. I'm a big fan of no food meetings.


 

 Really? Beg the vendors? No thanks, I'd rather starve. 


 

I think the last time this discussion came up a few of us agreed we work for cash, not donuts, cake, sandwiches or coke.

 



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Em wrote:
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Em wrote:

Beg your vendors for donations. I'm a big fan of no food meetings.


 

 Really? Beg the vendors? No thanks, I'd rather starve. 


 

I think the last time this discussion came up a few of us agreed we work for cash, not donuts, cake, sandwiches or coke.

 


 

 Duh! Which is why I said I'd rather starve! 

As a matter of fact Em, I complained at the last crap ass meeting we had for supervisors about all of the food and drinks that no one was eating. So there ya go. 



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He's an a hole



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Old thread but is this a thread about the department head meetings?

If so LOL at everyone whining about the free food.

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Somewhat related, but whenever the STAR team has a "meeting" at another store I frequent, they go to the nearest restaurant and have "discussions" there.


Yes, on company time.


I'm not gonna bother corporate about it, since 1. it ain't my store, and 2. I no longer work.

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