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Infrastructure Technical Architect Lead

Kroger Cincinnati, OH

Above experience is related to at least four of the following technologies: Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Active Directory, Red Hat Enterprise Linux…

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Web Developer

Kroger Cincinnati, OH

Documents technical requirements by working with the Application Development Manager or business users Completes application development tasks…

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Web Engineer

Kroger Cincinnati, OH

Company is looking for a Web Engineer to support the hosting of their mission critical environments. Candidate must have extensive technical…

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Project Architect

Kroger Cincinnati, OH

• Effective facilitator of technical decisions. • Effective mentor and coach…

30+ days ago

Project Manager / Scrum Master

Kroger Cincinnati, OH

, identifying appropriate resources needed, and developing schedules…

30+ days ago

Microsoft Commerce Server Developer

Kroger Cincinnati, OH

• Microsoft Commerce Server, BizTalk Server, ASP.NET,C#, SQL Server, .Net framework and platform, Sterling OMS, Visual Studio, FAST,IIS, PowerShell…

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Ecommerce Developer

Kroger Cincinnati, OH

Microsoft Commerce Server, BizTalk Server, ASP.NET,C#, SQL Server, .Net framework and platform, Sterling OMS, Visual Studio, FAST,IIS, PowerShell…

30+ days ago

Kronos Time and Attendance Support Analyst

The Kroger Co. Hutchinson, KS

This position requires an excellent understanding of computer systems, preferably payroll and/or time and attendance systems, as well as experience… CareerBuilder

5 days ago

Store Management Trainee

The Kroger Company Lynchburg, VA

Responsible for assisting with the overall day-to-day operations of the store including continuous development of effective store associates to… The Kroger Company

22 days ago

Pharmacy Technician - Mt. Gilead, Ohio

The Kroger Company Mount Gilead, OH

A. Prescription dispensing • Level I duties: - Obtaining the drug from the shelf - Scanning the product chosen from the shelf to ensure it is… CareerBuilder

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    Get experience if you need it and leave promptly.

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    Current Employee - Front End Cashier in Lexington, KY (US)
    Current Employee - Front End Cashier in Lexington, KY (US)

    I have been working at Kroger part-time (less than an year)


    You can build customer service experience here in college (then leave to find a better "entry-level" position). Being a cashier here can improve your people skills. This job looks helpful or decent on a thin resume. After you're in the union (45 days), it is not easy to fire you. If you're in the right area you can work with some nice people. Some departments may be enjoyable (such as stock).


    Kroger doesn't care about its employees. The union does nothing for people who actually do their job. Raises are strictly time based. Starting at minimum wage (new cashier or courtesy clerk), you get your first $0.10 cents raise at six months. After that your next raise is at a year. Praise is very scarce and little rules are often nitpicked (or encouraged to be by upper management). If you start as a courtesy clerk (bagger/cart boy) you have to beg for cashier, which would be fine if it functioned as a promotion but it sadly doesn't. After you're given cashier you get the next paygrade up in the union handbook (very likely ten cents). They can also make you a dual bagger/cashier. If you make supervisor you also get no raise. Vacation benefits and holiday pay are nonexistent until a significant amount of time at the company (over a year).

    Management is also abused and disconnected from their associates. Due to this disconnection, middle management (supervisors and leads) runs the show and are often incompetent because the only credentials they have are that they've been there long enough to require being given their turn at lead or supervisor.

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    You need to stress competence and praise based raises to bring out the people that are excellent at their jobs. Working here is sadly a grind because you go nowhere unless you stay for a very, very long time. This especially clashes with modern culture when you employ mainly college students. Training is played fast and loose and seems to never be reviewed.

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