Deli Associate (Former Employee) – Waller, TX – August 10, 2017
They pay well and the hours are decent but they don't give you anymore than a 10minute break and the one in walker strongly discourages the employees not converse with each other. If you are social and bubbly this job will not be for you.
Deli team lead (Former Employee) – Pearland, TX – December 7, 2017
great pay coworkers were very nice and helpful management was fair and distributed work evenly to all employees fast pace work environment was able to meet and interact with customers and built relationships with regulars
Shift Leader (Former Employee) – Texas – July 26, 2017
Busy. Stressful. Promise of advancement?????? Not enough break time. Pay was good. No benefits; insurance, 401K, sick time. Able to meet a lot of different people in unique situations. Very clean work environment. Very good dress code rules.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – New Braunfels, TX – March 31, 2017
While Buc-ee's was a good job for when I really needed the money, the work is strenuous and difficult. You only get a 5 minute break for a full 8-9 hour shift. There is no where to sit on your break, either. The work isn't necessarily hard in that it's difficult to learn or catch on, it is just very fast paced and you don't get any time to rest unless you use the restroom. To me, it wasn't worth such hard work. They do pay you $14 an hour for food service, but if you are looking for a long term job, I would not recommend this if you want to have a life, too.
Deli Attendant (Current Employee) – Surfside Bch, TX – November 22, 2016
Great paying job but management will not work with you. I am allergic to the dish sanitizer they use and they force me to use it every day. Refusing to change me to a different position. Bucees, also, does not allow their employees to take breaks. Employees are required to work a full 8 hours without a 15 min or lunch break.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Brazoria, TX – November 7, 2016
I worked there for 5 years. It was overall a great experience and I would highly recommend it to all.The typical day at work was taking care of customers and alot of restocking and cleaning. I loved my co workers and that was what was the hardest part about leaving. My manager was amazing and very lenient when need be yet stern as well to make sure the job got done. The most enjoyable part was the customers. They were amazing . The hardest part of the job was the holidays when there were 200 or more bags of ice to fill
Cashier (Former Employee) – Pearland, TX – August 30, 2016
Typical day: Easy great co-workers to get know. Tons of new people to meet everyday! Management: Poor, no regards to life outside of work. If you're late 3 times you're to be terminated, doesn't matter if flat tire or any emergency.
Warehouse/stocker (Former Employee) – Waller, TX – March 24, 2016
Well Bucees wanted you to work 8 hrs with only having 10 minutes to eat anything, they don't let you sit down. Bucees is very immature in their employees along with their managers, my faorite part of the job was when i was left alone to do my job. I would come to work and the line to clock in would be so long because we could only clock in 5 minutes before our shift so sometimes people would be late simply because there was too many peoplle to clock in within a 5 minute period. once i would clock in i would be left a mess by the previous warehouse employees to clean up after and they would slag behind and i would have to pick up the slack simply because I would have my work be checked out by a manager. The managers had their flirtatious behaviors with employees even seeing one another and dating eachother. Managers would allow certain people to get away with things that other people couldn't for a job that protest equality and all about the customers and clean bathrooms, the bathrooms were face clean never really cleaned right and with how expensive bucees is they build their buildings very cheap with tiles cracking and cement chipping. The hardest part of my job was getting up and geting there to just deal with the people.
free fountain drinks
short breaks, dramatic people, unprofessional practices all around, unrealistic
Working here sucks, plain and simple. Zero job security. Management is horrible.
It seems that this company wants to set their employees up to fail. So quick to fire for the smallest things such as being 1-minute late. You can only be late to work twice in six months. I could go on and on and on about how horrible a company Bucc-ees is but I have better things to do.
I would receive the products from each vender that came in that day and stock what was needed. I learned how to keep a good inventory as well as drive a forklift. I made some good friends and the management is just like everywhere else some good some bad.
Paid every friday, set hours.
No lunch break, no set days, didn't know work schedule until the week of
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Madisonville, TX – May 13, 2015
I love working at Buc-ees, I work the 6-2 morning shift and it works with my life balance very well. I have the rest of the day to do whatever I need to have done. I have gained more customer experience as well as money handling. I have been very familiar with customer service experience and money handling for 7 years.
Maintenance (Former Employee) – Madisonville, TX – May 12, 2015
I truly enjoyed working at a place customers loved to visit. My co-workers and managers are like family and encouraged me the whole time I was working and attending school. My managers was very understanding and was very flexible with my schedule so that I could be able to focus on school and get my full 40 hours and overtime when possible. I learned how to work under pressure, time management, increased my communication skills, how to be a better co-worker and leader, importance of quality over quantity, how to be a good manager, and how important great customer service is.