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How do I request full time? Is there a form I need to fill out and turn in somewhere?



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How do I request full time? Is there a form I need to fill out and turn in somewhere?


 You want not get full time unless youre a lead, know a manager that will give it too you, some full timer quits and you might be able to fill that spot.



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work 40hrs a week for 12 weeks in a row to get full time



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work 40hrs a week for 12 weeks in a row to get full time


 Lol they will cut your hours to 16 for the week so you reset



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kroger is going to a part time work force to cut health care, vacations , personal days and holiday pay. it is clear with how bad elms is cutting hours



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How do I request full time? Is there a form I need to fill out and turn in somewhere?


 Forget it.  The only way to get full time with this company is to move up to department manager and you will already know if you are a "candidate" for this.  Very, very, very rarely a night stocker will roll-over due to working a crap load of overtime so when they cut back his hours to prevent the roll over it wont make any difference, they can slip under the radar because the store manager may not be aware of the employee working all these extra hours until it is too late, but they are really watching this closely now because Kroger does not want any more full time workers on their payroll.



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