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My suggestions:

 

1. Eliminate the "Kroger Pride" program (and the Allyship Guide with it.)

2. Stop paying for abortion and birth control in company health plans

3. Acknowledge that we DO have problem customers-and deal with them severely

4. Don't transfer problem managers to another store-that have a slew of complaints about them (we would be FIRED if this happened to us!)

5. Stop paying for "domestic partner" benefits

6. CLOSE on Easter and Thanksgiving

7. STOP having competitors shop our store on prices

 

 

 



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Wrong.

You didn't even consider the needs of the shareholders.

Did you even think about what Rodney is going through right now>>!?!?!?!?

Thjat's what I thoguht.



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Anonymous wrote:

My suggestions:

 

1. Eliminate the "Kroger Pride" program (and the Allyship Guide with it.)

2. Stop paying for abortion and birth control in company health plans

3. Acknowledge that we DO have problem customers-and deal with them severely

4. Don't transfer problem managers to another store-that have a slew of complaints about them (we would be FIRED if this happened to us!)

5. Stop paying for "domestic partner" benefits

6. CLOSE on Easter and Thanksgiving

7. STOP having competitors shop our store on prices

 

 

 


 To close every single Kroger or Kroger owned store across the country.



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Hire HANDS ON security. NOT those d@mn snowflakes that are afraid to stop somebody. 

 

Recognize hard working employees in ANY and ALL positions reward them

 

Give decent raises to ALL employees no matter what position they work. You can afford it. You shouldn't have to work 2-3 jobs just to reach poverty line.

 

 

 



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Get rid of the employees who smell like ass



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i386 wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

My suggestions:

 

1. Eliminate the "Kroger Pride" program (and the Allyship Guide with it.)

2. Stop paying for abortion and birth control in company health plans

3. Acknowledge that we DO have problem customers-and deal with them severely

4. Don't transfer problem managers to another store-that have a slew of complaints about them (we would be FIRED if this happened to us!)

5. Stop paying for "domestic partner" benefits

6. CLOSE on Easter and Thanksgiving

7. STOP having competitors shop our store on prices

 

 

 


 To close every single Kroger or Kroger owned store across the country.


 Why do you still shop there? I haven't stepped foot in one since I quit.



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Anonymous wrote:
i386 wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

My suggestions:

 

1. Eliminate the "Kroger Pride" program (and the Allyship Guide with it.)

2. Stop paying for abortion and birth control in company health plans

3. Acknowledge that we DO have problem customers-and deal with them severely

4. Don't transfer problem managers to another store-that have a slew of complaints about them (we would be FIRED if this happened to us!)

5. Stop paying for "domestic partner" benefits

6. CLOSE on Easter and Thanksgiving

7. STOP having competitors shop our store on prices

 

 

 


 To close every single Kroger or Kroger owned store across the country.


 Why do you still shop there? I haven't stepped foot in one since I quit.


Well, I don't so much 'shop there' as I rob em blind. Them and Walfart. Both are so ridiculously easy to steal from, the crime would be in NOT doing it! PENJG



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Help us get EBT, Section 8, and SSI.  If we are going to be paid slave wages, get us slave benefits.

In my state, as far as I can tell, every single non-management employee qualifies for both EBT and Section 8.  And maybe lower management too though.

And SSI for a lot of us.

Even Walmart has specific services to help their employees apply for and achieve Section 8 and EBT.  You know, so Uncle Sam can pay them rather than Uncle Walton.  Think about their shareholders.

Uncle Rodney?  All he has for us is one hundred and thirty nine million middle fingers.



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Guru is right. F em.



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Less black people.



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Anonymous wrote:

My suggestions:

 

1. Eliminate the "Kroger Pride" program (and the Allyship Guide with it.)

2. Stop paying for abortion and birth control in company health plans

3. Acknowledge that we DO have problem customers-and deal with them severely

4. Don't transfer problem managers to another store-that have a slew of complaints about them (we would be FIRED if this happened to us!)

5. Stop paying for "domestic partner" benefits

6. CLOSE on Easter and Thanksgiving

7. STOP having competitors shop our store on prices

 

 

 


 

Someone had to say it. Former employee here. Quit around Christmas. Management hated me because I regularly attend church and support Trump. Despite showing up and doing my job, management wanted me off night crew despite me working there for over a year and a half. They wanted me to clean toilets, I said "I quit." Have not looked back. My life turned for the better.

Also, go back to having their plastic bags made in America. They're now made in Taiwan. They break, they stink and we should stop outsourcing.



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Just increasing labor would help. I have 5 people including myself in my department. If we have 10 - 12 people in total it would be solid.

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Anonymous

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Anonymous wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

My suggestions:

 

1. Eliminate the "Kroger Pride" program (and the Allyship Guide with it.)

2. Stop paying for abortion and birth control in company health plans

3. Acknowledge that we DO have problem customers-and deal with them severely

4. Don't transfer problem managers to another store-that have a slew of complaints about them (we would be FIRED if this happened to us!)

5. Stop paying for "domestic partner" benefits

6. CLOSE on Easter and Thanksgiving

7. STOP having competitors shop our store on prices

 

 

 


 

Someone had to say it. Former employee here. Quit around Christmas. Management hated me because I regularly attend church and support Trump. Despite showing up and doing my job, management wanted me off night crew despite me working there for over a year and a half. They wanted me to clean toilets, I said "I quit." Have not looked back. My life turned for the better.

Also, go back to having their plastic bags made in America. They're now made in Taiwan. They break, they stink and we should stop outsourcing.


The plastic bags are terrible now. I have to double bag everything. Things like large cereal boxes just cut right through them.

