Cashier (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 7 June 2018
I was totally unknown about Canadian job system at this time . I was recently landed in Calgary and had an opportunity to work at this company. I had pretty tough time at that period as i have limited English and was completely unknown about the technology that were used at the station, but eventually things started getting easier as my training went on
Gas Attendant/ / Customer Support / Cashier (Former Employee) – Casselman, ON – 30 May 2018
a topical day at petro Canada would include full service gas and diesel for cars and commercial trucks checking engine oil washing there windshields and taking payment wither it be debit cash or credit i would balance cash clean kiosk and stock product when not busy at end of my shift would close cash and if it was night shift would close store. Hardest part of job was working the night job and being a mother of four young children who need me in the day when i would be sleeping for next shift i learned that being a gas attendant is not as easy as it looks and threes a lot to the job.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 23 May 2018
Each day brought a new experience, some good and some not so good, I learned how to deal with people who didn't speak english and each day brough something new to learn. In my perspective the hardest part of the job was training new employees when i wasn't properly trained myself. teaching without knowing everything i needed was difficult because there are specific things in the workplace that only a manager would be able to teach properly. I really enjoyed the community and majority of the costumers, I enjoyed the new friendships I made and the familiar faces i got to see. , The manager was fairly disrespectful and unfair towards co-workers. The store Owner was a very kind man, just needed better management.
GSA (Former Employee) – Dartmouth, NS – 22 May 2018
started working there in 2014 and loved it. It was a great environment with the staff and friendly customers, I never encountered problems working there until new management came in 2017 and fired nearly everyone. My shifts were changed and hours cut from 40 hours a week to 18 hours without consulting me if I would be willing to work less hours. I was never informed on changes in the store, like when they changed the location of the store bags or cleaning supplies. Co-workers gossiped far too much about each other. Eventually it got to the point where it felt like I was bullied by management until they ultimately fired me without a good cause, while other workers got away with doing whatever they pleased.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 1 May 2018
i enjoy to do work here i meet lot of people their and make new friends. i have learn lot things here such as how to treat with customers and also learn communication skills. the management is good they manage all things in better way they keep track of things and goods which is expiry or keep price up to date. My coworkers have friendly behavior and teaching nature they always teach when i got stuck and when i need help from them. the hardest part is when i have to deduct the points and do rest of the transaction on cash or card this one i found hardest for me because we have to calculate the amount and we have to do it quickly because there is huge line of customers so we have to serve them fast. Most enjoyable part is when we have to find expire products and when we have to do filling that is most enjoyable part for me
Gas Station Attendant (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 27 April 2018
● Provided prompt, efficient, and courteous service to customers ● Promoted points cards, fuel-savings cards, snacks and food items ● Worked in a fast-paced environment on a gas station with 18 pumps and carwash ● Arranged merchandise, stocked shelves and ensured clean maintenance of the store