Retail Customer Assistant (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 26 August 2013
The work involved was customer service and sales assistance.I was the cashier ,aswell as took care of inventory and sales.The training was decent but the job description was vague ,the manager was rude and didnt really care about the store policies .The organizational activity of the store was weak.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 27 June 2017
Great customer service experience, Fun co-workers, flexible hours, getting to eat the expired candy, good management and it covers some of the greatest offers any gas station can offer. Even though I have only worked there for a year now I feel like I'm part of a family that stands very strong. I will continue to work at Petro Canada with pride.
Friendly management but poor training and unclear guidelines
Cashier (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 30 May 2017
I enjoyed working the nightshift and interacting with the customers but the lack of communication from management led to conflict with coworkers over who was supposed to do what. High levels of gossip and employee theft led to a high turnover rate for workers.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 May 2017
Their policy are worst, very low pay.. every other month there is a mystery shop where u have to be 100 % otherwise u will loose ur job, as a employee u have to deal with 800 to 1000 customers per 8 hour shift.
Great Management, fun place to work, developed good relationships
CASHIER (Former Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – 17 May 2017
The management was fantastic, concerns and issues were address immediately. A typical 8 hour work day included cleaning, stocking, inventory of tobacco and lottery, end of day closing responsibilities. The most enjoyable part of the job was our regular customers and the relationships that were built.
Petro-Canada is a great location to work for younger individuals looking for work experience, or older individuals who have no desire to improve themselves and are accepting of a position with no room for further self-development or career advancement.
Gérant (Current Employee) – Hudson, QC – 6 April 2017
Je commence à 9h le matin je vérifie l'état général du magasin je donne des taches claires à mes employées sur ce qui doit être fait en urgence je m'occupe de tout ce qui est bureau et par la suite je suis sur le plancher.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 29 March 2017
It was a great experience working with the team of petro-canada. The location where i was placed was one of the busiest center and hence I learnt great multi-tasking skills and handling number of customers with satisfying service.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 10 March 2017
As with any convenience store job, aside from assisting customers, there is always cleaning. The management at the stores I worked with were very friendly and flexible. Hardest part of the job was dealing with the trouble customers and the typical shoplifters.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 13 February 2017
I mainly took care of customers but there is very big imbalance between the workers that work there an no one expresses it or does anything about it. It was my very first jobs and I learned a lot from it such as being calm in certain situations and knowing how to problem solve on the spot. It taught me how to treat customers in the most effective way to be able to have them back in the store.