Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) – Stratford, ON – 4 May 2017
For me personally this was not a good workplace. Some of my coworkers were fine but for me it was unhealthy, mentally and physically. I was miserable and uncomfortable, and not properly trained. My manager was often angry or generally unhappy and not very helpful during rush times when he was there. Overall I did not enjoy my job there and would not go back. The store was immensely understaffed as well.
Cashier, Cook (Former Employee) – Prince Albert, SK – 1 May 2017
7-Eleven is the place you apply to when you cannot find another employment opportunity. They demand you put a lot of time into the job for the little pay you get. There is little chance for advancement and they often set you into a job you do not want.
Need own cup, small breaks, high stress situations
Senior Sales Associate// Cashier// Stock (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 27 April 2017
My experience was totally based on the management and staff. I thought it was an okay experience, good learning experience. I worked morning shifts majority of my time with 7/11. My store was quite busy, so days were went along pretty quickly. Fast paced environment. Must be able to work fast and on your toes. Knowing how to handle tough customers is a benefit. A bit of a learning curve learning how to multi-task everything that needs to be done.
Store Leader (Former Employee) – Coaldale, AB – 26 April 2017
Miss working there. Great people.
Learned lots and hope one day to rejoin the team.
Great culture and adversity. Never was a dull day.
One tho g is change was the training. I'd requested more training and feel like I wa denied. No matter how much I asked. Would of done great things. Bigger and better things within the company if so. Wouldn't of felt like a failure in the end.
Senior certified Sales Associates (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 22 April 2017
Good learning place for new immigrant to Canada. I learn the time management in 7-Eleven because you have to do many task in your 8 hours shift along with customer service. The hardest part of job when you are alone in night shift. The most enjoyable part of job when you have team member share the work.
Dealing with most people was a pleasant part of our job
Clerk/Cashier (Former Employee) – Leamington, ON – 17 April 2017
7/11 was a job that you either loved or hated. A job that you needed to be ambivalent about yet work with the customers. The boss was pleasant to work for but didn't believe in her part time staff. The part time staff were often blamed for things they had not been trained to deal with properly. The part time staff were often given bad reviews and told to sign them or they wouldn't get the pay increase and were not allowed to argue what had been said about them unfair or not. The pay increase we were being belittled for was a paltry .20cent increase in hourly pay. Sometimes even less. The hardest part was having to work with these fulltime staff and remain polite to them even when you pointed out the errors of their thinking. The unreasonable attitudes did not engender trust amongst the staff.
Pop and water were free to working staff.
Staff treatment of the part time staff was untenable.
Alberta - Graveyard Cashier (Former Employee) – Hinton, AB – 10 April 2017
Not much to be said. You do the 7/11 dues. Cash, sandwich, stock (sometimes), manage cigarettes and gambling goods. My hours were not the greatest, but that'd be my fault for going straight into Graveyard.
Night Shift Stocker (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 10 April 2017
It wasn't a very good place to work. The management didn't care if you were sick or dying they wanted you to come into work that day. My coworkers were great, just the management expected people to work like robots.