Supervisor & Cash Controller (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 21 June 2017
if consider learning i have learned a lot in this job as discussed in my resume but there were certain set backs in the job the worst of management particularly in my location no appreciation even if you exceed expectations in the job. Demotivated and all but some of the employees are really good and cooperative so with them i made it so far other wise no chance.
Great place to learn lots and get lots of experience.
Store Manager / Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – 12 February 2017
Lots of good and bad things about this company. I have learned lots of great business, marketing and managing skills here. Do not particularly enjoy how the company treats their employees however. Would still recommend job to others wanting that type of experience.
Great benefits. Lots to learn.
Stressful. Long hours. Extremely short deadlines. No humanity.
Manager (Current Employee) – Canada – 6 February 2017
Poor management with no accountability. Disorganized and reactionary...should be union because it is over wrought with union mentality. Needs "new blood" to make some big changes - maybe new CEO will see that.
if you are okay with being mediocre you can stick around for 20+ years
if you are not okay with being less than the best it is frustrating and spirit killing
Certified Senior Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Quesnel, BC – 3 February 2017
Location and store manager greatly determine the enjoyment of this job. 7 Eleven cannot guarantee set hours or shifts. So you must be a flexible person to work here. There is a large amount of work that needs to be done on any given day and depending on your location you may be working with one or two other people. Team work is paramount, but can be impacted by poor store leadership. The benefits are great, but you have to stick around for 1 year part-time or 6 months full-time. And 7 Eleven always hires starting at part time. So any benefits are most likely to be a year away. I have worked for 7 Eleven since May 2015 and only now just received full time hours guaranteed.
Sales clerk (Current Employee) – Estevan, SK – 2 February 2017
Decent at the start, but slowly turned worse. Started with good hours, but then was dropped.Typical days, serving customers, clean after bad customers, get berated by drunks and rude customers, fear that at any moment i'd get robbed, find out that there were shoplifters, clean, prep food, be bored, and find opened food and drink hidden away in cooler.
Clerk (Former Employee) – St. Albert, AB – 1 February 2017
Was a fun job to work, unfortunately I was not able to get certain times off when I had asked. Other than that, the supervisors were great, and my co-workers at the time were quite fun to work with. Customers were usually quite easily dealt with ,as well.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 19 January 2017
I learned a lot in this company and everyday learning new things. This company has provide me challenges which helps you to enhance your skills. My days start with Cash Management and depends on the priorities. i learned about day to day operations and how to implementing new changes. Wok place culture is very good due to so much diversity one get chance to learn. Most enjoyable part of the job is fast paced work environment. which i love the most.