Are you working at Kroger? Looking for a helpful guide regarding Kroger’s recent transferring divisions? If yes then this blog guide is for you. As many employees at public Kroger asked about the division transferring related queries and we are here to answer your concerns. So, let’s get started.
One of the Kroger employees stated that “I’m working for the Smiths, am trying to move to California (Food 4 Less/Ralphs) by the end of the month, I applied for the transfer about a month ago. I did the part I was told I had to do, call the stores, make sure they had my stand, make sure they had slots as someone did. I informed my HR manager and submitted the paper she gave me to fill out.
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I feel as if I was walking around too, I was told first that all I needed was for my store manager to call the other store and fill out the paper. Which I did, then I was told my HR manager just need to call the HR manager at the other store. Which I did, then you were given a number where no one answered and you faxed the paper you filled out to the number at the bottom of the form.
But no solution to my problem. I’m at a loss as to what to do, the HR manager said she’s never done an out-of-state transfer before and it’s going according to what they tell her. So, my question: What exactly does it entail to move to an out-of-state store? I’m a courtesy writer, have been with the company since 2008 (I moved stores for the first time ever), and I’m out of state with a friend.”
Now, what you need to do is that you need to write down the request letter and send it to the head department. Also, you might need to get in touch with the Human Resources Shared Service Center (HRSSC) asap. They will sort your division transfer case asap.