7-Eleven – Richardson, TX
Manages ZLs calendar, including scheduling appointments and meetings. Coordinates all Zone meetings and travel, includi… ClickCast
7-Eleven – Phelps, NY
As a Store Manager, youll contribute to 7-Elevens success by leading a team to create and maintain an exceptional store experience for our guests… ClickCast
7-Eleven – Dallas, TX
and job evaluation process on all non-exempt and non-executive positions. Provide accurate review based on evaluations submitted by Manage… Ivy Exec
7-Eleven – Dallas, TX
Facilitate the coordination of IT General Controls and associated documentation maintenance with IT General Control Owners and Directors. Assist with… Ivy Exec
7-Eleven – Port Jefferson, NY
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7-Eleven – Syracuse, NY
Retail Store Manager We believe that to be effective leaders at 7-Eleven, we must think about the needs of our guests and our teams before we tend… 7-Eleven
I have been working at 7-Eleven part-time (More than 8 years)
If you enjoy a fast pace work environment and are a people person then 7-11 is good for you. The work is not hard to do, you just have to know how to manage your time and work well with your co-workers.
The stores are mostly all franchised, so the owner can pay whatever they want without giving any raises, vacation pay, holiday pay or personal days. They have a very poor training system. Most employees get thrown on the register the very first day they work without completing the computer training. You get written up over petty things. Often times you work alone and you are still required to get everything finished before you leave. They have a very high turn over rate. Most employees are young and don't care too much about their job so they are difficult to work with to accomplish everything required. When someone calls out of work, management expects you to drop everything and come to work immediately, if not it's "frowned on"
Advice to Management
Care about your employees and prove it by giving annual raises, offering vacation pay, or at least time and a half for working on holidays. Train your employees better before allowing them to work alone. Hire people who sincerely want a job and are willing to work hard.