Dozens Of Jobs Available At Kroger Di...

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There are 93 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Jun 30, 2010, titled Dozens Of Jobs Available At Kroger Distribution Center | WBNS-10TV,.... In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

There are more than 60 Kroger stores in the Columbus area, and each one hires individually.

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Waterloo, Canada

#69 Jul 26, 2010
I have worked at the warehouse for almost 4 years and just like any job, there's good days and there's not so good days. You start at the bottom and work your way to a better position. Its hard work but if your look for something that will always be there to bring food to the table and a roof over your head, Kroger is the place to work. The pay is great and you can usually, 9 times out of 10 work as much overtime as you like. Its not hard just gets monotonous sometimes! Lots of repetition!
Hey Angie

Columbus, OH

#72 Jul 26, 2010
angie wrote:
hmmm if the kroger warehouse is doing so much hiring why is it that my boyfriend put in an application almost 3 weeks ago and hasn't heard a thing? No its not that he is unfit for the job....
Your boyfriend hit on the gal taking the applications and she threw it away. Just thought you should know

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#73 Jul 27, 2010
One of the good things about Kroger is that you do not have to compete with the Mexicans for jobs like they do with grocery store chains like Food Lion in the southern states.

Columbus, OH

#75 Jul 30, 2010
A good place to work, but management is a bitch!!!

Lima, OH

#76 Aug 2, 2010
craig wrote:
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hey lildickjohn - you are an idiot
Sissy Craig,you are a pansy

Reynoldsburg, OH

#77 Aug 16, 2010
I applied for the third time and got in with no problem! I got an interview and a drugscreen with an hour of being there. This time around I was proactive, I called them instead of them calling me. The job is no crazier than working at UPS and Fedex. If anything it's so much better, because you get paid more and don't have to wait six months for benefits.

Hopkinsville, KY

#78 Aug 27, 2010
I got hired there on the spot, it probably will help if you have a military background(they act like they care, they dont, they just dont want equal opportunity complaints), it had an awful turnover rate, start with a class of 20 and by 3 weeks, theres 3 left. They work you like dogs and dont give a $#!T about you. But its good money, so if your desperate.

United States

#79 Mar 8, 2011
OF COURSE IT'S GOING TO BE HARD WORK! IT'S WAREHOUSE WORK, DAH! I'VE BEEN WITH FRED MEYER ( PARENT OF KROGER) FOR 31 YEARS. I've done it all from order-selecting to receiving and currently operate a electric stand-up forklift in the grocery warehouse. This job has been good to me with an hourly wage about 23/hr. I made almost 65,000$ last year with copious amounts of overtime. Have a good pension with Teamster's in the Western Conference and am eligible to retire this year if I want to. No one said life is going to be a gimme.

United States

#80 Mar 8, 2011
I might want to add I have xcellent medical with Kroger thanks to a strong teamster contract.

Lansdowne, PA

#81 May 18, 2011
Just applied on line no problem but it takes a long time,dont care what type of job I just need one.

Akron, OH

#82 Jul 24, 2011
enjoy the benefits, when that company starts to lose sales because prices have to be high enough to cover union wages and benefits plus profits for the company, they will begin to look at out sourcing as a way of competeing in todays market. Unions have good points and bad points.Be sure to see restructureing in that warehouse.

Washington Court House, OH

#83 Jul 24, 2011
Delaware wrote:
It is a great place to work. Been there 5 years. It isn't for the whiney or people who are afraid to work. You will earn your check.
This is absolutely true, Mr. Delaware. There seems to be a high rate of turnover in most job markets these days because younger people don't want to work hard for a paycheck.

Washington Court House, OH

#84 Jul 24, 2011
willyjb1 wrote:
Any job that is classified as "fast paced" is a joke. I don't care what the pay is. Doing hard work is fine but running your **** off all day and then they say you are not meeting quota is bulls**t. Most management nowdays are guys out of college with degrees that don't even know the job but try and tell you how to do yours. They get hired because the HR department thinks they know everything but won't hire a good, hard worker because of all these new on-line tests employers are using now. I am without work but will honestly never work for a big company again. They could care less about their employees.
This is true of all companies today. College graduates come in as management, having never done the physical part of the jobs they are trying to manage. Get used to it, the old days when management came up from the ranks are over.
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Norwich, OH

#85 Jul 24, 2011
I sweat shop for 11.00 an hour

Hillsboro, OR

#86 Jul 24, 2011

Hillsboro, OR

#87 Jul 24, 2011
By the way Mr. nobody sales and profits are at a all time high for Fred Meyer. We Teeamsters do a xcellent job and are quite proficient at what we do. So asking for decent Family wages and benefits isn't asking too much my friend.

Akron, OH

#88 Jul 26, 2011
Thank you George, its nice to see someone say something nice about a company whose attitude is DO IT OR YOU ARE FIRED must be a good feeling to know if you do not meet the standards( you may not know why you have such a high standard) you get fired. I do agree with good wages and benefits, just remember there are 1000's without work that would be willing to do those jobs at less cost and without fear of being FIRED. To much turnover in a company proves and provides less confidence to communities for the company to provide required services. Yes i have interviewed for this company twice at the Delaware location, and i caught the hr in a lie, so i imagined they just lied to me, if hired how often would they lie as an employee. So enjoy, at some time you will see a restructureing at that warehouse.

Akron, OH

#89 Jul 26, 2011
rowdy1 wrote:
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This is true of all companies today. College graduates come in as management, having never done the physical part of the jobs they are trying to manage. Get used to it, the old days when management came up from the ranks are over.
Somewhat correct, todays wms warehouse management systems and lms labor management systems only rely on being trained to operate them, meaning most anyone could do it. Most companies tell their management DO NOT MICROMANAGE this shows the employee that they are being trusted, in the mean time the computer system ( wms, lms) does the micro managing

Hillsboro, OR

#90 Jul 27, 2011
Mr. Nobody what do you mean by the term "restructuring". Get rid of the Teamsters Union ( which won't happen here in this industry).

Akron, OH

#91 Jul 28, 2011
restructuring- union stays just less people

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