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544 questions about working at 7-Eleven
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Answered December 4, 2019
Working hours are awful. You are required to come at any time on any shift and frequently have to stay well past your time to go home because the manager doesn't know how to schedule properly. Also, you will be put on 2nd shift one night until 11 p.m. and then be scheduled to come in again at 8 a.m. the next morning with hardly enough time for sleep when scheduling could be done to benefit all--it only benefits the manager and company.
Answered June 17, 2016
Had 9 hours of online training and on my second week of in store training. Still not sure
Answered February 25, 2016
Do I have cash handling and lottery experience also do I have my food handlers certification
Answered June 21, 2016
Was hired on the spot after the fairly quick to the point interview.
Answered June 17, 2016
It is pretty simple. You show up, ring up guests, clean, change trashcans, and sometimes do dishes. Occasionally you will need to go into the cooler to stock drinks
Answered March 17, 2020
Is 7 eleven required to give you a raise after 90 days
Answered October 27, 2016
I went to an on-site hiring
Answered February 25, 2016
I can work Any hour .but it depends on the manager on what time im gonna work
Answered March 14, 2020
With seven eleven raises at store level are for the most part a "myth". There are some corporate managed stores that give the store employees a small annual automatic raise of maybe 25 cents an hour. As for The franchisee owned stores, there the employees usually are at the mercy of the owner / franchisee and alot more times than not they don't give raises to them.
Answered October 24, 2016
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