Cashier (Former Employee) – Florence, SC – August 10, 2017
i would start around noon i worked at the register, i perfected in people skills had a lot of rude costumers but learned how to handle the situation my manager was great real friendly and made sure he explained and made sure i knew what i was doing the right and respectful way. The hardest part was making sure everything was ok before i left for home, cleaning my space making sure the money was counted the right way but other than that i pretty good at it. the best part about the job was that i got to meet a lot of new people.
Cashier and Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – July 9, 2017
I have been working at my job for eight years and I really enjoy it. I have learned very good and effective customer service skills. The most enjoyable part of my job is interacting with customers on a day-to-day bases. The hardest part of my job is not having enough time in the day to complete all tasks. I would love to have a raise at least $13.00 an hour.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Brandon, MS – April 26, 2017
This job is not for everyone. The store I was at had a high turnover. Management most of the time had no clue to what was going on at the store. Employees could get away with most things at this store and they shouldn't be able to.
Hours, Doing the Cooler, Over all Cleaning that nobody wanted to do
nice place to work mainly ran register but also would stock and clean learned how to run register and gas pumps had to work all three shifts which was not good but was all right with me for a while over a ok place
You always meet someone interesting at gas stations.
Cashier/Asst (Former Employee) – Gainesville, FL – March 14, 2017
a normal day would consist of running the cash register, on the weekends i would be responsible for starting the day and counting down the safe. i usually had rather younger employees/ co workers so training them was usually the most difficult part but they would pick things up quick.
Being a cashier at a convenience store opens ones eyes to multi-tasking and responsibilities.
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Johns Island, SC – February 11, 2017
I loved working here. When you work in a convenience store you are usually the only one working a shift or one of maybe two. As a cashier at Kangaroo (I imagine all convenience stores.), you have to run the register, run the pumps, check in merchandise, stock shelves, prepare ready to eat foods and do store clean up simultaneously. This sounds like an exaggeration but seriously you usually are doing at least four things at a time. When you figure out that you are capable of multi-tasking in this capacity you will find that it is exhilarating. Learning to multi-task is an invaluable skill to learn. This work was fast paced and exciting. The hardest part was having to deal with sketching individuals at night when working alone.
I enjoyed working with this company. Management was great in working with their employees and meeting special needs (if required) Customer inter action was great, fun and rewarding in the fact that I got great satisfaction from dealing with all people.
Fun, rewarding and great advancement opportunities
Store Associate (Former Employee) – Springlake, Nc – January 24, 2017
Amazing starter job. Fun & up beat.Gives you skills to be able to talk to people & tech experinces. The people that worked there were great to work with. They give you alot to do so you feel as if you are earning your money well.
I worked as an Assistant Manager the whole time i was pregnant with my middle child. They were constantly changing my shifts. The manager was a flake and was never around and left all his work for Myself and the other Asst Manager.