Cashier (Former Employee) – Benton, KY – December 22, 2017
Great place to work part-time, although there is little to no room for advancement. There are no discounts for employees, including merchandise. The management has always been great, as well as the co-workers. The only times you may become irritated is at some of the customers, but that comes with working with the public. There is a lot of work to be done, and can get pretty hectic if you're working by yourself.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Madison, AL – December 7, 2017
This job is super easy, watch out though and make sure to card EVERYONE. They always want you to upsale things like candy on the counter and promo deals for gas. Keep an eye on people outside as well to make sure you don't get a drive-off. If you do get one, you have to review the camera and fill out a drive-off report.
not always busy
getting the trash outside and cleaning up spills and the bathroom
Pays well, but horrible management and unregulated hours
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Fredericktown, MO – November 16, 2017
The company was great to work for. The pay is good. It's not very many hours with working six days a week on average. Management is a joke. You're not well informed of changes and there is virtually no training. The only training I had was two days and only consisted of eight hours of training videos. The professionalism from co-workers is also a joke. They keep poor store managers (at least where I was) just so they don't have to train a new one. Overall I would not suggest this company to anyone. The pay was good and that's about it.
Assistiant Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – November 10, 2017
this is not a good company to work for. management was always gone working at other stores but not taking care of his own store. the district manager treated the employees like high school kids. if you were not part of her click you were hardly acknowledged.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Greenville, AL – October 23, 2017
I enjoyed working at Murphy USA. The managers are very kind, educating and understanding. The pay isn't bad either. The most enjoyable part is working with customers and you're always busy which makes a short day. The job is competitive, but you're awarded for good work.
Fast pace work environment with multi-task duties in a very flexible environment.
Cashier Attendant (Former Employee) – Pelham, AL – October 2, 2017
Very multi-tasking performance. Register countdown and inventory of product sales. The opening of operation by checking facility and surrounding area inside and out. Small work area and very difficult shift change. Operation of business still flowing in the middle of shift change as well as monitoring the gas monitors and cash drop. There is also commission sales on certain products as an incentive. There is a fear of safety at night shift if closing alone. The pay is not equal to the liability of the job and I moved from store to store without clear understanding. I also had a very uncomfortable and inadequate encounter with one of the district manager which lead to me not accepting the job opportunity.
The training was through and easy, Like the fast pace of operation and the autonomy of trust.
Unprofessional-ism in upper staff, small working space and more safety at night for evening shift workers
Cashier/Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Siler City, NC – September 29, 2017
fast paced environment, little to no benefits, not a substantial income, expected to sell sell sell with little to no reward, this is a job for someone in college or just out of school still living at home with parents
Store Manager (Former Employee) – El Dorado, AR – September 10, 2017
The job paid well and offered good benefits but the corporate office didn't mind throwing management under the bus. The would also find a reason to fire people in order to bring in others at a lower rate of pay
I love the rapport that I have built with my customers and familiarity that I have based upon my customers as indiviuals. Work days as in any job can be hectic but to see a happy customer return due to your pleasant attitude and willingness to serve and exceed expectations. I truly enjoy my job but have much desire to move up in the company.
Very busy store, very fast advancement to those eager to learn
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 13, 2017
I went from cashier to an assistant manager in just 4 months. I had to learn a lot in a very little amount of time, but it was doable. The huge setback for me was the fact that the store was open 24 hours a day, that meant that if there was a problem overnight, or if 3rd shift was late or a no-call/no-show, I had to come in the middle of the night and take over. Even if that meant I had a double shift coming up at 5am. I felt left behind a lot. Other than that, Murphy's a good and fair workplace.
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.