TA Travel Centers Employee Reviews

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Chance for advancement and learning, college courses paid for
Cashier/Sales Associate, Assistant Mgr (Former Employee), Wildwood, FLNovember 20, 2014
Pros: flexible schedules
Cons: sometimes no breaks
A typical day starts at 8:00am until 5:00pm. If you are a cashier your first duty is to wait on customers and make sure the Deli bar is well stocked. Coffee made fresh and snacks and sandwiches are available. As a cashier you have to be fast and accurate in your accounting of money and credit cards used. Cashiers should be able to handle minor problems for customers. Most of the time everyone works as a team and helps out when it gets really busy. The hardest part of the job at the end of the day is getting your cash drawer counted and balancing your paperwork. The most enjoyable part is stocking the gift shop and keeping it neat and fresh looking.
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Busy place to work.
Popeye's/Customer Service/Sales (Former Employee), Richmond vaNovember 17, 2013
Pros: free food
Cons: had to work if any of my employees called off.
Interviewing applicant, cashier, cook, train al new employees, reports and shift meetings.
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great work place
Porter/Janitor (Former Employee), Foristell, MOAugust 25, 2012
Pros: free drinks
Cons: healthcare was a plus
well to start the employees are helped each other in one way or another, if it got busy and someone was needing any help other employees wouls stop what they were doing to help others. customers were our priorty to help them find what they needed and to get them on there way. some truck drivers were a little grouchy at times but who wouldnt be after drivin long hours at a time.