Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – BC – 11 February 2019
Tough company to work. Expect a lot of work in every shift. Lots more than any other rival same kind of business with minimum pay and very small raises to none. If you able to work hard 24/7 and dont have any life outside. You will be called lots to take additional shifts. Its ok job.
it was wonderful working with 7eleven team and location
Assistant manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 11 February 2019
Great company to grow with in .711 has a lot of great deals and policies that I've enjoyed. The location was along a busy street in between a high school and a pool/park/library. The management only allowed one person scheduled per shift unless it was during school hours for the mob of students for breakfast and lunch then both tills would be open. Due to 1 employ working the majority of the time opened the window for an unsettling amount of criminal activity to occur. Theft, robberies at gun point, vandalisms, ect.
Kitchen Cook, Cashier, and Graveyard Worker (Current Employee) – Wetaskiwin, AB – 4 February 2019
They customer service is great, I get my order and they greet me once I enter and bid me farewell as I leave. I can always rely on the workers for proper customer service and good quality food everytime.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 2 February 2019
• Provide prompt, efficient and courteous customer service • Maintain a clean, customer friendly environment in the store • Ring customer sales on an electronic cash register • Receive cash from customers and give correct change • Perform all regular cleaning activities and other tasks that are included on job assignments • Forecast, order and stock merchandise
SALES ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 25 January 2019
The most enjoyable part of the job is the coworkers and the customers, they can all made you laugh very easily and feels like the shift is much shorter and faster. The hardest part of the job is the people who steal, you get to learn their backgrounds working here. I learned how to move quicker and faster working in this industry. A typical day at work is serving 400+ people and try not getting sick.
Kitchen Cook (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 24 January 2019
I have learned from working at 7-Eleven that when the SM books you a day off 9/10 times you are getting called in to cover someone else's shift but when you need a day off or unable to come in due to being sick you still have to come in regardless. your shifts are never the same through the week you could be on days for a couple of days and them you are bounced to working afternoons then to nights never any consistency.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 23 January 2019
As a customer service, giving a good and great service to customer make them happy and giving back an appreciation To you is make your work happy and easy.This place is a food service place, everything is clean and make sure every Food to serve is clean and healthy. Learning is open, promotion open to all who are willing to join the manangnent
Field Consultant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 19 January 2019
I worked for six years for the company and can only say that it was some of the best times of my life. Yes, the work can be challenging at times, and not everyone is amazing, but those events and people are exceptions, not the rule.
The company culture is inclusive; the potential for advancement is truly Preperation + Opportunity = Reward. If you are a high potential individual with a desire to be a top performer, this company will be a good fit.
High energy, great people, ever-changing work environment keeps things interesting
Need to avoid the trap of working longer instead of working with and through others
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Thorold, ON – 14 January 2019
You will get the hours you are looking for, at minimum wage in the province. The management however is severely unorganized and the owner is less open to flexibility when it comes to suggestions for improvement or growth within the company. So you will have the job security, but there is little to none room for advancement and you will need to be prepared to be called in at the convenience of the senior staff that doesn't feel like going to work. Other than that great place to work!
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Leamington, ON – 12 January 2019
You start off at minimum wage working here, but then after a few months, you get a raise, you also get another raise after each new year. There are also benefits offered here as long as you are full-time.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Fort Saskatchewan, AB – 24 December 2018
The best part was the customers, the worst part was also the customers. Being adjacent to 5 bars and working pure night shifts was challenging. Overall management worked really hard for us and kept us working, coworkers were friendly and the environment was nice. The field consultant though... couldn't find any logic in why she even had her job position...
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 December 2018
Nice place to work for beginner. Maximum customer was regular, and become our friends. As a customer assistant I used to help them, but those customer used to help us too, cause they were very cordial and respectful to us.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Saskatchewan, AB – 11 December 2018
Upper management change many times each market manager had drifferent ideas causing many change over of lay out of the store .making it hard to maintain a proper level of inventory . I learned to be able to make fast changes to met the demands . Keep a positive atmosphere for all staff continue to train and moving train staff to become managers . Learning to met complaints and solving in very short period of time. Having a great Custmers many repeats was one of the most enjoyable part of the days . Be able to run and control all aspect of store to met the demands was a big learning . To keep happy staff keeps turn over very low .
To much extra hours worked above the regular duties at no extra pay, or bonus.
Shift Leader (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 10 December 2018
I love a fast-paced environment where I can have a collaborative relationship with the people around me and develop my skill set by learning from other members of the team. Although I do my best work on my own in a quiet atmosphere, I really enjoy grabbing coffee with team members in my spare time and running through ideas together. I have enjoyed with time management and work accuracy over there.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 3 December 2018
Every day was a new day with inventory management, ordering, customer relation, daily cleaning maintenance, staff management and scheduling. Hardest part pf the job is learning the amount of dishonest people that will steal.