Opening store food prep for day and general store maintenance. I learned managerial skills and what it takes to run a business. The management was great always ready to step in if I needed help. Some overtime hours were required to keep store running but was allowed to take breaks when convenient.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Cross Lanes, WV – March 18, 2016
Manager showed favoritism, bias. Excessive abuse of power. On a typical day you run a register, stock and count cigarettes, take out trash from inside or outside, 2 cashiers per shift. clean bathrooms, stock cooler. Manager assigns extra duties, like wipe down 3 sandwich shelves, wipe down 8 gas island pumps. On my last day manager had me clean 23 trash cans, inside and out, in addition to my regular duties. You have no meal breaks, they allow you to have a smoke break when you have no customers.
Cook/Cashier (Former Employee) – Gosnell, AR – February 10, 2016
I began my day 4:30 am, preparing breakfast, Open the store at 5:20 am. Though I enjoyed my co-workers, the hardest part of my job was dealing with their negative emotions. If they had a good day, so did I. My customer made even a bad day, good. I miss my customers.
Waitress/Cashier (Former Employee) – West End Mall – October 28, 2015
You had to be at 9:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. getting your cash register ready for that day then your 1st 15 minutes break then a 30 minutes lunch break you be waiting for 2nd 15 minutes break then can't wait for the day be over so you can go home.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Nashville, IL – August 16, 2015
I always enjoyed working at One Stop, Rollin Up. The work environment was great. My co-workers, along with my manager, were easy going and very friendly. Our staff was very small, and we all got along great.
The most challenging and rewarding place that taught me more than I ever though possible.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – East Saint Louis, IL – August 11, 2015
I learned how to use positive and encouraging communication to build confidence,and foster positive relationships among employees, and upper management. The hardest part of the job is dealing with employees that don't pull their weight, don't show up for work. and lie about unimportant job functions. The most important part of the job is meeting new people, asking them about their day, finding out what they need then fulfilling and exceeding their expectations.
having fun with co-workers, getting to meet new people. Being creative and implementing new ideas
Scheduling, lack of positive attitude, and favoritism .
my coworkers at onestop are all really great people. in a typical day with my job i have a lot of customer interaction and money transactions. the hardest part about my job is being by yourself most of your shift. the most enjoyable part is working in a fast paced environment and you get to meet a lot of different people.
Manager (Current Employee) – Logan, WV – July 5, 2015
I arrive at the store at 5 am. I run reports, count cigarettes, and pull all the money from the previous day. I open the store at 6am. From opening to the time I leave, I complete paperwork, deposit money, fill safe, stock cigarettes, check vendors in, and deal with various complaints and issues. From this job, I have learned how to be assertive and lead others according to the principles issued from the corporate office. I have learned to problem solve while dealing with several issues at once. I have learned how to get co-workers to work together to accomplish set goals. The co-workers are all very pleasant to work with. The job isn't hard. All is enjoyable.
Team Coordinator (Former Employee) – Lake City, SC – March 24, 2015
Being able to help individuals further their education and help them grow as people was the best thing about this job. I learned how to apply for scholarships and different grants and different program to help people
Accounts Payable Supervisor - Freelance (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – January 14, 2015
You're working with numbers, so being organized and careful is very necessary. Making sure that invoices are correct. Making sure that you don't pay anything already paid. Always conducting checks and balances of the numbers. Paying vendors in a timely fashion. Keeping very good records of all transactions.
have to be organized and like working with numbers.