Dennis Miller - Princeton Kroger Man...

Dennis Miller - Princeton Kroger Manager

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Inquiring Mind

Oakvale, WV

#1 Mar 8, 2010
Anyone else think he's an arrogant jerk?
Grow up

Rock, WV

#2 Mar 8, 2010
he is a dickhead and not that easy to work for
YUCKO

Oakvale, WV

#3 Mar 8, 2010
Please, don't know how anybody works for him, he loves to belittle his employees and make himself look like he is great, he don't care about the customers all he is worried about is the money!
exkroger

Oakvale, WV

#4 Mar 8, 2010
Goes around telling everyone he is the Master, he can do anything, my gosh I wouldn't last around him 1 day before I laughed right in his face!
He is obsessed or something with Kroger, think the big shots over kroger need to give him some time off ---- a long time off- like find a new job or retire!
whatzup

Oakvale, WV

#5 Mar 8, 2010
Really sad, everybody started out saying he was the best store manager they ever had, well he might be a good manager for making money, which is probably all Kroger is concerned about, but he really sucks when it comes to public relations, the workers all think he is a nut! Nobody will ever respect him , he respects nobody except those over him! No appreciation to the staff!
ugh

Lubbock, TX

#6 Mar 8, 2010
Hes a perv!
ray

Clay, WV

#7 Mar 9, 2010
All I know is Kroger is no longer community minded. Try getting them to support your local cause or organization. Good luck.
disappointed

Oakvale, WV

#8 Mar 9, 2010
No , you sure can't count on them to help with anything in the community, you would think as big a store as they are they would want to help the community, Grant's is the best at helping and for Walmart to be so big they do pretty good, Allen's not bad but but Kroger is terrible, when you eed help you don't usually have time to write home office, when really it comes dow to the store managers can get around things and help you! Amazing isn't it , how they wat you to support their store but could care less about the eople of the commuity that support them! I have quit supporting them!
a lot

Bluefield, WV

#9 Mar 9, 2010
sure are a lot of posts from Amma, WV-wonder why
porcupine

Oakvale, WV

#10 Mar 9, 2010
a lot wrote:
sure are a lot of posts from Amma, WV-wonder why
Same reason their are from Rochester, NY
Don't know how these address get on here
crazymyself

Beckley, WV

#11 Mar 9, 2010
THIS GUY IS A JACK ASS IF I EVER SEEN ONE LOOK UP JACKASS HIS PIC WOULD BE THERE
Vendor

Valley Head, WV

#12 Mar 9, 2010
I always liked how he would tell us to scratch his back and he would scratch ours. He expects us to bend over backwards for him but when it comes to helping us out, forget it!
Helen T

Oakwood, VA

#13 Mar 9, 2010
Maybe that is why one of the older women that works the check outs is such a bitter woman. Once I was with my husband buying a bottle of wine and she wanted to see my ID even though he was buying it and I never touched the bottle. He showed her his ID and at the time I was atleast 26 years old. She refused to sell it since I didnt bring my purse and ID to the store since he was driving so I went home and reported her and the manager was really nice and said she was in the wrong and he would talk to her.
impossible

Oakvale, WV

#14 Mar 9, 2010
He is so two faced , if he can find someone to run around and be his little peon he will, then he has them to spy on everyone else and their departments and run back and tell him so he can jump them, and so sad he shows those who have worked there for 25-30 years no respect, seniority is nothing to him or apparently Kroger Company!
Vendor

Valley Head, WV

#15 Mar 10, 2010
Helen T wrote:
Maybe that is why one of the older women that works the check outs is such a bitter woman. Once I was with my husband buying a bottle of wine and she wanted to see my ID even though he was buying it and I never touched the bottle. He showed her his ID and at the time I was at least 26 years old. She refused to sell it since I didn't bring my purse and ID to the store since he was driving so I went home and reported her and the manager was really nice and said she was in the wrong and he would talk to her.
I don't know if it is legal or not but to my way of thinking it maybe a good thing to do that. You must look young, so maybe you should take it as a compliment. What if an older man brought in someone that he was trying to get drunk and take advantage of? She would have slowed down his agenda. You really should carry your purse when you are away from home.
Helen T

Oakwood, VA

#16 Mar 10, 2010
Vendor wrote:
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I don't know if it is legal or not but to my way of thinking it maybe a good thing to do that. You must look young, so maybe you should take it as a compliment. What if an older man brought in someone that he was trying to get drunk and take advantage of? She would have slowed down his agenda. You really should carry your purse when you are away from home.
I guess I could see that but It was a random moment of hey lets get this while we was picking up some food and we just live a few mins away so I wasnt thinking. I know that she did something wrong when the manager said "Why would she do that?" and was confused that a cashier refused a paying customer because his spouse doesnt have ID. It would be the same thing with cigs and M or R rated movies and games. Gotta draw the line somewhere.
knowsthedeal

Oakvale, WV

#17 Mar 10, 2010
Problem with Miller is that he is more concerned with the community at Beckley than Princeton, they should have kept him over there, he doesn't care about Mercer County , only getting the people of Mercer County's money and taking it back and spending it in Raleigh County! Taking back to his big house, laughing at us spending our money at his store in Princeton so he can spend it in Raleigh County!
Former Employee

Rock, WV

#18 Mar 10, 2010
Helen T wrote:
Maybe that is why one of the older women that works the check outs is such a bitter woman. Once I was with my husband buying a bottle of wine and she wanted to see my ID even though he was buying it and I never touched the bottle. He showed her his ID and at the time I was atleast 26 years old. She refused to sell it since I didnt bring my purse and ID to the store since he was driving so I went home and reported her and the manager was really nice and said she was in the wrong and he would talk to her.
It is the right thing to do for a cashier. No matter what Mr Miller told you. i worked in customer service there fro almost 3 years and was a cashier for about 2. We were told by Mr Miller to tell the cashiers to check IDS on all people if they thought the customers were underage. Even the security guard(who is an actual cop) told us to tell them the same thing. The cashier was in the right and Mr Miller was in the wornmg. He is also two faced he will tell his employees one thing to do and deney he ever said it to a customer. Believe me when I say I am glad that i no longer work there for him.
Former Employee

Rock, WV

#19 Mar 10, 2010
impossible wrote:
He is so two faced , if he can find someone to run around and be his little peon he will, then he has them to spy on everyone else and their departments and run back and tell him so he can jump them, and so sad he shows those who have worked there for 25-30 years no respect, seniority is nothing to him or apparently Kroger Company!
You have it correct: " seniority is nothing to him or apparently Kroger Company!" Especially to Mr miller. He once told me that seniority means nothing to him. He is a jerk and I am so glad i noe longer work there.
Helen T

Oakwood, VA

#20 Mar 10, 2010
Former Employee wrote:
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It is the right thing to do for a cashier. No matter what Mr Miller told you. i worked in customer service there fro almost 3 years and was a cashier for about 2. We were told by Mr Miller to tell the cashiers to check IDS on all people if they thought the customers were underage. Even the security guard(who is an actual cop) told us to tell them the same thing. The cashier was in the right and Mr Miller was in the wornmg. He is also two faced he will tell his employees one thing to do and deney he ever said it to a customer. Believe me when I say I am glad that i no longer work there for him.
I think it is up to the cashier to decide what to do based on the situation, I would think that two adults that are married with a bottle of jewish wine would not fit the case for underage drinking. I had seen this lady on several occasions and she is just miserable working there and if you have a problem with self check outs of things not scanning she gets hateful so that is why I didnt let it go and called the manager.

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