SALES ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – 21 March 2017
The work here is way too much and you personally have to do a lot and they hardly appreciate their employees, only My Manager is the only person who takes care of her staff no matter what her superior says. Job isn't hard but not easy as well.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 January 2017
I learn lots about Lotto, Smoke, Gas Bar . I like to learn different things in different business. I enjoyed merchandising. Management is partiality I mean different rules for different employee. Hardest part of job is night shift.
Food Counter Attendant (Former Employee) – Slave Lake, AB – 4 January 2017
always a tiring day at work, busy and lots of things need to be done. know how to manage your time friendly and well organized friendly and happy to work with them delivery day at the same time busy day friendly co-workers
Cashier (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 1 January 2017
we served customers sotcked shelf and did invitory counts. I leraned too all was show up for the job willing and able to do the task that are needed. Cleaning the public washrooms. leraned from my management that not everything goes according to plan and you may need to find another way.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 19 December 2016
7-Eleven is a workplace where you can work and learn at the same time. You learn how to interact with different kinds of people, how to work in a team environment as a group member and also as a group leader.
MANAGER (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 9 December 2016
Enjoyed my job here and really looked forward to seeing my customers every day. I had terrific employees and miss them. As a Manager if your employees did not show up for work and there was no one else to replace them the managers did the time. This was the only draw back to the job.
Part-time Crew Member (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 7 December 2016
I enjoyed working at 7-11 because I got to meet a lot of cool people including my co-workers and customers. It was mostly a laid back job. You gotta be somewhat good at math. Lots of counting. Counting cigarettes, money, etc every day. The only thing I didn't agree on was throwing out still fresh donuts/pizza/hotdogs/smokies/taquitos at the end of the day instead of giving it to the homeless or poor. Other than that the job was enjoyable.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 2 December 2016
medical benefits good wage best place to work good and clean atmosphere management is so helpful my manager help me in my hard times as well. hardest part of the job is it goes boring for the long time proper shifts
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 5 November 2016
Worked my way up to assistant manager in two years, working straight mid-nights for the first six years. Moved to a store in my city closer to my home. Hardest part was working with other employees that didn't have the same work ethitcs, so you where doing your work plus theirs. Learning every thing I learned there and meeting the customers
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 November 2016
A typical work day was customer based interacting. ie sales and services , it's a fast paced work environment. In my years of service I have learned to deal with many diverse people, treating anyone the same .. Business class or other wise. Th hardest part of the job is the continuous standing, we are human and need to sit at some point. The part I most enjoyed about the job in the customer interaction. Would I recommend this job to anyone.. The answer to that is YES .
Plenty of stocking jobs at night and less hours during the day.
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 29 October 2016
They hired too many employees and laid off. The manager sent me to too many different locations within the company and did not pay for my additional gasoline and transportation needs. An my first weeks supplement paycheck did not include groceries as they held on to my check for one week.