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Company Overview: Kroger
- Retail, Grocery store
- Number of stores:
- $90.374 billion
- Cincinnati, OH
- David Dillon
- Kroger is the largest grocery store in the United States, with more than 3,500 stores in nearly every state. It is the fourth-largest retailer in the entire world, and the second-largest retailer in the United States (trailing only Walmart).
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Apply onlineIf you want to apply for hourly in-store positions, you will have to use Kroger's hiring website to do so. Read the 'Kroger application process' section below for some tips on filling out your application.
KiosksAll Kroger stores are equipped with computer kiosks that you can use to submit an application. The application process is identical to the one that you'll find on Kroger's website, but the kiosks are a nice service for people who don't have a computer or a reliable internet connection.
AssessmentThe assessment that Kroger puts you through is long and grueling. It's seventeen pages, with five questions on each page (yes, that's a total of 85 questions). From Kroger's point of view, the assessment helps them determine if you would make a good fit for their company. But from a jobseeker's point of view, it's just a really frustrating process to go through. To give you an idea of what it's like, here are a few sample questions: "People do a lot of annoying things" "It is easy for you to feel what others are feeling" "It is hard to really care about work when the job is boring" For each question, you will be provided with five potential answers, ranging from 'strongly agree' to 'strongly disagree.' Most of the time it's pretty obvious which answer is the 'correct' answer, but if you find yourself in a position where you aren't quite sure, take a minute to think about why Kroger decided to ask the question. What are they trying to learn about you? Also, as a bit of a tip: You will have the best chances of success if you give strong answers. Overall, it's much better to strongly agree or strongly disagree -- they don't want to hire people with wishy-washy 'neutral' positions on important questions.
Background checkDuring the application process, you will be required to give Kroger permission to perform a pre-employment background check. In their own words, it is a "criminal background check, a previous employment verification check, and/or an education verification check." So be sure to be honest on your application, or chances are great that they will catch you lying.
Drug testYou must also consent to a pre-employment drug test in order to complete the application.
How long does Kroger keep your application on file?Kroger keeps your application on file for a year, but it's only active for 60 days. If 60 days go by and you haven't heard back, you'll have to go through the long application process again.