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82 questions about working at 7-Eleven
Business casual, sensible shoes.
Answered 20 March 2017
Give more than minimum wage for full time
Answered 22 March 2017
Do you were uniforms
Asked 3 November 2017
There is a Company shirt provided to the employees. It was quite comfortable ,durable and easy to maintain so that even when at the end of the shift, it kept neat and tidy. The shirt encourages the employee to follow suit and wear well maintained matching black pants.
Answered 3 November 2017
If you're hired part-time, hours can range from 8-24 hours per week. When you eventually move to full-time, it can be around 32-40+ hours per week. Shifts are usually around 8 hours long, however sometimes situations can happen where you may be asked to work longer than the 8 hours if the next shift person is a no-show and it's hard to get a replacement, or if it gets so busy the next shift needs a little help to get through the busy period. Unlike years ago, lately management has been careful to make sure their staff don't go into overtime (more than 44 hrs per week) and get burnt out. When I first started decades ago, overtime was more acceptable and we'd get so burnt out, today not so much.
Answered 20 March 2017
Free drinks
Answered 10 January 2018
Hire managers and upper managers with excellent people skills and empathy. So many are all about numbers and not about the mental health of their employees.
Answered 5 March 2019
I think it depends on the manager, but generally the shifts are roughly 7am-3pm, 3-11pm, and 11pm to 7am. There can be overlapping cover shifts too. Some managers are able to accommodate employees' preferences, others not so much. Something to bring up at the interview.
Answered 16 October 2018
It depends on the upper managements' protocols and location, it seems. I worked at several stores in several cities, through three decades, and the piercing expectations seemed to fluctuate depending on who the management was. Perhaps just bring it up when you interview. Two or three may not be an issue.
Answered 1 June 2018
If you are not young and pretty you will get the only shift 3-11 and the staff will be late every night by at least 15 mins
Answered 18 July 2017
Yes. Failing a mystery shop will cause a disciplinary action to be taken to avoid making the same mistake twice.
Answered 24 May 2017
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