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La Crosse, WI
10000+ employees
Company - Private
Convenience Stores & Truck Stops
$2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

Working at Kwik Trip

Midwesterners who need to make a quick trip to get gas or groceries, cigarettes or donuts, race on over to Kwik Trip stores. Kwik Trip operates more than 370 Kwik Trip and Kwik Star convenience stores throughout Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. The company also runs more than ... Read more

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Best Places to Work: 2018 (#64)

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Kwik Trip President and CEO Don Zietlow
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    I have been working at Kwik Trip part-time


    Very flexible company going in the right direction. Pay is great and the company really cares about its employees.


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    Assistant Store Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dubuque, IA
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Kwik Trip (Dubuque, IA) in March 2018.


    I received an email from a recruiter, and raised some questions in the email I wrote in reply. The recruiter then called me to address my questions, and, following this informal discussion, I applied online. A few days after my application was submitted, I received a call from the recruiter to do a more official phone interview. I also received an email from him about benefits, job description, and dress code.

    After this phone interview, I was invited to participate in an in-store interview with the same recruiter. After accepting the invitation, I was sent an email link to gather my references. I had 24 hours to collect names and email addresses of a minimum of 5 people (3 current or previous bosses). The references, in turn, had to submit a short 2 minute survey about me.

    The in-person interview was approximately 2 hours long, and detailed past work experiences. All of the questions where situational questions (tell me about a time when...). The recruiter was fully transparent and let me know about the interview process and what they were looking for. I was told that if I was selected to continue, it would be a MINIMUM of 2 more in-person interviews. Keep in mind, this was my 2nd official interview already, and 3rd conversation with this same recruiter.

    I was told that I would receive notification either way whether I would be asked to continue the process. I did receive an email confirming that I had not been selected to continue. The recruiter told me during the interview that for every 21 people that apply, they only hire 1 person, so it's a pretty through and rigorous process. I was really disappointed because the recruiter really sold me on the company and I really enjoyed the interview process up to that point.

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