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57 English questions out of 57

April 8, 2022

What is paid time off like at Sheetz?

Pros

tuition reimbursement, good pay, flexible hours, paid time off.

Cons

horrible managers, employees not welcoming, toxic work environment, favoritism Managers acted like high schoolers. There was always drama and somehow they were always involved in it. They talked about people behind their backs and any time someone new would come in they didn't make any effort to talk to them or get to know them. I can't tell you how many times managers have come to me, a regular sales person, and talked bad about another employee and looked for ways to get them in trouble over seemingly mindless things. I wasn't even close with these managers for them to be talking to me about someone else like that. They would even make fun of former employees. They would go on their Facebook and make fun of them with their employees. Who does that? And why are these people in charge? I got in trouble for saying I didn't like working there and when I was asked why I didn't like working there, I was honest and said I don't like the work environment and even though I had been there for a few years I didn't feel like people liked me. I had never done anything to these people and was always friendly but they always had something to say. They even went as far as making up something I said. My manager basically told me I need to handle the situation myself and talk to them rather than stepping in and addressing the real issue.

Advice to Management

Listen to your employees concerns. Actually treat them like people. You complain no one wants to work but treat the new people like they are stupid and don't give them a chance to prove themselves.

tuition reimbursement, good pay, flexible hours, paid time off.

April 8, 2022

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March 27, 2021

Does Sheetz offer massages?

Pros

Free drinks and great employee discount

Cons

Supervisors who don't want to train.

Free drinks and great employee discount

March 27, 2021

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February 18, 2020

Does Sheetz offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Excellent benefits package, great corporate / upper management involement

Cons

What you could expect from retail environment, bad hire-ons, high turn-over rates

Excellent benefits package, great corporate / upper management involement

February 18, 2020

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July 15, 2021

Does Sheetz offer dental insurance?

Pros

The pay is good. The medical, dental, vision, insurance is also good. Plus its nice getting a bonus every 3 months.

Cons

Work life balance isn't really there. You never get holidays off.

Advice to Management

Make work life balance more important and allow for schedule flexibility.

The medical, dental, vision, insurance is also good.

July 15, 2021

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September 8, 2020

Does Sheetz offer family leave?

Pros

Good Pay Health Insurance ($100 - $240/month, good coverage) Guaranteed Hours Other benefits (adoption assistance, paid maternity leave, tuition reimbursement, etc)

Cons

Sheetz policy makes it near impossible to fire even the worst employees. Personally I would rather have those worker protections and have them abused by a few crappy people than to not have those protections at all for the rest of us, but it does suck to walk in and realize you're working with That Coworker (or see them on the schedule and think, oh joy, so she's going to call out and we'll be understaffed again!). Any location can have bad employees, but Sheetz just makes it really hard to fire them so they stick around. But if you're a good worker, it is nice to know you have that job protection and can't just be fired for no reason.

Advice to Management

The Garner location is struggling with a understaffing and a few bad employees that we can't get rid of, but we love our managers so much. Y'all work so hard and are so friendly, caring, and understanding. It makes all the difference. I've worked a lot of places that spout nonsense about "we're a family here;" this is one of the two places I've ever been where I felt that was true. Thank you for doing your best!!!

Other benefits (adoption assistance, paid maternity leave, tuition reimbursement, etc)

September 8, 2020

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