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Rodney has given employees $25. it was loaded onto employee plus cards. Pretty sweet. Now if we only had toilet paper!!



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How about $25 dollars a week until the madness is over. Also, how about figuring something out so employees can have milk, bread, basic needs for their families to take home when their shifts end. Something is really wrong when I work in a grocery store, and I just need a loaf of bread after my shift for my kids and I can't buy it. 



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How do you know youve received it or not?



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Anonymous wrote:

How about $25 dollars a week until the madness is over. Also, how about figuring something out so employees can have milk, bread, basic needs for their families to take home when their shifts end. Something is really wrong when I work in a grocery store, and I just need a loaf of bread after my shift for my kids and I can't buy it. 


 While this might be slightly controversial, maybe there should be a small selection of items located in the backroom for sale for associates.  Yes, we need to take care of all customers, but also need to take care of the associates placing the items on the shelves.

 

Side note, why can't you buy these items on your break or give money to another associate to purchase these items when they are on their break?  While its against policy to purchase items on the clock, I'm sure Mgmt will turn a blink eye if necessary.  Hell, working at a grocery stores only have a few perks, one of which is knowing when items are available and buying when able.       



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buy whatever you need on the clock and put it in the back. right now kroger. any afford to fire a single person. for once we are safe 



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If only the $25 was available for more than a couple days. 



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If only the $25 was available for more than a couple days. 


 I heard it would be on your card and available for 2 months.   I bought a few items today with my Kroger card (about 14 dollars worth) and it worked like a charm.......when the transaction was done, the total owed was  $0.00. 

 Presumably, this will work just like a typical gift card. The next time I use my Kroger card, it should show the amount still "on" the card (about 11 dollars) and how much I need to pay additional, if any.  



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I don't think it's loaded. I pay attention to my receipts and prices and don't have it. No one in my store has it.



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I got a phone call with an automated message for that yesterday. I can't remember the date (it's $25, I hardly care) that it will be loaded, but soon. Sucks to be you day workers, though. You're just as screwed as normal customers for being able to buy what you want.



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I don't think it's loaded. I pay attention to my receipts and prices and don't have it. No one in my store has it.


When I made a purchase this morning, it specifically brought up a message on screen showing that I had a balance.

Ask your CSM. 



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How do you know youve received it or not?


It should show up as a credit on your employee-indicated Kroger Plus card 



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Is there an expiration date for it?



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Is there an expiration date for it?


 It's 60 days



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