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Question how do you guys or girls get case counted on stocking? I do 144 an hour with only stocking but with blocking/recovery I do like 53. I'm not sure which is the right way to do case count. I'm from HEB if someone from HEB reads this please explain how they do it on your store. 


 Case count does include stocking time and cleaning up your cardboard, does not include breaks, breaking the pallets down, conditioning/scans/backstock etc



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Big sale on 12 pack ramen noodles.  This was my one time stocking truck.  I did over 500 of those "cases" in my one hour's worth of work, so I am the best.  Don't try to tell me I'm not.  I stocked more than you can or ever will achieve.    



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I am a girl who worked for fred meyer for 9 years. I now work for safeway/Albertsons and I feel so sorry for you lot. Reading through your messages and bragging about your case counts...

 

I throw an average of 120 an hour, have always been the best freaking freight clerk on the team... but it's really sad how the Kroger structure treats us that do the most back breaking work.

 

If you consider yourself fast working for Kroger, go work at any other grocery store after that kind of training. It's ridiculous how much your outshine any of these non kroger associates.

 

Personally I'll never work that hard again.



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It all depends really. Ive worked at a few different grocery stores 2 HEBs actually. HEB, I throw 100-200 cph depending on the aisle thats stock/block/trash currently. At my first HEB it was 80-120cph thats stock/block/riser/trash. People are comparing on here that dont know other stores requirements for case count. HEB has a lot of tray packing so it is definitely possible to to 300+ on cans for a well experienced stocker, Also rotation isnt really a must For dry grocery. That being said, Ive worked at other stores like Tom Thumb as a night manager which kroger was our main competitor who actually tried stealing me away a few times. At TT theres bo cardboard aloud on the shelf so everythings coming out as well as facing vs blocking which is far more tedious and time consuming. Lastly rotation was mandatory!

Side note: I too used to think 100+ wasnt possible. I started at 60cph straight stock!

Riser/Skyshelf/Overhead= All one in the same for those who may not know.

Blocking= Stocking front to back, back to front/waterfall product

Facing = Two deep double stacked

 



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You are all full of bs, the typical company stocking requirements are 50-60 per hour. That is one case per minute. The average case is 12 pieces. You are not throwing over 60 an hour unless it is bulk or water.



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I hardly pay attention to this nonsense. Obviously the longer it takes for you to throw, the longer you'll remain in that aisle, the longer you'll remain at work. Just throw as fast and as accurate as you can and get the hell outta there. Why limit yourself to a number?



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300 an hour LMAOOOOOO 

I knew there was going to be BS in this thread but I almost died laughing at that



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Yall all on some bull****. i be throwing up a solid 80 cases an hour. ****s easy. yall just some pussies. If you grab two cases at a time that go near each other, use two hands to stock, power walk everywhere and break down your boxes fast then anyone can get 80 cases an hour no problem. Dont even say Im capping either, theres a reason it only took me 2 months to become the highest paid person next to managers. 



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Oh btw if you say you can throw up 120 cases an hour You definitely a liar and your moms a hoe. If I literally run up and down the isle than I can barely hit that. So I know damn well yall dumb ass bitche s arent getting that smh



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Ya dumb asf i can drop 300 per hour pallets come in 80 to 120 and it takes less than 20 min per pallet



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most stores dont case count, but my store does. the highest Ive thrown was 120 cases an hour just straight stocking no fronting/blocking or breaking down boxes. When I front/block and break down boxes I hit 85 an hr. Also speed varies depending on what aisle your stocking. Depending on if the shelves are spaced for case pack. 



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The most any of us on our severely understaffed team does is 90 an hour. Following the new system that we have to be audited on its impossible to keep high numbers regularly so im assuming yall are just saying **** the system? I don't know about everyone else but we're exhausted by the time we split up to individual aisles. 



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In a quick-moving area like online basic food items, it very well may be hard to keep on top of the relative multitude of patterns. Tracking down a solitary dependable wellspring of information that gives a canny and practical perspective on the thing is really occurring on the ground is frequently similarly testing. I work as Safeway Employee and the run of the mill organization loading prerequisites are 50-60 every hour. That is one case each moment. The normal case is 12 pieces.




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I just play fartnite and do the bare minimum. I get away with it easy been over a year now its fantastic



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Actually Im seeing a lot of lazy big sloppy flavor of the month pu$$use in this thread. Im dropping 200 an hour git gud 

 



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Anonymous wrote:

ON my Night Crew I have Me The Grocery Manager and 1 stocker right now, We have a Truck 5 days a week, Every one is Over 1000 pieces. I through over 300 cases an hour plus we have to face the store. We get this done every night with no overtime.

 

How is your night crew?


Well if you are stocking a store with just 2 coworkers and not getting overtime you are a fool.  You are definitely in a small store but still that is bull**** to work that hard.  When you back goes out, Kroger is going to cast you out and hire your replacement and pay him 10 bucks an hour.


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I can also throw 120 cases per hour.  If you know your area, you learn how to scan the pallet and know every move you're gonna make.  You're thinking about where the next one goes while you're stocking the one before it.  Sorry if you can't throw that many....some people are just slower.... and thats ok... ;) 



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300 cph. That sounds like water,paper, and dog food bags.

Only two of us to stock and condition over 1000 pc loads as well.And that pace is BS. While it is good that one can achieve these numbers.Soon it becomes expected. Kroger is the second place I had worked.The first place closed or I'd still be there.Anyways,I am 57 and throw 154 to 120 Depending on how bad the conditioning is that day.We don't just pull one forward.



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ON my Night Crew I have Me The Grocery Manager and 1 stocker right now



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