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being payed every week
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Henderson, KY June 27, 2018
Got hired on pretty easy. The boss lady was nice and worked with me on my schedule because of my kids. She worked with me a lot actually. but there is drama and others that play around talking about each other. Ignore and keep working. I kept a set schedule most of the time. I worked third shift so it was harder and working another job. no longer employeed cause i didnt get enough sleep.
check every week
my shift wasnt busy
Productive and fun work place.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN March 14, 2018
Very fun and laid bacl place to work. Very fast paced. The manager was one of the best managers ive ever had. All my coworkers were very awesome people.
Very nice place to work
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Princeton, IN December 3, 2017
The fast pace gets you going, customers very friendly it's like a family one on one names; very friendly staff to work with,I'd recommend this job to any single person and someone looking for extra money for a second job.
Management is there when you need to call upon them.......
No set breaks you take a break when you get a chance.
Fun Place to work when all of the team is present
Customer Service Advocate (Current Employee) – Londonderry, NH November 17, 2017
Fun atmosphere, consistent job tasks daily, benefits are good. There should be an attendance policy for employees as it is habitual that the same employees weekly choose not to come into work this effecting the team as a whole.
Fun workplace, great employees, and bad management.
Noble romans employee (Former Employee) – Vincennes, IN August 17, 2017
I loved working there for the most part. I got paid weekly and loved all the employees there. Only problem was that the management there sucked at their jobs.
Employee drinks, employee discount on the food, and fun workplace
Bad management and you have to work around other peoples schedules
Not a good experience
Manager in Training (Former Employee) – Boonville, IN August 17, 2017
I thought this would be an interesting and fun job. The second week I was there, the Manger had a full blown meltdown on me in front of other staff, just because I was asking questions pertaining to my job. I knew right then and there, I was done. Very unprofessional. I made it another week and thankfully got another job offer and I left with no notice.
Customers were nice
Management seems pretty bad across the board, don't be fooled at the interview stage
Unfortunate I had to leave
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Oakland City, IN June 9, 2017
My day was fairly simple, and well scheduled. I knew exactly what I was supposed to do and when to do it. Training was thorough and complete, and the manager really made sure that you understood what you were doing before she left you to do it.Most of the work here was more of the same that I had been doing, but it was enjoyable and tested my memory.Most of my coworkers were catty and condescending, unfortunately. My part of the job, taking care of the store through the entire overnight shift, was the hardest part of my job, but it was still easy.I loved working with the customers.
Half price sandwiches and personal pizzas!, free sodas!
No other discounts.
Liked working with the public.
Lead Cashier (Former Employee) – Oakland City, IN February 9, 2017
I like working with the public and this is why I took the job. I felt that there was favoritism between the employees and that it was not being handled the way it should have.
nice place to work before my accident
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – boonville,in January 17, 2017
overall a nice place. after my accident when i returned i had trouble adjusting again. the customers were super and my coworkers were nice. management was so-so. i asked for no more than 24hrs at first and my first week was scheduled for 48.
no breaks, too much accounting work
Very productive work place alot fun
Cashier/Associate Trainer (Former Employee) – Henderson ky December 23, 2016
Learned how to manage more employees as well as scheduling,Chnaging gas prices an also learning how to order stick for the store .It was a great place to work.
Co workers were the best thing about working here
Cashier (Former Employee) – Dale, IN November 29, 2016
It just wasn't the type of job for me. I didn't like standing the whole shift., manager was horrible. Its been 4 years since I have worked there so I don't know how it is now. Just doing the review because I have to
I loved it at first
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Henderson, KY October 16, 2014
It was a wonderful job loved the customers and the employees but than I wasnt getting the pay I deserved for the work I was doing.
manger judged my home life
Productive and fun work environment
Cashier (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN November 21, 2013
fast pace work environmentworked as a teamHardest part was keeping competitive gas prices.
discount on drinks
no breaks, strict scheduling

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