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I don't make enough to pay insurance from kaiser. Anyone else too?



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I don't make enough to pay insurance from kaiser. Anyone else too?


 Me too. That's why I help myself to more hours by working later than I'm supposed to in order to cover insurance. 

I'll also take tips from customers when I have to do carryout or deliver clicklist orders to waiting customers outside.



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Anonymous wrote:

I don't make enough to pay insurance from kaiser. Anyone else too?


 Me too. That's why I help myself to more hours by working later than I'm supposed to in order to cover insurance. 

I'll also take tips from customers when I have to do carryout or deliver clicklist orders to waiting customers outside.


Nice youre stealing time. Associates are just dishonest thieves. Thankfully payroll will notice this and report it to the store manager and draw up termination papers. 



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

I don't make enough to pay insurance from kaiser. Anyone else too?


 Me too. That's why I help myself to more hours by working later than I'm supposed to in order to cover insurance. 

I'll also take tips from customers when I have to do carryout or deliver clicklist orders to waiting customers outside.


Nice youre stealing time. Associates are just dishonest thieves. Thankfully payroll will notice this and report it to the store manager and draw up termination papers. 


 Termination papers will remain unsigned. We are guaranteed a certain amount of hours per week. We have to work a certain amount to continue to have insurance. If they schedule me less than guaranteed, I will take the missing hours back. They stole from me, I take back what they took. How is that stealing?  Your right it is NOT stealing.



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

I don't make enough to pay insurance from kaiser. Anyone else too?


 Me too. That's why I help myself to more hours by working later than I'm supposed to in order to cover insurance. 

I'll also take tips from customers when I have to do carryout or deliver clicklist orders to waiting customers outside.


Nice youre stealing time. Associates are just dishonest thieves. Thankfully payroll will notice this and report it to the store manager and draw up termination papers. 


 Termination papers will remain unsigned. We are guaranteed a certain amount of hours per week. We have to work a certain amount to continue to have insurance. If they schedule me less than guaranteed, I will take the missing hours back. They stole from me, I take back what they took. How is that stealing?  Your right it is NOT stealing.


It is stealing. Kroger makes the rules not you. They can cut you to 12 hours a week and you cant say nothing. payroll will see the discrepancies and take the appropriate action. You will get terminated for stealing time no union can save you from that. Thief!



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

I don't make enough to pay insurance from kaiser. Anyone else too?


 Me too. That's why I help myself to more hours by working later than I'm supposed to in order to cover insurance. 

I'll also take tips from customers when I have to do carryout or deliver clicklist orders to waiting customers outside.


Nice youre stealing time. Associates are just dishonest thieves. Thankfully payroll will notice this and report it to the store manager and draw up termination papers. 


 Termination papers will remain unsigned. We are guaranteed a certain amount of hours per week. We have to work a certain amount to continue to have insurance. If they schedule me less than guaranteed, I will take the missing hours back. They stole from me, I take back what they took. How is that stealing?  Your right it is NOT stealing.


It is stealing. Kroger makes the rules not you. They can cut you to 12 hours a week and you cant say nothing. payroll will see the discrepancies and take the appropriate action. You will get terminated for stealing time no union can save you from that. Thief!


 Actually per contract regulations they MUST give you the required hours in your position to maintain insurance. So there IS something I can say.  Ooops... my bad...i just DID say biggrin.

And yes, the union can save me from trouble that will TRY  (albeit UNSUCCESSFULLY) Come from it.

Clown Troll!



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Please stop spewing false information.

 

20 hrs a week for single. 60 hrs mo.

25-30 hrs a week for family. 80 hrs mo.

 

If you're earning less than enough hrs for insurance you have too high restrictions. u.s. gove passed some laws forbidding them to do what employers were doing during oboma care and offering 29.5 hr work weeks. This is illegal. If you're getting this I advise you to report this to your union assap! 



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Anonymous wrote:
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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

I don't make enough to pay insurance from kaiser. Anyone else too?


 Me too. That's why I help myself to more hours by working later than I'm supposed to in order to cover insurance. 

I'll also take tips from customers when I have to do carryout or deliver clicklist orders to waiting customers outside.


Nice youre stealing time. Associates are just dishonest thieves. Thankfully payroll will notice this and report it to the store manager and draw up termination papers. 


 Termination papers will remain unsigned. We are guaranteed a certain amount of hours per week. We have to work a certain amount to continue to have insurance. If they schedule me less than guaranteed, I will take the missing hours back. They stole from me, I take back what they took. How is that stealing?  Your right it is NOT stealing.


It is stealing. Kroger makes the rules not you. They can cut you to 12 hours a week and you cant say nothing. payroll will see the discrepancies and take the appropriate action. You will get terminated for stealing time no union can save you from that. Thief!


 Actually per contract regulations they MUST give you the required hours in your position to maintain insurance. So there IS something I can say.  Ooops... my bad...i just DID say biggrin.

And yes, the union can save me from trouble that will TRY  (albeit UNSUCCESSFULLY) Come from it.

Clown Troll!


 False! all misinformation as usual. You dont even know what your contract even stats. And no the union is powerless when it comes to hours given. Youre just a thief plain and simple and probably lazy too.

