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InHerSight Score

2.5

 
Personal Development

Personal Development

2.2
Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

3.1
Family Support

Family Support

2.3
Equal Opportunities for Women and Men
3.4
Management Opportunities for Women
3.4
Female Representation in Top Leadership
3.3
Paid Time Off
2.8
The People You Work With
2.8
Maternity and Adoptive Leave
2.5
Flexible Work Hours
2.5
Employer Responsiveness
2.3
Learning Opportunities
2.2
Salary Satisfaction
2.2
Wellness Initiatives
1.9
Family Growth Support
1.9
Social Activities and Environment
1.9
Sponsorship or Mentorship Program
1.9
Ability to Telecommute
1.7

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There are a lot of women at the top, but the women at the bottom have to compete with men pretty ferociously because men don't have to step down from leadership roles or worry about who is going to try to take their position while they are out on maternity leave. I've also seen several examples of men being favored in terms of starting pay where women are more likely to start off at or just above minimum wage but male counterparts with similar or less experience in the industry are more likely to be given maximum allowable starting wages. There are no allowances for physical disadvantages such as pregnancy. This can lead to a female manager being demoted or forced out of her position simply because she is unable to meet difficult physical demands. Maternity leave is not paid by the company and the insurance for temporary medical disability deems maternity leave to be FMLA which means, they don't pay even though a doctor has to sign off that the woman must be if work and she is not allowed to return until a doctor signs off that she can return free of any restrictions. Medical restrictions are more likely to be worked with if an employee is male whereas female employees are more likely to be told that they must take a leave if they are given any restrictions other than the number of hours they are permitted to work. Breastfeeding mothers are given zero consideration and shamed for taking to Long on break if they need to pump. There are no private places to pump and not even a power outlet in the ladies rooms to use an electric pump. It's truly an awful place to work as a woman.

Unsatisfied Rater

The location I was at was terrible. There was obvious favoritism shown to men concerning the schedule, very few people received the days that were requested, to include days off, , and though a doctors excuse was brought in for a single call in for child’s illness, there were verbal repercussions as well as threats. All of which was due to a call in, 3 hours before the beginning of the shift and a doctors excuse including receipts from the copay and pharmacy.

Very Unsatisfied Rater

Kroger put to much stress on associates and management. They will not give stores enough hours to complete the enormous amount of tasks set for each department. Kroger higher ups care more about profit than associates and the only thing keeping them from firing the older folks is the Union.

Very Unsatisfied Rater

Is a good temporal job.

Indifferent Rater

Zero women on the board. Zero employee advocates. Store management is very inconciderate and frequently uses bully tactics when approached. The store manager makes rude comments about female employees' makeup,hair etc. Forced employees to work durring hurricane Irma even though the city had been shut down.

Very Unsatisfied Rater

 

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