Cashiers are not able to be full time, and cannot receive benefits. Always work alone, low pay. No breaks. Hardest part of the job is getting in the cooler to stock the drinks. Best part is meeting the customers.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Liberty, TX – September 5, 2016
The manager made it clear when I asked if I worked there long enough if there was a chance of moving up The current embloyees are useless minus a few of them the manager is bipolar so be prepared to get yelled at for things other people did wrong even if you were off that day
The pay is on time
Manager is bipolar half the people there do not do their job
This is the absolute worst company to work for. I was hired as an assistant and the schedule is up and down so therefore you have no life. The management is lazy and you do their job while they sit in the office. Go to the upper management and it gets swept under the rug. I literally have pictures of the filth and mold on the icee Machines where they never clean them. I've never worked for such a horrible company.
Certified Training Manager (Former Employee) – Arkansas – August 29, 2016
Employed there for over 13 years. Started out being very good job. In my case ended up traveling and being away from home more than 50 percent of time. They paid very well. If not for all the traveling would still be there. Company has went through many changes in my time there. But would still say that it is one of the better convenience stores to work at. My time there extra layers of management were added. Constantly changing district managers. I had 8 in my time there. Good place to work as Management or cashier. Just stay away from being a training manager unless you want to travel extensively.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Lewisburg, TN – August 28, 2016
Pay is ok.but hours are not enough to add up to a decent size pay check. Favortisum is a huge problem at the lewisburg location. No breaks no lunches. One man show when you are there working.are repeativaly told to things that managment would never do. Used and abused
over crowded. things worn out or falling apart high turn over rate doors do not lock properly machines and coolers in disrepair homeless live by and made it hard to keep things clean run down location upper management never stopped by outdated cigarettes a hassle to use bathroom that was unable to lock to prevent occupancy of dirty homeless
this place is a rat hole and company doesn't or has not since I was let go ever upgraded anything
I learned a lot at Murphy Oil Corporation. My co-workers were very helpful and nice people. The hardest part of the job was the workload, almost all of 9 hr day shift was spent sitting and performing tasks. The most enjoyable part of the job was resolving problems, been good at what one does.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Whitehall, OH – August 12, 2016
The Whitehall, Ohio location is terrible! Management doesn't care about how many hours you can work. Signed up for part time, was scheduled full time every week. Management refused to let me have any holidays off, even when I said I couldn't work, because management wanted that holiday off. Management installed microphones and cameras and used them to listen in on employees...would receive a phone call about talking behind the register. The bathroom is outside and you have to walk around a dark building at night to get to it. Customers don't need a key for the restroom, so it is always trashed. People did illegal activity in the restroom. Toilet was clogged almost every day. One time, someone emptied a litter box into the toilet, I was on an 8 hour shift and was told to relieve myself in a bucket in the supply closet during my shift because they couldn't get a plumber there until the next day. Management installed awful door alarms that went off every time someone opened the door. The sound was deafening and annoying...the customers even complained. Management left all duties to employees and spent most of their time away from the store. Don't work here even if it's the last job on earth!
If you want your life to be JUST Murphy, then apply
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Russellville, AL – August 9, 2016
Turnover rate for cashiers is horrible. They are underpaid for what is required of them. Being the Store Manager, I was constanly on the register. The DM took the chair we had and said there is no sitting and you would have to hunch over or sit on your knees to do schedules, reports. . The DM demands all these things done, but does not give the time and if you do something wrong or not to their standards, they will yell and degrade you on the phone. And the emails you receive are just as insulting. When you are graded,which will determine your raise, the DM will give bad scoring and will tell you this will effect your raise and forgets what it is like to run a store. They do not care about your crew, family life, being sick. The worse place to be at .. Your job is constantly threatened. As a Store Manager you make good money, but being threatened you never know if you'll have a job. Otherwise don't go buy nice things because you might not have a job to afford them. The DM makes people feel worthless and I swear she does it in purpose. This job will change a person. It is so stressful!!!! Save yourself the pain and don't do it. Unless you want to work 50 hours a week, on your feet the whole time, never having help, still getting calls from employees and DM even when you're off, oh and only getting paid for 80 hours instead of the 100 you're required to work!!
DM, upper management does not care, overturn, no help to get duties done
Deepwater Drilling Supervisor (Former Employee) – Malaysia – July 28, 2016
Develop 24 slot Dry Tree Unit Spar Drill & Complete with Tender Assist Drilling Unit. Drill from spud to TD, horizontal & highly deviated wells Drilling fluids consist of LTOBM, Warp w/ PST, Completions brines. Used Manage Pressure drilling equipment in 3rd phase of development. Install drilling riser and all production risers w/ drilling & production tensioners
I got hired in as Assistant Manager. I loved this job the hours i worked were a little rough at the time but i managed just fine. I got terminated at this job because I had a shortage and it was on a gas drive off. but other than that i really did like the job. I was a supervisor I was also a cashier I maintained the store and did the paper work. Most important was customer service.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – July 11, 2016
My experience working here was frustrating. The store I was hired at has a continuous problem keeping its employees, managers and cashiers. My first few months there was horrible: the stockroom a mess to the point we did not know where anything was or what we had in stock. Also, the only manger they had at this store was the assistant that was completely careless and barely worked. We had to keep bringing in other managers from surrounding stores to fill in and they were sometimes mean and rude, which is why I'm no longer employed here. The pay is low but they expect a lot from its employees.
System Analyst (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 4, 2016
I have about 19 years of experience in the Oil & Gas Industry. I happened to work for this company in the Houston corporate office as a System Analyst for about one year. So far this was my worst experience in my professional career.
Although it is a public company, it is still managed as a family owned business. Managers do their best to squeeze the blood and sweat out of employees. I had about 4 weeks of vacation in my employment contract. I was only allowed to take one week in the year 2015 with no compensation for my unpaid vacation. Work hours extend to nights regularly and most of the weekends. Managers use you as a slave resource and have no respect of your private time. This not limited to few managers, but a company wide culture.
There is zero scope of learning an advancing in your career, as you are expected to do your job without asking any questions. Senior managers are not knowledgeable and play lots of politics at an expense of employees personal time.They will never give credit for your good work but focus on projecting everything good as their own idea but everything bad as the fault of lower employees.
Murphy is all about getting more out employees for less. Run and don't walk if you are thinking of applying a position for this company. I resigned finally as I was able to find a new job as I was waiting to get out of this place.
Long working hours without any compensation, No chance of upward movement.