Cashier (Current Employee), Main st. West Kelowna, BC – January 24, 2014
Pros: received a raise.
Cons: its quite quiet around the store after 6.
On my shift one night I was very bored because I had done everything i was supposed to and had a great idea. One of my hobbies include cleaning. I had seen the back room of the store and known it to be a hiding spot for spiders and dust. During my shift i cleaned and reorganized the back room making it look and smell fantastic! Within the next couple – more... days i received a raise for all the work i put into it not thinking i would get a reward. – less
Cashier (Former Employee), Surrey, BC – January 5, 2014
A typical day is pretty easy there is only two people working each shift. We both restock the shelves and make sure everything is clean and organized and stocked up. we constantly half to check the coffee to make sure it is full and hot, mop floors, check the bathroom. At the end of the day we count the lottery and smokes and do a bunch of paper work – more... to make sure everything balances out and make sure nothing is missing. Management is great they are very organized and are always on top of everything the manager always stops by to make sure everything is good and running smoothly. There was nothing I really found hard for me I really enjoyed it there they did a great job training me I never really had any problems. I learned a lot about inventory and how to check orders, ring things trough, check prices, put air in peoples tiers, and many other things. – less
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Ottawa, ON – November 13, 2013
The job helped me to learn about the countries culture and its people by interacting with different kinds of people thorughout the work. Taught me how to solve suitable problems quickly and efficiently. Learnt how to provide valuable customer service in a friendly manner. Petro Canada taught me how to be punctual, work as a team member and take responsibillity – more... whenever it is required. – less
Gas attendant (Former Employee), Tilbury 401 – November 6, 2013
This job was a great job for a summer student, I loved it. I got to meet people on a daily basis, and my co workers made the day go by so much faster. It was a very easy job,which made it easy to balance life and work.
Gas Service Attendant (Former Employee), St thomas ontario – October 15, 2013
Pros: work around your schedule sometimes...
Cons: tying to handle rude customers you must be a people person to be really good at this job.
Learned how to be a polite well mannered person, and work in extremely busy conditions at a fast pace with money.Must be very good at math and quick at adding and subtracting because customers are never patient. The hardest part of the job is keeping an eye on all 600+ people that come into the store through out the shift and make sure nothing gets – more... stolen. the worst part of the job is Job security.. you can be fired in a heart beat just for doing 1 incorrect thing even though your one of the top employees who does everything for the company. They're just a business and they do not care much about people they only care about making a profit. Also another bad part is always having to deal with rude customers when you have no control over the situation. such as gas price if the gas price is 136.9 customers tend to blame the gas attendant for raising the prices when the gas attendant has no control over the price, but they take all the blame for it. working at a gas station isn't a great place to work but it is a good place it can be fun sometimes but at other times extremely overwhelming and stressful. – less
Cashier (Former Employee), Montreal, Quebec – October 12, 2013
I love my work there but I'm looking for another job to increase my experience and my technical support future. I have a very good relation with my co-workers, they admire my effort at work their opinion is that I'm talented well educated. The most enjoyable part of the job is the moment that I solve a problem. I learned to be patient good listener – more... and respect all people that I work with. – less