- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Sheetz full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
It's not a bad place to work.Cons
1. Weird shifts.
2. Constantly changing policys, which gets stressful & frustrating.
3. Hard to move up unless you're a suckup.
4. Having to work holidays.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Listen to your employees
should be closed for christmas at least
kitchen closed on holidays
less strict about policysRecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online – interviewed at Sheetz.Interview Details
Applied online - received a call a few days later to schedule an interview. Came in, was offered a free drink while I waited, manager came out shortly to see me. Interviewed one on one in the office, was very friendly and smooth. I was nervous since I was new to this, but she was nice and noticed as I relaxed. Conversation touched on some casual topics as well before the interview was over and I was told I'd get a call in a week if I had it. Just two days later I got my call back asking to schedule my drug test and other things to get me officially hired.Interview Questions
Accepted OfferAverage Interview
- Most questions are based on your work ethic, i.e. can you do overtime, how flexible is your schedule, what makes you want to work for us, what drives you, etc Answer Question
You might say Sheetz is to the convenience store business what Wal-Mart is to discount shopping. Noted for being exceptionally large (stores average 4,200 sq. ft., nearly twice the size of the average 7-Eleven, but new stores are as large as 5,000 sq. ft.), Sheetz stores sell groceries, fountain drinks, baked goods, and made-to-order sandwiches and salads, self-service car washes, as well as discount gas and cigarettes. The company operates more than 360 combination convenience stores and gas stations, mostly in Pennsylvania, but also in five other states (Maryland, North...