Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 13 April 2018
Learning new every day. learning how to deal with stressful situation. learning to do paperwork and become something more in life sometimes you cannot please people but you can find a way to make them satisfy them.
Cashier (Former Employee) – St. Paul, AB – 4 December 2017
typical day at work long hours and overtime sometimes, learned to work with stuff for legal aged people, how to put money away in a safe, to keep work area clean, hardest part of the job was to travel to school out of town and then back in time for work but now done school, the most enjoyable was restocking had to keep track dates on items and how much stock we had.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 3 December 2017
i had good hours, equlity, and was a busy place to work. however when i had requested to have a second person work with me overnight as i had my life threatened my boss told me that she would have another person hired and never followed through with it. I had decided to quit after that as i felt my security did not matter to my boss.
efficient and courteous customer service (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 14 November 2017
1) Had to fulfill duties of Assistant Manager, even being Sales Associate, without getting any recognization. 2) Manager always took credit for targets achieved by sales associates, rather than sharing credit with team 3) Had to work extra hours without pay 4) No safety at work, i) lack of safety tools ii) no employee security, even though it was an unfriendly area of the city
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Prince George, BC – 9 November 2017
Constantly have to stay longer than scheduled without pay, horrible management, customers are just as rude as coworkers. Often blamed by entire staff for how horrible the condition of the store is instead of picking up a broom to try and help out.
Assistance Store Manager (Former Employee) – Prince Albert, SK – 9 November 2017
It a great experience, I have enjoyed working there. I enjoy seeing my regulars and conversing with them to see how their day and week is going. I enjoy working with my employees they make the woke place and the work environment very stress free.
Store Clerk (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 5 November 2017
overall, it was not bad. I made some good friends, but the wage is low and the management could improve. one thing I like about working at 7 eleven is that I learned a lot about work ethic, and the importance of punctuality.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – 1 November 2017
711 is a great starting job and is a very fast paced community but the management doesnt really listen and its hard to get proper scheduling and proper notification if your shift changes but all in all fun place to start.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 30 October 2017
I wouldn't work there if I were you or until there's new management. The store is managed poorly, there is no communication between management and staff. I would never treat any of my employees the way I and others are treated from yelling to write ups for no reason. I've been in retail for 10 years + and I've never seen a store like this one. Very unprofessional. Apply with caution!!!!!! Eastview 7 eleven only.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Schleswig-Holstein – 25 October 2017
It was a good place to work. I had good staff who worked there with me which made long says more enjoyable. There's lots of room for advancement Learn many different aspects of the job Physically demanding Friendly atmosphere Helpful Management Incentive
Assistant Store Leader (Current Employee) – Alberta and British Columbia – 23 October 2017
- more challenging than it looks - Always something to do, never bored - Learned how to deal with difficult customers and meet customer demands - Management is sometimes challenging, but overall management is good at most locations - As with any job, there will always be the people that are difficult to handle but if you have the ability to leave issues at the door its quite enjoyable - Hardest part of the job is dealing with upset customers - Most enjoyable about the job is getting to know your 'regulars' and making connections every day
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 October 2017
An employee needs to meet minimum standards and work ethics to continue to be employed at Seven11. Employees are considered to be a part of the team that produce success and profit and more customers. They aptly call employees as sales associate.