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Just increasing labor would help. I have 5 people including myself in my department. If we have 10 - 12 people in total it would be solid.


Our bakery manager was told the bakery had too many hours.  So they moved one of our people to the deli.  We have 192 hours this week and they say that's still too much.  We need at least 320 hours a week for everything to look good and run smoothly.   Today we had three people.  One person did the donuts, baked the bread, retrieved and put away the frozen food order, and did the breakout for tomorrow's bake.  Another person did cake orders and filled the cake cases.  The third person bagged the bread, did markdowns, put the orders on, did all the stupid pointless scans, and filled tables as much as time allowed.  Cookies, pies, croissants, etc. none of that stuff got baked.  There was nobody to do it and nobody to package it.  The store manager came by and wanted to know why we didn't half pudding cakes.  There's only the three of us and we each already have enough on our plates and she's worried about half pudding cakes?  So she ended up doing them.  That just proves we aren't given enough hours.  Management isn't suppose to be doing union jobs.  The two co-managers were doing Click List orders.  Maybe if enough people company wide file grievances when they see managers doing union jobs, the company might increase the labor budget.



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Anonymous wrote:
AnonymousCutter wrote:

Just increasing labor would help. I have 5 people including myself in my department. If we have 10 - 12 people in total it would be solid.


Our bakery manager was told the bakery had too many hours.  So they moved one of our people to the deli.  We have 192 hours this week and they say that's still too much.  We need at least 320 hours a week for everything to look good and run smoothly.   Today we had three people.  One person did the donuts, baked the bread, retrieved and put away the frozen food order, and did the breakout for tomorrow's bake.  Another person did cake orders and filled the cake cases.  The third person bagged the bread, did markdowns, put the orders on, did all the stupid pointless scans, and filled tables as much as time allowed.  Cookies, pies, croissants, etc. none of that stuff got baked.  There was nobody to do it and nobody to package it.  The store manager came by and wanted to know why we didn't half pudding cakes.  There's only the three of us and we each already have enough on our plates and she's worried about half pudding cakes?  So she ended up doing them.  That just proves we aren't given enough hours.  Management isn't suppose to be doing union jobs.  The two co-managers were doing Click List orders.  Maybe if enough people company wide file grievances when they see managers doing union jobs, the company might increase the labor budget.


 Just do the bare minimum and dont care. i enjoy watching these turds panic and go into a frenzy specially management.



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

 

Anonymous wrote:

My suggestions:

 

1. Eliminate the "Kroger Pride" program (and the Allyship Guide with it.)

2. Stop paying for abortion and birth control in company health plans

3. Acknowledge that we DO have problem customers-and deal with them severely

4. Don't transfer problem managers to another store-that have a slew of complaints about them (we would be FIRED if this happened to us!)

5. Stop paying for "domestic partner" benefits

6. CLOSE on Easter and Thanksgiving

7. STOP having competitors shop our store on prices

 

 

 


 

Someone had to say it. Former employee here. Quit around Christmas. Management hated me because I regularly attend church and support Trump. Despite showing up and doing my job, management wanted me off night crew despite me working there for over a year and a half. They wanted me to clean toilets, I said "I quit." Have not looked back. My life turned for the better.

Also, go back to having their plastic bags made in America. They're now made in Taiwan. They break, they stink and we should stop outsourcing.


 

The plastic bags are terrible now. I have to double bag everything. Things like large cereal boxes just cut right through them.


 

To paraphrase President Trump "Mayde in Tay-wannnn." Remember when the bags were made in America, before about 2019? They were much more durable and they did not smell like chemicals.



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

 

Anonymous wrote:

My suggestions:

 

1. Eliminate the "Kroger Pride" program (and the Allyship Guide with it.)

2. Stop paying for abortion and birth control in company health plans

3. Acknowledge that we DO have problem customers-and deal with them severely

4. Don't transfer problem managers to another store-that have a slew of complaints about them (we would be FIRED if this happened to us!)

5. Stop paying for "domestic partner" benefits

6. CLOSE on Easter and Thanksgiving

7. STOP having competitors shop our store on prices

 

 

 


 

Someone had to say it. Former employee here. Quit around Christmas. Management hated me because I regularly attend church and support Trump. Despite showing up and doing my job, management wanted me off night crew despite me working there for over a year and a half. They wanted me to clean toilets, I said "I quit." Have not looked back. My life turned for the better.

Also, go back to having their plastic bags made in America. They're now made in Taiwan. They break, they stink and we should stop outsourcing.


 

The plastic bags are terrible now. I have to double bag everything. Things like large cereal boxes just cut right through them.


 

To paraphrase President Trump "Mayde in Tay-wannnn." Remember when the bags were made in America, before about 2019? They were much more durable and they did not smell like chemicals.


 I go to Walmart the bags are the same. They will break if too heavy. I go to a local owned Piggly Wiggly and the bags are very strong. 



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We're at a fascinating inflection point.

It isn't really possible for normal single adults to work here anymore. 

Rent is up at least 40% pre-covid while pay is the same.

Full-time is only for teenage girls in management until their boyfriends complain about their random bullspit schedule and how little they are contributing.  

TERRIBLE one bedroom apartments are $1400+. 

Low-level management qualifies for EBT, WIC, and Section 8.

Scheduling is so poor and random that no one can hold a second job unless they don't sleep. 

But terrible random clopening shifts mean NOT EVEN THEN.

Being that regular employment and regular pay is impossible here, I got the idea to pay rent on my credit card.  Get some points.  Sweet.

Nope.  Hours got cut.  Can't pay it off.

So I pawned things.

Hours... got cut more.

I don't understand why stores don't burn and Rodney doesn't get shot every week.



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