Store Associate / Cashier (Former Employee) – Bloomfield, NY – November 19, 2016
cashed customers out, helped them find their items, nothing much other than making pizzas and how many people dont pay gas. management was alright, coworkers alright, keeping up with customars hen you have many in line or asking for help, helping people.
Sales Associate/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – October 24, 2016
when i came in i punched in on the computer. i strted off by making subs getting the ingredients if we did not have any in the cook part. i made them. i checked on cofee changed it if needed also cleaned shelves and areas needed if there were some like our coffee are. i spoke to the manager when i needed help and had fun talking to coworker.hardest part was leaving the job .
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY 14613 – March 28, 2016
Since Wilson Farms has been bought out by 7-Eleven, writing a review here is not going to help anyone. There was room for advancement if you performed well, but otherwise it was your typical convenience store.
Floral Department Manager (Current Employee) – Lexington, MA – February 24, 2016
Wants a lot of hours and long days but not willing to encourage employees. Things are never consistent and your not told of changes just expected to know that they are taking place. Great money and benefits. But over all a really unorganized and petty company to work for.
Front End/Bagger (Former Employee) – Lexington, MA – January 12, 2016
In term of management, My expeience is that th supervisors and managers always have a high standard for perfection. Sometimes their standard is too high for their employees to reach and it makes it difficult to please them. Management sometimes makes employees feel bad about their work ethic.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – June 30, 2015
A typical day would make sure coffee supply was efficient. The top priority was to take care of incoming customers, and to make sure their needs were meant. Management was easy to get along with, and I feel I was trained well. The hardest part of the job would of been when the Money order machine was out of order, and you couldn't provide the service to your customer. The most enjoyable part of my job was the diversity of the customers. I also got to know regular customers and it was good on a professional level to serve them and know their likes.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Groton, NY – June 27, 2015
The job was supposed to be a promotion but it turned out to be much less. A new store manager started when I arrived and soon was promoted out and would not replace the position or give me a raise. Could not remain there doing my job plus the store manager job without more money.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – April 7, 2015
I met a lot of people and I got to things that I enjoyed like running a cash register, and lottery machine. Making coffee was new for me but fun. The only downside was having young people be management because they don't know how to keep friends and work separate.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Rochester NY – March 10, 2015
This was a lot more laid back than my current job. It was a lot easier to adjust too and the hardest part of the job was NYS Lottery. My coworkers were great some of them I still work with today. I loved the manager he was very easy going and reliable.