Love's Country Stores Jobs & Careers

Hiring? Post a Job

Show:  All Results Last 7 Days
5 days ago

General Manager Job Fair

Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores Albuquerque, NM

Do you have experience managing high volume operations in Retail, Restaurants, Travel Stop or Convenience, Big Box, Grocery, or Department Store? Do… Jobs2Careers


22 hrs ago

Assistant Retail Manager Job Fair – new

Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores Oklahoma City, OK +5 locations

Do you have experience managing high volume operations in Retail, Restaurants, Travel Stop or Convenience, Big Box, Grocery, or Department Store? Do… Jobs2Careers


25 days ago

Tire Shop Manager - Facility Manager

Loves Travel Stops&Country Store Knightstown, IN +7 locations

Do you want to Fuel your Career?Do you have experience in Service Center, Tire Shop, or Facilities Maintenance management? Do you have a proven track… Jobs2Careers


30+ days ago

General Manager Trainee

Loves Travel Stops&Country Store Norton, KS

Do you want to Fuel Your Career ?Do you have experience managing high volume operations in Retail, Restaurants, Travel Stop or Convenience, Big Box… Jobs2Careers


5 days ago

District Manager Job Fair

Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores Albuquerque, NM

Do you have experience managing high volume operations in Retail, Restaurants, Travel Stop or Convenience, Big Box, Grocery, or Department Store? Do… Jobs2Careers


30+ days ago

Retail Shift Leader

Loves Travel Stops&Country Store Shelby, IA

include maintaining a safe environment for the store, completing required paperwork… Jobs2Careers


30+ days ago

Restaurant Manager - Assistant Manager

Loves Travel Stops & Country Store Marshall, MI +3 locations

Do you want to “Fuel Your Career”? Do you have experience in Quick Service, Fast Food, or Full Service Restaurant management? Do you have a proven… Jobs2Careers


2 days ago

Diesel Technician Career Fair - Ft. – new

Loves Travel Stops&Country Store Fort Myers, FL

Since 1964, Love’s has been known for“Clean Places, Friendly Faces,” and we have grown to who we are today because of retail employees like you… Jobs2Careers


9 days ago

Management Career Fair

Loves Travel Stops&Country Store Oklahoma City, OK +2 locations

Do you want to Fuel Your Career ?Do you have experience managing high volume operations in Retail, Restaurants, Travel Stop or Convenience, Big Box… Jobs2Careers


30+ days ago

Subway/Chester's Restaurant Cashier

Loves Travel Stops & Country Store Laredo, TX

include maintaining a safe environment for the restaurant, making and maintaining food products in accordance with health regulations and company… Jobs2Careers


Love's Country Stores Reviews

78 Reviews
2.3
78 Reviews
Rating Trends

Recommend to a friend
Approve of CEO
(no image)
Tom Love
48 Ratings
  1. 3 people found this helpful  

    Managers don't lead at HQ, they threaten. Politics determine your eligibility for promotions or transfers.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Can't Say  in  Oklahoma City, OK
    Current Employee - Can't Say in Oklahoma City, OK

    I have been working at Love's Country Stores full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    The non-salaried employees are friendly and get along well. Even when speaking to employees in other departs in the on-site lunch room, people are friendly and will generally strike up conversations with one another. There are always exceptions though.

    HR is great for reporting harrassment. They have a nearly-zero tolerance policy. It's been abused a few times before, but generally HR is a good group.

    Cons

    Management uses threatening e-mails to an entire department when a new policy or procedure isn't being followed. The procedural changes are never delivered by e-mail nor by placing a company letter in your cublcle. The changes are always given verbally to certain employees and the employees are expected to pass it along. I can only imagine the problems it causes with departments that have 2 or 3 shifts. No leadership is evident, nor do I expect the '"good 'ol boy" network to resolve this.

    No way to climb the ladder or move to other departments unless you are 'politically friendly' to your boss.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Grow up and lead your employees. Quit treating them like you have no responsibility for your lack of action, or poor implmentation of your ideas. We want to make Love's better. Shouldn't you?

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO