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Manager/Operator/Office Manager (Current Employee), Bayside, NYJuly 26, 2014
I loved my job at Cumberland Farms and they only reason I am not there anymore is because they closed this particular site down. My day began at 7am ended at 4 or 5pm and during the course of the day I interacted with employees, customers, vendors & contractors. I enjoyed my job there, it was fun but when it came down to doing business I never had to – more... worry that things would not get done. We all worked as a team and where very successful in catering to the public. – less
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Terrible Management at the store I worked in.
Sales Associate (Former Employee), York, MEJuly 21, 2014
The management was very rude and unprofessional at the Cumberland Farms in York, ME. This is the reason as to why I terminated my employment with the company.
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LOVED WORKING 3RD SHIFT
CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSOCIATE (Former Employee), Hunter, NYJuly 14, 2014
I LOVED WORKING 3RD SHIFT. I ENJOYED THE MANAGER & ASSISTANT MANAGER.
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Customer Service can be good or bad, either way--You Smile!
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Quaker Road, Queensbury, NY 12804July 1, 2014
Pros: learned how towork in fast-paced environment.
Cons: pt-time employment, few raises, no healthcare.
Learned how to smile under pressure and deal with sometimes difficult customers.
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Great place and wonderful atomsphere
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), West WarwickJune 18, 2014
At Cumberland farms I would clean the store and help the customers with there purchases. The team there is great and the hardest thing about working there is making sure that the coffee and all the stuff is ready for the customers.
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Cumberland Farms was a fantastic place to work. The job was always fun and kept me on my toes and the staff was always supportive.
ASSTANT STORE MANAGER (Former Employee), Manahawkin, NJMay 31, 2014
Pros: creating my own schedule, plenty of hours, small staff, deciding which projects to do on which days.
Cons: no scheduled breaks, sometimes working 10+ hour shifts.
In a typical day at Cumberland, I would make coffee, stock shelves, run a register, sell and stock lottery tickets, order product for the store, count money from the previous days drops and deposit the money at the bank. I was also in charge of creating a weekly schedule and fully maintaining the stock and organization of the walk-in cooler. I learned – more... everything I know about management and being a good employee here. The managers I had were the best I've ever had on a job and they went above and beyond not only to ensure customer satisfaction but to ensure that the staff was happy and learning as much as possible to make the job easier and more enjoyable. I am still in touch with the two managers I had while working at Cumberland and know I can turn to them for help in any area of my life in the future. My co-workers were also great. Like in every job, there were exceptional workers and okay workers, but everyone was committed to ensuring customer satisfaction and making life easier for the people taking over for them at the end of their shift. I would say the hardest part of my job was time management. Some days I would have 8-10 projects that needed to be completed during a shift (anywhere from 6-10 hours a shift). Some projects took longer than others and the hardest part was focusing on which tasks would take longer and pacing myself through the day. The longer I worked in my assistant manager position, the easier it became. The most enjoyable part of my day was working with my regular customers who came in every day. building a rapport with them made the job that much more fun for me. – less
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A normal gas station job
Gas Attendant (Former Employee), Wayne, NJMay 30, 2014
I pump gas at this company. I did enjoy this job because of the tips I was receiving throughout my shift. During the winter i thought I was going to freeze standing outside, but actually they made sure to give me a work jump suite and a coat to keep me warm during the cold days of working and free hot coco.
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Great company
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Bellingham, MAMay 28, 2014
Open store, Train employees, customer service, bookkeeping. Learned how to fix all kinds of machines. Management was great. Worst was unloading trucks in the cold and no heat in building in the spring. Meeting people from all over the world was great. meeting all the great customers.
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decent learning experience
Customer Service Associate/Cashier (Former Employee), Torrington, CTMay 27, 2014
Pros: free chill zone sodas and coffees while on clock
Cons: no advancement oppurtunity
There was a lot of learning involved as a first job i think i got a feel for a little of everything needed to be done on the job. The customers were mainly regulars. SO you really got to know them. I worked in a 24 hr gas station which could get a little difficult at times especially when employees regularly called out. It was a very big hassle being – more... a replacement or for management to find replacements. The pay was decent for first starting off i was making 50 cents more than minimum wage per hour. When you worked the third shift it was a dollar more an hour between midnight and 5 am. IF you were somebody who worked and showed up the hours per week were fair. – less
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Great place to work
Store Manager (Former Employee), Worcester, MAMay 20, 2014
Pros: hours
Learned all there was to know about retail work and merchandising.
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Fun workpalce
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee), Fairfield, CTMay 15, 2014
Pros: free soda, coffee
Cons: no breaks
Friendly staff, I've learned to be very patient because every customer is different. The hardest part of the job is standing for eight hours without a break.
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had a great time being the assistant Manager
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Ashburnham, MAMay 9, 2014
Pros: we got free soda from the soda stream
Cons: dont like how i was treated and make to do a job i didnt want to
I enjoyed the store I worked for and the employees. however I didn't like the district manager. he said to me I could not stay a assistant manager he anted me to go through manager in training. I didn't wasn't to due to what I have read and the responsibility's that you have. but he made me do it or I would loose me job, I didn't think that was very – more... far! The most enjoyable part of my job was working with my customers. they were funny! – less
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Great place to work
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Southampton, MAMay 7, 2014
Pros: treated great, equally
Cons: pay card
I would wait on customers, check in venders as well as the returns. I cleaned inside and out. Cleaned up gas spills as well as check the underground tanks for water and level. Management was great, taught me how to use popular device to check in venders as well as training on paperwork. My coworkers were nice and did their jobs with no problems. The – more... hardest part of my job at the time was stocking the cooler, and the most enjoyable part of this job was my coworkers and the customers. – less
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over all a good place to work
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Northfield, VTApril 25, 2014
Pros: flexabilty
Cons: no set breaks
would work nights
get to work on time
had fun with co workers off the clock
Learned how to run a cash register
learning about lottery
enjoyed meeting customers and seeing regulars come in.
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Transportation Dispatch Coordinator (Former Employee), Canton, MAApril 15, 2014
Pros: love working for cumberland farms
Cons: set in old procedures.
The ever changing operational procedures, making full completion of duties a challenge.
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great first job no more
CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSOCIATE (Current Employee), Sabattus, MEMarch 27, 2014
Pros: close to my home no trasportation required
Cons: low income not enought to even pay the bills... barely can cover my rent expainces
I joined this job because i needed to start some where after relocating to the US to get a better communication skills, gain some references and help supporting my self tell i get a better opportunity.
How ever i don't think this job can lead to any successful career or have any real benefits to keep me interested in it
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fast pace differnt things to do
Cashier (Former Employee), Leominster, MAMarch 24, 2014
learned lottery multitasking, food services, tabacco products customer service, i worked with great people and the mgr was great really chiped in when it got busy. hardest part was when it was bust and there waasnt enough people working. i enjoyed the customers and coworkers.
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Fast pace customer service job
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Shelton, CTMarch 18, 2014
Pros: unlimited coffee and drinks
Cons: no breaks
A lot of contact with people, shifts varying from 3pm to 2am. 24 hour store. The customers were great. Management was ok. Other employees were all pleasant
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productive place to work
Customer Service Shift Leader (Former Employee), schenectady new yorkMarch 17, 2014
Pros: lots of communication
cumberland farms was a great job to have ive learned alot about customer service and how to manage a crew. hours were perfect. i opened the store and closed it. did the banking made schedules assisted the manager
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Understaffed, with somewhat sexist tendencies
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Fairhaven, MAMarch 16, 2014
Worked there for over a decade and advanced into management after 9 yrs in a fast 6 weeks. Was given a store to manage that wasn't stable with an assistant manager and employees who were taught to not ring in products to compensate if draw was short. When I informed my supervisor no action was taken. After running the store for 6 months, I had learned – more... they had put someone in the manager training program who had no previous customer service experience and offered them over a dollar more for salary. I find a company who dosen't have the intergrity to compensate employees accordingly for their skill set doesn't deserve a loyal, hardworking employee. – less

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