Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Purcell, OK – April 22, 2016
I have learned a lot working at Loves. It is a job that you can move up if you work hard enough. A typical day at work you would come in and verify a drawer. you start making breakfast, maintain the store during the rushes. Every store gets mystery shopped twice a month. What you are judged on are the bathrooms, curb appeal, the fountain area, customer service, the restaurant and the overall experience.
Cahsier (Former Employee) – Ina, IL – August 24, 2015
a typical day at work would get their count your register, check your area front face, clean up, stock the cooler, and change the coffee. i learned about customer service. the management was great. coworkers where always in a good mood. hardest part was the rush days. the most enjoyablt part of the job is that i always liked going to work.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Tucumcari, NM – July 22, 2015
I enjoyed getting up for work and going in everyday. There was always something to do. My boss was very nice and understanding, critical when he needed to be. I loved my co-workers they were hard working and fun to be around. The hardest part of my job would probably have been cleaning the nasty toilets but it had to be done. The most enjoyable part of my job was the costumers, getting to see and meet new faces everyday was interesting and fun.
Get to meet all sorts of new people all of the time.
Gas Station Clerk (Former Employee) – Exit 107 for Morrilton, Ar – May 8, 2015
Loves is a great place to work if you enjoy seeing new faces. The customer is number one by far, within reason of, course. I always went to work knowing that I was going to have at least one customer who would make my day. There are the ones that are rude, but the best way to fight it would be with a bigger smile and by being as polite as possible to them. Most of the coworkers at Loves also are a pleasure to work with. My favorite part of working here was when the subway would get too busy and they would burn a few cookies...dibs.
Cashier (Former Employee) – mesa az – February 28, 2015
listened to music all day was busy during the holidays so was always on my feet the best part was the fast pace of the job. the hard part was finding clothes for the customers in the store because the store was big
Associate (Former Employee) – Altus, OK – February 22, 2015
I worked evening shift here usually with one to two other people. The customers and the close friendships I developed there are ones that I still hold to this day. The hardest part of the job may have been when a customer became angry over cost or quality of a product and having to resolve the issue in the best way. I learned a lot about being helpful and patient. I also learned more skills with inventory and ordering. I would have been up for an assistant management position had I not been moving back up to Michigan. I miss Loves to this day.
if your absolutely deserate to work, work here til you can find better
Shift Lead (Former Employee) – 8800 s polk st – February 10, 2015
unappreciative management, could care less about your life out side of work. will over work you and under pay you. majority of management sexually harasses the majority of the co-workers. not the best place to work or advance.
mechanic (Former Employee) – Bennett, CO – December 30, 2014
a typical day consisted of mainly doing tires, but i did do light mechanical work every now and again. the hardest part was working for a gas station, i would like to work some where, where the trucks set in the bay for a couple days for big jobs.
A typical day at LOVES was everyday full of energy. I learned that good customer service is needed at all times. My co-workers there were awesome! We were the definition of TEAMWORK! The harderst part of the job there was leaving. The most enjoyable part of the job there was making history. I was the first shift-leader to ever be chosen to help open a new store....AWESOME experience!
Travel Stop Clerk (Former Employee) – Barstow, CA – September 20, 2013
A day at work consisted of all the normalities of maintaining a Travel Stop. General Cleaning and Laundering, Shower Cleaning, Cash Exchanges, Fuel Purchases, Check Exchanges, Credit Exchanges, Alcohol and Tobacco Sales. Management was management. Co-Workers were friendly and understanding. I learned how to tell which fuel tank is represented by which color.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Shepherdsville, KY – July 31, 2013
Typical day at work is rush rush rush. You are busy with tasks that need to be completed before the end of shift and handling customers, not for people who are not thick skinned. Hardest thing is you can be by yourself at times, enjoyable the work you get done.