Office Manager (Former Employee) – Harker Heights, TX – June 5, 2017
Management was great they showed me how to do inventory and payroll. I also learned how to count deposits and do schedules. The hardest part of the job was dealing with customers who steal gas and merchandise. The best part of the job was being able to manage employees. A typical day was a learning one, I must say no day was the same.
I nade great money and was offered my own store at one time
Cashier (Current Employee) – North Little Rock, AR – June 6, 2017
Great place to work. But i want more... I dont feel safe. A bunch of crazies come into the store and i was told that i just have to deal with it. I witnessed my employee get physically attacked and when i asked what should we do in that situation i was told to smile and thank them and tell them to come back. I had a guy whom ive had a restraining order placed on come in and got written up for telling him to leave.
Store Attendant (Current Employee) – Lebanon, KY – June 1, 2017
Pay is low, but my manager is enjoyable. Some assistant managers are underqualified. Breaks are unlikely. Thirty minute lunch breaks are deducted from shift pay, but are not available to be taken. You may eat on the job, but are not given an actual lunch break, despite having your pay deducted as if you were taking one anyway.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Mena, AR – April 12, 2017
My experience with Murphy USA was very rewarding. I was able to take in a lot of personal self building skills, along with career skills as well. Management and how the managers handle their assistants and cashiers could defiantly seek improvement in my personal experience, but over all i enjoyed working for this company and made a lot of life long friends!
Assistant manager (Former Employee) – Charleston, IL – March 21, 2017
This was a filler position while waiting for better employment. At the time the district manager and store managers were not approachable, both wrapped up in their personal lives and problems instead of concerning themselves with the business. Both have been replaced since.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Gaylord, MI – March 13, 2017
First off, 8 hours on your feet with little to no breaks. No recognition for going above and beyond. Management leaving belittling notes almost daily. She is constantly creating new rules and then breaks them herself. Hardest part of the job is being mostly by yourself. Overlap of an hour to get cleaning and cooler done is not enough. Most enjoyable part is days off. Management is very poor.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Oneida, TN – February 16, 2017
Typical Day involved customer service, maintaining store image, verifying age for tobacco purchases, stocking, maintaining pump service. The management was very involved with day to day operations. The environment was very friendly and fast paced.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Greenville, AL – January 30, 2017
Murpheys is a ok place to work. Not really recommended. You have to work out in the cold and in the rain to stock the coolers and the chips, You have to stock the cigerettes and and pray someone does not steal your gas or other things while you are in the back trying to stock before you leave your shift.
I enjoyed the people I worked with.
not enough hours at the time I had to travel to and from job.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Danville, VA – January 15, 2017
I really enjoy my job I love working with the public its a positive work environment everyone is friendly I have a good day everyday I work I also enjoy helping customers and making them happy my number one priority
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Wichita Falls, TX – December 30, 2016
Management always friendly and flexible with scheduling. Everyone worked together as a team. Always able to rely on everyone to do their job and things be ready for you to go straight to work when you came in for your shift. Sometimes stressful, due to small store size and business busy during a shift change.
Frequent raises and they have a school refund program