Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Sibley, I – July 29, 2016
I do have many problems while working for Casey's. I never got paid on time, the managers were very unhelpful and we were constantly getting new ones. Most of my co-workers were very enjoyable to work with though. Although they were constantly leaving. Another big problem is the schedule, they'll schedule you for Friday on Thursday. They never expect you to actually have a life outside of work. It gets really old and its hard to continue with that.
free drinks, pretty easy work, nice co-workers
scheduling, never get checks on time, long shifts with no breaks, some rude customers
Cashier (Former Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – July 26, 2016
Caseys is a place where you deal with every kind of person whether it's dealing with a customer or an employee, It gives you the chance to see where you want to be in life whether you want to own your own Caseys or reach for other goals outside of Caseys
The Steve/Store Employee (Former Employee) – Minden, IA – July 25, 2016
I worked for Casey's for 4 years before moving away. During my time with Casey’s I had many oppertunities for advancement and training. I loved the focus on the customer and the clear standards and expectations set forth by Casey's. I would strongly recommend Casey’s as a college job or a first job out of high school.
Cook and Cashier (Former Employee) – Paris, IL 61944 – July 20, 2016
Casey's was great to work for. The team you work with is wonderful. Everyone is nice and helpful and things seem to run smoothly. The thing is, Casey's struggles with keeping management and team members. Thus, schedules and that kind of thing get extremely chaotic when there are 30 people trying to pick up all the slack.
cook/ kitchen specialist (Former Employee) – Lincoln, NE – July 19, 2016
I would review this place as the worst of all places to work at. Management doesn't know what she is doing. treats co-workers like dirt especially me. she favoritizes the people she wants to. the most enjoyable part of the job was the sub side.
Cashier (Former Employee) – DeSoto, IA – July 14, 2016
A very standard job. Work at the register or in the kitchen. People were friendly and coworkers were friendly. Was impossible to work here and go to school because they did not work around my school schedule. I enjoyed working with the people though.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Gallatin, MO – July 11, 2016
Mostly everyone in the store is smiling, and will greet you but some do not smile or anything when you walk in. Sometimes they'll be chit chatting with customers. Don't get me wrong because I know some employees work their butts off. It's not the fastest gas station i've been to, but it works well for a small town.
Donut Maker (Former Employee) – Albion, IA – July 8, 2016
The right people in the right store makes all the difference; thought when I first started everything was challenging. A new store with new people who were all on edge over their new manager that can be a lot for anyone, but after getting to know your regulars and coworkers everything was great.
Store Employee (Current Employee) – Sandoval, IL – July 6, 2016
It is fast paced which I enjoy, and you get to know a lot about the individuals within the community. I've learned a lot about the technological aspects of the cashier and pump systems which were interesting. I mainly work in the kitchen which is wonderful.
Cook (Former Employee) – Portageville, MO – July 6, 2016
Casey's General Store was a very friendly work environment, everyone was nice. A typical day insisted on cooking pizzas, taking orders, and cleaning up the kitchen. I learned how to make dough and work with others.