According to the COVID-19 vaccine appointments which are now available Friday and Saturday at the Kroger Health Vaccination Clinic at Greenwood Mall. Furthermore, the state allows Kroger Health to expand its availability to Kentucky residents 16 and over.
You can easily make appointments by clicking now at the given link below!
While, if we talk about earlier this week, Governor Beshear announced that, starting April 5, Kentucky residents aged 16 or over will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Pfizer vaccine is only approved for those aged 16 and 17.
Now, let’s talk about the increasing wages in this regard they have official statement which is as following. $ 15 an hour? This, like 2019, “is Kroger’s latest message to other big retailers in this latest wage war dispute.
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As reported Kroger, Amazon and other major consumer goods companies have taken turns casting workers’ compensation structures for one another in the midst of the ongoing heated national debate over the minimum wage. As the largest supermarket chain in the United States, Kroger, which also operates regional chains in 35 states, employs approximately 500,000 workers in 2,800 stores.
In 2020, Kroger saw an 8.4 percent increase in sales, resulting in a profit of $ 2.6 billion, much of which can be attributed to the explosive epidemic spending on food. Historically, the grocery giant has been more than willing to advertise its fair treatment of workers and benefits, for example, by giving $ 100 to employees receiving the COVID-19 vaccination. Now, what are your thoughts on it? Do you think this wage increment is better for the workforces? What other changes does Kroger need to do? Let us know in the comment section below!