Fry’s parent company to give $130 million in ‘thank you pay’ to employees


By Tom Demeropolis | Phoenix Business Journal

Kroger Co., the parent of Fry’s Food Stores in Arizona, will provide special “thank you pay” to its hourly frontline grocery, supply chain, manufacturing, pharmacy and call center employees for their work maintaining safe, clean and stocked stores during the coronavirus crisis.

Rodney McMullen, chairman and CEO of Cincinnati-based Kroger (NYSE: KR), said the company’s employees “have been instrumental in feeding America while also helping to flatten the curve during the initial phases of the pandemic.”

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