Shift Lead (Former Employee) – Barstow, CA – November 19, 2017
While working at flying J i enjoyed the people and helping the truckers with what they needed. PFJ is always great and the time I spent there was fun it taught me how to manage and be confident in myself and for others.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – November 14, 2017
Worked at Flying J for a very short amount of time was not trained properly and got in trouble for not being trained. And something that I just still cannot get over to this day is they do not make it mandatory for the cashiers upfront to wear gloves while handling the food.
Pilot (Former Employee) – Alorton, IL – November 1, 2017
not interested in discussing it, a registered offender was placed on my shifts and i was uncomfortable. my manager was afraid of the emplouyees and would refuse to discipline them. all kitchen workers that handle the food are on drugs and do not use safety procedures when cooking and preparing food
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Florida – October 26, 2017
No one there is happy.Non performers are allowed to continue underperforming with no consequences while those that perform well are expected to pick up the slack and questioned when they fall short of the expectation.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Moss Point, MS – October 25, 2017
It's an ever changing and fast paced environment. You have to interact with people from all walks of life. In addition to the general convenience store items, we sold hot foods, and showers. I enjoyed my time there.
Fast paced, your day goes by quickly.
Fast paced, can be stressful at times. There isn't always enough time in the day to get everything done.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – October 22, 2017
Cashing customers out and restocking coffee bar. I learned how to stock ciggarets and calling back food when it ran out. The managment was decent depending on what shift you worked. Hardest part of the job was not having what a customer needed/asked for.
Anna Texas Customer Service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Anna, TX – October 20, 2017
I left to work at Walmart for more money.I was the night manager for 2 and half years and after that was asked to open up a Pizza Hut new concept location in the store.The most enjoyable part of the job was the employees I trained and worked with,
Cashier (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – October 18, 2017
Your day can go many different ways. Depending on who shows up for work or if they even show up for work. Management goes in all directions depending on what the current crises is. As for the customers you have the good ones that makes up for the rude ones. Management does not offer much encouragement on assisting with advancement of your job.
If you know your job you are left alone to do it. No micro managing
Shift Leader and Cashier (Current Employee) – Fairview, TN – October 16, 2017
Flying J is a decent place to work. It can get stressful at times but they try to help you out as much as they can. On 3rd shift you gotta deal with a little more. If your favorite thing to do is clean and like being friendly to guest then 3rd shift at Fairview is the place too be.
General Manager | Pilot (Former Employee) – Georgia – September 11, 2017
I loved the people i worked with and the professional drivers I met each and every day. That was the best part about the job; you felt like you were part of something bigger. We kept the trucks moving and helped the professional driver feel at home.
Staff Accountant (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – September 9, 2017
Good company that I first started working for before I moved back to my hometown. Growing company that was working on updating systems and processes. After I left, my manager was fired and the department prospered because of it.