Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Chandler, AZ – July 29, 2014
A typical day consists of completing all end of day "books" including financials and invoices, completing as much stocking as possible, completing audits, and cleaning parking lot, as well as all trash removal. All previous tasks must be completed while watching registers and participate in cashiering when needed. This company provided me with the extra – more... skills of heavy multitasking and excellent team work with fellow staff. When there is a heavy influx of customers, it can be extremely hectic processing transactions while also watching for theft and monitoring customer safety on the property. The most enjoyable part of the job was, of course, dealing with customers and working with the staff. – less
Assistant Manager (Current Employee), Terre Haute, IN – July 26, 2014
Pros: love my coworkers and customers
Cons: alot of stress
paperwork, weekly scans and taking care of customers. I love my coworkers they are like family. I hate the amount of call ins and all the stress of this job. I love my customers and being able to make them smile.
Customer Service (Former Employee), Gilbert, AZ – July 25, 2014
Pros: free drinks
Cons: no breaks
My job consisted of running register and maintaining the store appearance occasionally setting a display or filling a cooler. I was very unsatisfied with never being able to move up due to no opportunities.
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Saint Cloud, FL – July 21, 2014
I really enjoyed working here and working with the staff. working here was never boring and the other staff members were very welcoming. everyday was a new learning experience. you deal with a wide verity of patients
Lead Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Albuquerque, NM – July 20, 2014
Pros: free soda all day
Cons: no discount on any product.
This is a fun place to work if you are working with adults. There are some stores that you would rather be transferred out of then make a paycheck. I love where I work at now because there is no problems with anyone.
Customer Service Worker (Current Employee), Memphis, TN – July 17, 2014
this job is just naot as safe as other jobs that i have had.i run the cash register,i process money orders and lottery tickets and i do general housekeeping work. the job is part time im looking for something in my career field i want more hours and better pay.
Circle K was a good job but not very many benefits
Store Cashier (Former Employee), Shreveport, LA – July 17, 2014
Pros: regular scheldule
Cons: not enough pay for work performed
A typical day at work was pretty quick I learned how to work point-of-sale systems and also talk to the customers The management was very personal and friendly My coworkers were pretty nice and joyful at times
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee), Christmas, FL – July 16, 2014
Cons: no breaks, alot of responsibility
As an employee of Circle K for over a year now, I can tell you that working at a gas station is not as easy as it seems, and management is even more difficult. You are constantly dealing with a problem, preparing for an audit, or trying to find where a shortage came from. I have been blessed with a benevolent store manager who, above all else, is patient – more... with our nonstop stream of new employees. Most of the other stores near us are not as lucky to have a manager who actually cares about their store. I would say the hardest part of this job is most definitely keeping your cool. It is very hard to stay calm when you see money or products missing. When an employee quits on the spot. The nicest part is the people you get to meet. I work in a community store and have gotten to know a lot of these people personally. It's a wonderful experience. – less