Kroger hiring for 14,000 seasonal, part-time jobs


Kroger announced its hiring for 14,000 part-time and seasonal jobs this holiday season.

Jobs are available at Kroger locations in 35 states, and interested candidates are encouraged to apply at jobs.kroger.com. Kroger already has 450,000 associates in 2,793 retail food stores under a variety of local banner names in 35 states.

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“We are delighted to welcome new associates to our team this holiday season,” said Lanell Ohlinger, vice president of talent development. “Now more than ever, Kroger is a great place to come for a job and stay for a great career.”

The company plans to invest $500 million in human capital over the next three years. This will be in addition to Kroger’s continued efforts to rebalance pay and benefits while also focusing on certifications and performance incentives, career opportunities, and training.

Want more tips and information for the holiday season? Visit our Black Friday Holiday Guide or contact reporter Kara Driscoll at kara.driscoll@coxinc.com.

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