Compare Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores vs Stephanie's Discount Depot BETA

See how Stephanie's Discount Depot vs. Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
3.2
(based on 676 reviews)
1.6
(based on 2 reviews)
Career Opportunities
3.2
1.0
Compensation & Benefits
3.4
1.9
Work-life balance
2.7
2.7
Senior Management
2.8
1.0
Culture & Values
3.2
1.6
CEO Approval
Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores Ceo Tom Love
83%Tom Love
Stephanie's Discount Depot placeholder CEO image
N/A0 Ratings
% Recommend to a friend
50%
N/A
Positive Business Outlook
49%
N/A

Salaries

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What Employees Say

Pros
"Great benefits"(in 48 reviews)
"Fast paced"(in 40 reviews)
There are no reviews matching this company.
Cons
"Upper management"(in 34 reviews)
"Long hours"(in 26 reviews)
Featured Review

Current Employee - Operationa Manager

I have been working at Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores full-time for less than a year

Pros

Great atmosphere and great pay!

Cons

None that I can think of

Advice to Management

Good job!

Former Employee - Operations Manager

I worked at Stephanie's Discount Depot full-time for less than a year

Pros

Stephanie's Discount Depot has the opportunity to be a standout in the Peoria area secondary retail market. They have a great retail location on a prime traffic corridor, and an established online... division. Their initial branding concept was fresh and if developed properly, could result in Stephanie's Discount Depot being an attraction, not only to the local community, but to outside visitors to the Peoria area as well.

Cons

There is no executive committee in this organization. All business decisions and planning are made by one person exclusively, without taking any direction from the executive staff. Sometimes, these... descisions are unknowingly detrimental to the long term growth of the organization. However, any attempt to comment on or direct decision making by the executive staff are met with a contemptive and defensive posture.

Advice to Management

The management of this organization needs to learn to take direction from their executive staff. When the executive staff has more experience and working knowledge of the industry than the C-Level... directorship, as well as a greater understanding of the local market; it pays to come together as an executive committee to make sound business descisions. Unfortunately, since that doesn't occur, this organization makes some of the worse business decisions I have seen in fourteen years of corporate consulting and executive management experience.

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