CSR (Current Employee), Leesville, LA – May 13, 2014
Pros: great customers
Cons: no healthcare, no lunch breaks, crazy hours
We go into work to relieve another person that's working. We make sure we keep up with fresh coffee and that all the cups and lids are full. We clean up and make sure we keep it clean at all times. The main hardest part about my job is that I get called in to work when other people can't make it in and that makes it hard to spend time with my family. – more... The other hard part about my job is the hours I work. I work until 11pm every day I work. I love the people I work with! The most enjoyable part of my day is when the regulars come in and chat and get what they need. – less
Cashier/Sales Associate (Current Employee), Clarenville, NL – July 22, 2013
I like my job but it is very underpaid, my manager is great but is also terribly underpaid for the stress and responsibility he has....there are no benefits and really no incentive for people to work there...it's a shame because I truly do enjoy it there.
Circle K is a great place to work for, I have only been here since June, but I really want to be working in my trade. Circle K has great offers and pb
Cashier (Current Employee), Aulds Cove, Nova Scotia – October 12, 2012
Pros: i get to meet lots of people.
Cons: by working at circle k i am not working in my trade.
Work isnt so bad there, I just need a change in my lifestyle. This is why Im applying to Kiewit, I can work in my trade and have a better salary, along with benefits. Working for Kiewit would benefit me all around, and I think Kiewit would benefit from having me as an employee
Good experience working there, it was fun and gratifying
cashier/stocker (Former Employee), Sacramento, CA – September 29, 2014
Pros: good team and manager
Cons: bad area
A typical day at work would consist of me mostly stocking shelves, stocking the cooler, preparing food, making coffee, cleaning the office, cleaning the parking lot, sometimes working the cashier, and assisting the customers to the best of my ability to keep my team (co-workers), the management and all customers satisfied with my performance on the – more... job. My co-workers and I worked together well and as a team. The management had trust in it's employees that we would reach our full potential while on the job and guided us in the right direction so that we would only get better and better as a team each day. The hardest part of the job was when I felt like I failed and let the team down. This rarely happened, but I liked to give it my all and feel like I accomplished something at the end of the day, and when I felt like I hadn't accomplished what I wanted to that day, it was hard for me to accept that. I love working. I love to keep busy and feel like I am a part of something where something productive is taking place. I love keeping busy and I like to be on my feet throughout the day and feel like I am accomplishing a whole lot. My favorite part about the job was that I got to keep busy and work with a great team to maintain a well kept store. – less
Store Manager (Former Employee), Tampa, FL – September 28, 2014
Pros: i enjoyed the work and the customers.
Cons: no training i still have my training mauels still blank.
I took the job and travel over a hour one way. I started with a decent salary. Hoping to get trained for advancement. Despite the fact that I spoke with everyone about the training I was not getting, it never happened. So one day they brought in a M.I.T. I gave up and gave my two weeks.
Deli, Store Clerk (Former Employee), Mobile, AL – September 27, 2014
Pros: good food, fun co workers, great customers
Cons: no lunch breaks, short shifts
The day starts at 3am and ends at 11am or if I work a double 2pm. I learned how to multi task and deal with all types of people and personalities. I worked with some awesome people. The hardest part of that job was seeing the homeless people beg for money outside the store and the police threating them. The best part of the job was learning how to cook – more... southern style cuisine. – less
Cashier (Former Employee), Ohio – September 26, 2014
Cons: no breaks.
A typical day is to run register and keep things cleaned and stocked. I was able to move up. Management sucks if you get a boss who doesn't care about anyone but herself. There wasn't really anything hard about the job. Enjoyable part is flex. I was able to still have a life and work at the same time. Met some really cool people.