• People

    Supporting Your Team During Uncertain Times

    No matter what your business is, your people are your greatest asset. They work hard to serve your customers and achieve your goals.

    Throughout the pandemic, our employees remained on the frontline to ensure our customers and our communities had access to fresh food and essentials when they needed them most.

    We’ve learned a lot along the way and to help other businesses prepare to reopen safely, we’re sharing some of the steps we’ve taken to support and recognize our employees while maintaining our commitment to be there for our customers and communities.

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    “No one knew what this crisis would be like or the toll it would take on all of us. While our associates work tirelessly to serve our customers, it’s our duty as leaders to show that same dedication to them by supporting their overall well-being.”

    -Tim Massa
    Senior Vice President & Chief People Officer

    First Steps


    Collaborate across your business to create and enforce safety and well-being measures


    Establish a clear plan for responding to potential illnesses or exposures within your team, including appropriate paid time off


    Offer benefits and resources to support employees’ physical and emotional well-being


    Provide always-on opportunities for employees to voice their feedback and concerns

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    Nothing herein constitutes legal advice or other formal direction or guidance of any kind. The information herein is offered for general informational purposes only.

    The Kroger Family of Companies

    As America’s grocer, our most urgent mission is to be here for our customers when they need us most, with open stores and openhearted hospitality. We’re taking proactive steps to protect the health and safety of our associates, customers and communities, including adjusted store operating hours, enhanced cleaning procedures, physical distancing precautions and?expanded associate benefits.

    For more information about Kroger’s Sharing What We’ve Learned: A Blueprint for Businesses resource guide, visit here.