It's very nice Kroger aired a thank you Kroger. Employee's commercial. Instead of tooting your own horn and spending all that money. You should be giving your workers a Bonus for risking their lives Shame on you Kroger!
I concur, many Mt. Carmel folks are not making much at all.
tx city tx kroger was awful, employees not following
safety/health precautions, no gloves mask s
i don't think any of the ones i saw, including mgr.
knows what 6 ft means!
Firstly, here is a shortage of PPE if you haven't been paying attention to the news. These people are doing their best to keep things running and risking their health and family to do so.
Secondly, 6ft recommendation is something just to make you feel warm and cozy. If you're going to get it, you will. A forceful cough can expel fine droplets well over 10 feet and a fine mist from a sneeze can remain airborne for quite some time.
So instead of complaining, sew them masks and thank them for working to keep food on your table.
So, I was at Kroger a little earlier this afternoon. It seems the employees are paying no attention to the suggestions/warnings about what we should be doing to protect ourselves and others. Not just from Coronavirus but for any illness that might be out there. Specifically, I was in the produce section and noticed a few people coughing and no attempt to cover their mouth.
I know!!!!!! Breaking the law in multiples!
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Just picked up order from Mount Carmel Tobasco Road Kroger store and they are coughing without covering, and coming right up to your window even when you say stay 6ft back and spreading the virus. This is unacceptable. I called the manager and I told the police to check it out because it's very unsafe and they're not abiding by the law.
So, I was at Kroger a little earlier this afternoon. It seems the employees are paying no attention to the suggestions/warnings about what we should be doing to protect ourselves and others. Not just from Coronavirus but for any illness that might be out there. Specifically, I was in the produce section and noticed a few people coughing and no attempt to cover their mouth. One employee was coughing into the air and then wiped her nose and continued to put produce out for purchases. I was shocked! Would you have:
Said something to her?
She called the manager ---. . . . ...
I just left your store. that's located at 11925 Elam. While shopping I witnessed a customer that bad raised the eat glass in the meat section of the whole hams next ti the customer service area. I will tell everyone I know about this. Everyone, working in this area should be put on notice. This is unacceptable. We have a serious virus in our country, no time to play. No one was paying attention. This happen just before 2pm tbday.3/10/2020.. . . . . . . .
I live in Henderson Nevada and would love to know if there is any possibility for a Smith's store? I'm in a very populated area and have to shop at the Smith's store on Green Valley rd. It's a good store but way to crowded and over shopped we could really use another Smith's. A perfect location is a empty Sears store on Warm Springs and Julia street. This area is only growing in population and really could use a Smith's. Thankyou for your consideration... ..
It appears that customers are not a priority. In Atlanta I submitted a concern about a store there ( cleanliness, unhelpful employee ) and never received a response from Corporate. Yesterday I received an email from the CEO regarding the Coronavirus and Kroger's dedication to keeping it's customers healthy. When I went to a Ralph's near my home here in Palm Springs, 425 South Sunrise, none ( NONE ) of the things that the CEO listed as being implemented were being done. When I asked about this, I was told by an evening manager that everything was being stolen. In that case, wouldn't one have heightened security? I'm convinced it's not my job to teach people how to do theirs; very disappointing. I believe the Kroger Corporation knows that there are a variety of pla, . .. . .
It's an unfortunate trend in several Kroger stores, both general grocery and pharmacy that customers issues are not even remotely of any interest and even general courtesy appears to be beyond store managers and most employees skills. My experiences with Kroger this week alone makes it more than obvious that being extremely rude to customers, not doing what they say they will do and even basic customer support is definitely of little to no concern to this company.
I have both shopped at Kroger and used the pharmacy for at least two decades. Today has been a dismal display of if not indifference, outright rudeness and the att. . . . .
Employees safety ,,,make it only click list now ,every store,protect the employees,the bars are and restraunts...My wife works for Kroger's.my son works for Kroger's,prefect them from the public .. . .. . ..
What a disgrace, you are out of stock on everything. Your manager at the California LaCrescenta store had 3 cashiers open today plus the self serve. Your inadequate staffing is adding to the hysteria. . . . . . . . .
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Why's don't you limit your hours to 4 a day so people won't stockpile and you have to hire extra people and can stock your shelves. Aged population is finding it to difficult to shop. Do you just want to make more money.. I used to shop with you but now buy at 99 cent store . . .. ..
Please thank all your employees who are doing their darndest to keep shelves stocked and hold their tongues with the crazy people out there. I have been to my local kroger twice since this started and each time yes I have not found toilet paper (still don't get that one lol) but the employees have been working hard stocking and helping and trying to keep peace amongst the crazies. Please pass onto everyone that the sane part of this country appreciate all they are doing and I wish there was a way,other than the thanks we give in person each time we are there, to let them know how much they are appreciated not only in what they are doing but also that they are willing to be out there exposed each day. I have shopped Kroger since 1983 and will continue to do so God willing. .. .
We definately need to be appreciative of those employees. I will never understand those who will gripe and complain even in a very serious crisis. Glad to see your post
I am a Kroger employee and I thank you for your kind words. A lot of times we are unthought of... and we aren't appreciated. We are on the front-line everyday making sure our shelves are stocked. Some things are not available at the warehouse..such as toilet paper..we have no control of this. We will continue to do our best during this crisis. And a few kind words goes a long way. Thanks again...
Kroger Getwell/Goodman Rd needs to get with a program to help customers & order enough paper
products & disinfectant products during this crisis.
Might want to get a manager at this location that actually cares about there customers on a regular basis! Plus posting on line doesn't seem to get anyone attention!! / / // /
I can't see why they are not closing for at least 2 weeks with this virus going around and the employees are around peoples all day that is sneezing, coughing and they are touching money and our groceries. Please have some hearts and morals for your employees and we as customers. Please give us a week to get everything we need for our homes and groceries and shut the stores down. Money isn't everything and peoples and employees are and we don't need nobody infected or contaminated with thi
I would like to commend the Click List staff at the Northland location in Columbus. They have been professional and courteous despite the increased demand during the Corona Crisis. As a regular Click List customer I am disappointed that in order get some of the essentials such as paper products and cleaning supplies, I am required to go into the store which I refuse to do to try to conform with social distancing recommendations. I believe it would make more sense to make these items available to your Click List and delivery customers who are playing by the rules. This would slow down the hoarding issue and help protect your staff from the onslaught of idiots who are making the crisis worse by insane shopping. Frankly, I believe you should re-tool and offer only pick-up and delivery services and lock the front door. You could employ the many people displaced by the crisis. It would also be helpful to offer phone ordering for the elderly and technology challenged shoppers.... .
Kroger store in Maysville Ky selling bottled water; Crystal Geiser brand for 6.99 a case....Big Lots here selling same for 3.00..Price Gouging at it's worst....Called store here but got no satisfaction...Unable to contact corporate.....
I am 77. We have been instructed to come at 8am to be let in the door first with other customers. This exposes us to other people. Why not stock items with your crew 8pm to 7am and let us in an hour early before exposing us to other people. We are suppose to self isolate.... .