Clown Bastard!!



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

I don't make enough to pay insurance from kaiser. Anyone else too?


 Me too. That's why I help myself to more hours by working later than I'm supposed to in order to cover insurance. 

I'll also take tips from customers when I have to do carryout or deliver clicklist orders to waiting customers outside.


Nice youre stealing time. Associates are just dishonest thieves. Thankfully payroll will notice this and report it to the store manager and draw up termination papers. 


 Termination papers will remain unsigned. We are guaranteed a certain amount of hours per week. We have to work a certain amount to continue to have insurance. If they schedule me less than guaranteed, I will take the missing hours back. They stole from me, I take back what they took. How is that stealing?  Your right it is NOT stealing.


It is stealing. Kroger makes the rules not you. They can cut you to 12 hours a week and you cant say nothing. payroll will see the discrepancies and take the appropriate action. You will get terminated for stealing time no union can save you from that. Thief!


 Actually per contract regulations they MUST give you the required hours in your position to maintain insurance. So there IS something I can say.  Ooops... my bad...i just DID say biggrin.

And yes, the union can save me from trouble that will TRY  (albeit UNSUCCESSFULLY) Come from it.

Clown Troll!


 False! all misinformation as usual. You dont even know what your contract even stats. And no the union is powerless when it comes to hours given. Youre just a thief plain and simple and probably lazy too.

Clown Bastard!!


 Well Mr. Clown bastard, I know differently. If my contract states I am guaranteed say, 24 hours and they give me 20 for the week, then I will take the extra 4 hours owed. They can afford it.



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

I don't make enough to pay insurance from kaiser. Anyone else too?


 Me too. That's why I help myself to more hours by working later than I'm supposed to in order to cover insurance. 

I'll also take tips from customers when I have to do carryout or deliver clicklist orders to waiting customers outside.


Nice youre stealing time. Associates are just dishonest thieves. Thankfully payroll will notice this and report it to the store manager and draw up termination papers. 


 Termination papers will remain unsigned. We are guaranteed a certain amount of hours per week. We have to work a certain amount to continue to have insurance. If they schedule me less than guaranteed, I will take the missing hours back. They stole from me, I take back what they took. How is that stealing?  Your right it is NOT stealing.


It is stealing. Kroger makes the rules not you. They can cut you to 12 hours a week and you cant say nothing. payroll will see the discrepancies and take the appropriate action. You will get terminated for stealing time no union can save you from that. Thief!


 Actually per contract regulations they MUST give you the required hours in your position to maintain insurance. So there IS something I can say.  Ooops... my bad...i just DID say biggrin.

And yes, the union can save me from trouble that will TRY  (albeit UNSUCCESSFULLY) Come from it.

Clown Troll!


 False! all misinformation as usual. You dont even know what your contract even stats. And no the union is powerless when it comes to hours given. Youre just a thief plain and simple and probably lazy too.

Clown Bastard!!


 Well Mr. Clown bastard, I know differently. If my contract states I am guaranteed say, 24 hours and they give me 20 for the week, then I will take the extra 4 hours owed. They can afford it.


Thief

 



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No they cut hrs. I highly suggest people to call union to make them end this cr--ap. It is illegal to do this. Yet they do it. I saw this when obomacare was active back in the day and they seem ot be playing this game again. 



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No they cut hrs. I highly suggest people to call union to make them end this cr--ap. It is illegal to do this. Yet they do it. I saw this when obomacare was active back in the day and they seem ot be playing this game again. 


 Union cant do anything. They are allowed to cut hours and they can also give you the minimum hours per week which at some places its just 12 people who stay with out authorization are in fact stealing time.



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
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Anonymous wrote:

I don't make enough to pay insurance from kaiser. Anyone else too?


 Me too. That's why I help myself to more hours by working later than I'm supposed to in order to cover insurance. 

I'll also take tips from customers when I have to do carryout or deliver clicklist orders to waiting customers outside.


Nice youre stealing time. Associates are just dishonest thieves. Thankfully payroll will notice this and report it to the store manager and draw up termination papers. 


 Termination papers will remain unsigned. We are guaranteed a certain amount of hours per week. We have to work a certain amount to continue to have insurance. If they schedule me less than guaranteed, I will take the missing hours back. They stole from me, I take back what they took. How is that stealing?  Your right it is NOT stealing.


It is stealing. Kroger makes the rules not you. They can cut you to 12 hours a week and you cant say nothing. payroll will see the discrepancies and take the appropriate action. You will get terminated for stealing time no union can save you from that. Thief!


 Actually per contract regulations they MUST give you the required hours in your position to maintain insurance. So there IS something I can say.  Ooops... my bad...i just DID say biggrin.

And yes, the union can save me from trouble that will TRY  (albeit UNSUCCESSFULLY) Come from it.

Clown Troll!


 False! all misinformation as usual. You dont even know what your contract even stats. And no the union is powerless when it comes to hours given. Youre just a thief plain and simple and probably lazy too.

Clown Bastard!!


 Well Mr. Clown bastard, I know differently. If my contract states I am guaranteed say, 24 hours and they give me 20 for the week, then I will take the extra 4 hours owed. They can afford it.


