It was a fun place to work at. However, the treatment was not the greatest.
Cashier and Stock Person (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 13 December 2015
My ex-coworkers were a pleasure to work with! My employers were constantly changing so it was a bit difficult to get to know their expectations of me. My favorite part of my job was that I could interact with customers. Thus, allowing me to explore different aspects of my job.
Store Leader (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 17 January 2016
7 Eleven offered me a great opportunity to advance. I love the customer base and the good products offered. This was a great Job for me but it is now taking over my life as it is a 24/7 company so my home work life is very unbalanced.
Very busy and productive . Fun with co-worker on nights.
Certified Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 5 December 2015
They really need to improve on the safety of their employees at night . The most enjoyable of my job is meeting new people . Being there to help them out , not just on what they need , but to listen to them. Working with the people I work with at night is the best. We work well as a team.
Cashier/Stock Clerk (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 27 February 2016
Was good, easy enough job, worked with some idiots, but made me look good while i worked among them, if i had stuck with it i would have moved quickly, but I just needed a summer job before moving to Ottawa.
Nice work environment, enjoyable time with a bit stress sometimes once the store gets busy during the peck hours and there are no enough worker
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 2 November 2015
I like working in 7-Elevn. It was enjoyable time I spent there. I would li work in 7 Elevn again if i get a chance but not in the same previous store. I learned a few working steps that are basic and simple to anyone to learn. Managment level I believe is weak. co-worker mostly were good except a few people that un-qualify due to the lack of respectful knowledge on working filed.
Hardest part was dealing with drunk customers at night shift and cleaning the mass after some of them. The most enjoyable part was dealing with smiley faces
Senior Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 30 November 2015
Great working with customers in store and in post office. Was training for assistant manager position. Managed stock and ordering. Learn how to cash out, balance and deposit. Company was challenging and kept you on your feet .
Cashier, Stock, Food Attendant (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 17 November 2015
Ringing through sales, counting lottery and smokes, checking expiry dates, daily temperature check on foods, cleaning. How to keep track of sales for ordering with a hand held machine. Co-workers were friendly. Having to count smokes and lottery while ringing through sales. Free slurpee day
SALES ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 12 January 2016
fun to work with customer but hard to work nightshift because you will have to interact with mostly drunk, on drugs high customers, theft and many others. must follow the company rules if those incidence were happen.
Kitchen Staff (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 January 2016
I learn how to make food,I learn how to work independently. I also learn how to make food and finish on time. The co-workers are really nice and love me. The hardest part was to clean but I always successful.