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Anyone have the deets on which holidays get a holiday premium, and how long you have to work at kroger to get said premium? Thanks!



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Contracts might vary.

1 Year:  Christmas, Labor Day and 1 supplemental day.

2 Years:  Memorial Day and add 1 supplemental day.

3 Years:  Thanksgiving and add 1 supplemental day.

4 Years:  New Years, 4th of July and add two supplemental days.



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our contract no one gets holiday pay other than old timers on a old contract. THANKS KROGER!



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thats ****ty but thats what happens when u got a weak support for the union no one shows up to vote and get shafted in the end. 



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In the Louisville division there are six paid holidays: New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.  You get holiday pay after one year of service.  Full timers get paid 8 hours.  Part timers get paid 4  or 6 hours depending on how many hours they work the rest of the week. 



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According to our contract: All full time (except Utility Clerks) employees get paid for the following Holidays New Years, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

All Part time employees 

13-36 months: Thanksgiving and Christmas

over 36 months: Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas

All employees except Utility Clerks will be entitled to 3 additional days off with pay after 1 year of employment.

If you are part time you get a 4 hour pay. If you are full time you get an 8 hour pay. 



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And they wonder why it's hard to get us CCs or UCs to work holidays. I feel bad for them. Almost each and every contract seems to exclude us from some sort of decent benefit. I wonder whose pansy b*tch a$$ idea it was to exclude us. I wish i could find out so I can call out their lame a$$ f*cktard idea to exclude CCs and UCs



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Local 1000

Section 16.01: The following shall be recognized as holidays: New Year's Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day or days legally celebrated in lieu thereof. Employees who work a full week in which a holiday occurs shall receive eight (8) hours pay in addition to the hours worked, provided that there shall be no deduction from pay of employees who work a full week in which a holiday occurs. Employees who are absent during a holiday week shall not be paid holiday pay unless such absence is due to proven illness or is excused by the Employer in which case the employee shall receive holiday pay, provided he worked any part of the holiday week. Overtime at time and one-half (1 1/2) will be paid in a holiday week after the hours actually worked exceed forty (40) straight-time hours.

Section 16.02: Part-time employees shall be entitled to holiday pay for the holidays set forth in Section 16.01. Employees who are absent during a holiday week shall not be paid holiday pay unless such absence is due to proven illness or is excused by the Employer in which case the employee shall receive holiday pay, provided he worked any part of the holiday week. Holiday pay shall be determined by averaging the hours worked during the previous four (4) weeks to the holiday week in accordance with the following schedule:

AVERAGE HOURS

HOLIDAY PAY

Under 122 hours
12 to 244 hours
24 to 326 hours
32 and over8 hours


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^ I wonder if that will change any (if it does, probably for the worse) once the Local 1000 finally gets around to presenting a new contract (you know, for the one that was due to expire June 3rd but keeps getting extended), whenever that may be.



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This is NOT the case at the Kroger for which I am Employed. I received Holiday pay before my 1 year Anniversary. But then again, I'm sure every Kroger in every State doesn't have the same Policies. 



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