Thief

 


 Clown



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

I don't make enough to pay insurance from kaiser. Anyone else too?


 Me too. That's why I help myself to more hours by working later than I'm supposed to in order to cover insurance. 

I'll also take tips from customers when I have to do carryout or deliver clicklist orders to waiting customers outside.


Nice youre stealing time. Associates are just dishonest thieves. Thankfully payroll will notice this and report it to the store manager and draw up termination papers. 


 Termination papers will remain unsigned. We are guaranteed a certain amount of hours per week. We have to work a certain amount to continue to have insurance. If they schedule me less than guaranteed, I will take the missing hours back. They stole from me, I take back what they took. How is that stealing?  Your right it is NOT stealing.


It is stealing. Kroger makes the rules not you. They can cut you to 12 hours a week and you cant say nothing. payroll will see the discrepancies and take the appropriate action. You will get terminated for stealing time no union can save you from that. Thief!


 Actually per contract regulations they MUST give you the required hours in your position to maintain insurance. So there IS something I can say.  Ooops... my bad...i just DID say biggrin.

And yes, the union can save me from trouble that will TRY  (albeit UNSUCCESSFULLY) Come from it.

Clown Troll!


 False! all misinformation as usual. You dont even know what your contract even stats. And no the union is powerless when it comes to hours given. Youre just a thief plain and simple and probably lazy too.

Clown Bastard!!


 Well Mr. Clown bastard, I know differently. If my contract states I am guaranteed say, 24 hours and they give me 20 for the week, then I will take the extra 4 hours owed. They can afford it.


Thief

 


 Clown


 Bastard 



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I don't make enough to pay insurance from kaiser. Anyone else too?


I'm included. 



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nothing is mention when  Store managers , Asst store managers do it. 

LEAD BY EXAMPLE 



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nothing is mention when  Store managers , Asst store managers do it. 

LEAD BY EXAMPLE 


 We are entitled, we actually work.



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Me too. That's why I help myself to more hours by working later than I'm supposed to in order to cover insurance. 

I'll also take tips from customers when I have to do carryout or deliver clicklist orders to waiting customers outside.


Nice youre stealing time. Associates are just dishonest thieves. Thankfully payroll will notice this and report it to the store manager and draw up termination papers. 


 Termination papers will remain unsigned. We are guaranteed a certain amount of hours per week. We have to work a certain amount to continue to have insurance. If they schedule me less than guaranteed, I will take the missing hours back. They stole from me, I take back what they took. How is that stealing?  Your right it is NOT stealing.


It is stealing. Kroger makes the rules not you. They can cut you to 12 hours a week and you cant say nothing. payroll will see the discrepancies and take the appropriate action. You will get terminated for stealing time no union can save you from that. Thief!


 As amusing as it is to see you both fight, heres some things to remember:

How is it stealing time if you actually do work?  We do work, we get paid.   Simple as that.

Im SURE that Kroger is going to say no to extra work being done while they take in more money.  After all, its not like its possible to be swamped at work where the actual workers would appreciate extra hands. (yes, its very possible)

You really think PAYROLL is going to take action over an employee wanting to do extra work?  You call Associates thieves yet you fail to consider how much we even make.  Plus, Kroger stiffed us of our COVID hazard pay.  

 



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Firestar002 wrote:
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Me too. That's why I help myself to more hours by working later than I'm supposed to in order to cover insurance. 

I'll also take tips from customers when I have to do carryout or deliver clicklist orders to waiting customers outside.


Nice youre stealing time. Associates are just dishonest thieves. Thankfully payroll will notice this and report it to the store manager and draw up termination papers. 


 Termination papers will remain unsigned. We are guaranteed a certain amount of hours per week. We have to work a certain amount to continue to have insurance. If they schedule me less than guaranteed, I will take the missing hours back. They stole from me, I take back what they took. How is that stealing?  Your right it is NOT stealing.


It is stealing. Kroger makes the rules not you. They can cut you to 12 hours a week and you cant say nothing. payroll will see the discrepancies and take the appropriate action. You will get terminated for stealing time no union can save you from that. Thief!


 As amusing as it is to see you both fight, heres some things to remember:

How is it stealing time if you actually do work?  We do work, we get paid.   Simple as that.

Im SURE that Kroger is going to say no to extra work being done while they take in more money.  After all, its not like its possible to be swamped at work where the actual workers would appreciate extra hands. (yes, its very possible)

You really think PAYROLL is going to take action over an employee wanting to do extra work?  You call Associates thieves yet you fail to consider how much we even make.  Plus, Kroger stiffed us of our COVID hazard pay.  

 


 Yes cause stocking at a snails pace is productive work. Being on your phone playing fornite, texting, watching TikTok is work. Taking four 25 minute bathroom breaks is work. associates taking their 15 minute break and turning into a 30 minute break is work. Associates who just stand around and face the same section 3 times picking their butt is work. Taking 25 minutes to collect 5 carts and smoke 3 cigarettes is work. Thats what 80% of the work force does at Kroger. Associates just stealing time.



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What's your personal record for the number of posts replying to yourself?



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