Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee), Roeland Park, KS – November 18, 2014
Pros: free beverages, food from roller grill just not too much food. and being able to listen to music on radio.
Cons: none really aside from rude customers.
I would show up count into my cashier register for the day other employee would count down from register then leave for the night, if not busy i would mop the floor, clean the counters, made sure all beverages worked, lined up drinks in fridge isles, sure there were hotdogs on roller grill, and then just work on the register until close then I would – more... lock up the store after counting down my register.
The responsibility of locking up a store and maintaining it clean.
Management just was keeping the store presentable and being friendly to customers.
My coworkers were fine at their jobs some lazier than others, but after all its a gas station that didn't get extreme rushes, always nice to costumers and we were nice to each other even outside the work place.
As i said its a gas station that had its normal clientele, but never to speedy or rushed so it was actually mellow, except when we would occasionally have a rude customer and having to deal with it you know the feeling of refraining your frustration with the customer. – less
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Topeka, KS – November 1, 2014
I was let go because, my manager found out that i was pregnant. I was told that he wouldn't have hired me if he knew that i was trying to start a family. He also told me that i should have used contraceptives...
Planner/ Scheduler (Former Employee), Borger, TX – October 13, 2014
0530 start, pull in overnight break in emergency orders, verify schedule and make sure all materials are on hand for that day, verify material is expedited for emergency and warehouse spares. Plan work designated by plant and area priority, Build schedule for following week and up to two weeks out. Manage procurement of material for all rotating equipment – more... refinery wide. ,, 0% training, everything is OTJ on your own
619 Operator (Former Employee), Linden, NJ – April 29, 2014
Pros: good pay
Cons: shift work and working holidays if you were on the schedule to do so
gather quart samples from large component field tanks 2-3 times a day or as requested... pump component field bottoms to slop tanks, set up analyzers according to the specs of each blend being done at the time, change out filters as needed to the analyzers, make additives for the blends as needed..