Billing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Fond du Lac, WI – July 16, 2016
overall nice place to work has great benefits very understanding and willing to work with you hardest part of job is getting customers to understand that there are not any more promos to offer and we cant always extend there due date
Northwest Area Sales Manager (Former Employee) – WA – July 16, 2016
In my OPINION:
Leadership positions within the company are underpaid. This is done by misrepresenting actual job duties vs job title. Upper management seems clueless and do not have ethics or integrity. The majority of employees have virtually no urgency, poor customer service and very poor co worker relations outside of their particular dept. The larger this company becomes the more incompetent they will become. This is not a company for anyone seeking a long term career with upward mobility regardless of what you are told. Beware to anyone seeking a leadership position, this is a company that welcomes laziness, incompetence and stupidity and it is extremely difficult to terminate the most ineffective of employee.
Working at Kwik Trip is a great experience. You're always helping people in a fast paced environment. There's always things to do, whether it's assisting customers, stocking the store or cleaning the premises. You're never bored working there.
Retention Rep - Customer Support (Current Employee) – Billings, MT – July 10, 2016
I work to save customers. I educate customers on the features and benefits of their services and help them to lower their bill. The hardest part of the job is trying to help someone when they don't understand the quality of the product. I love my coworkers!! Best part of the day is helping those customers that feel lost and stuck. Knowing the they have options makes it so much better for them.
Inbound Tech Support (Former Employee) – Billings, MT – July 7, 2016
Due to the nature of the management group. I find that it was more stressful working at this job more then anything. I enjoy talking to my co-workers and also talking to my clients. but It felt as if I overstay my welcome. I was making good money. I was doing a very good job. I do not want to write anything bad.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – July 7, 2016
The day flies by as this is an incredibly busy call center. Co-workers are fun and understand the stress that we were all under. Typical day is very busy with little or no interruptions from management.
Maintenance Coordinator (Current Employee) – Worcester, MA – July 4, 2016
A day at work consists of going through maintenance tickets to see what needs repair, adjusting or attention to. I work closely with internal and external customers. The management team is very helpful and approachable with any concerns or ideas. The best part of the job is I have a fair amount of freedom to solve, conduct and create any type of project, idea or issue.
Broadband Installer Technician (Former Employee) – Overland, MO – July 4, 2016
a typical day is getting to your first job once you clocked in from your mobile device they give you, either if you took a vehicle home or start at the shop. you'll have to get to your job on time. its a time frame job. so you'll get a set number of jobs each day you work. and depending on work load for that day you might have to take some extra jobs. so that means overtime. plenty of overtime to go around. management really cares, because its their responsibility to make sure you do your job correctly and safely. the best part of the job is interacting with people and being outside, going around different places. also, problem solving is fun and makes the job fulfilling when done the right way. I would come back for sure.
management, teammates, take home vehicle, overtime, pay, experience, satisfying work