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The Circle K on Mount Vernon Road in Athens Tennessee will hire any body!

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My store is paid weekly every Wednesday(TN). Every store is different, don't look at all answers here as correct answers because different areas have different procedures. :)

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About a week.
Fill out application, interview

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At the last store meeting we were told "if you do your work you get hours." If you want to know why you don't get hours it is because you don't do your work. Unfortunately management does not tell the slacker directly or write them up and get rid of them, so we all have to suffer. I know workers are scares, but what the heck is wrong?

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It varies a lot based on the manager who interviews you, but be prepared to answer all the usual questions you'd expect. Details about your work experience, why you want to work for Circle K, what your schedule is like, etc. In some areas if you have a positive interview with the Store Manager, there will be a second interview with the Market Manager.

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Flexible scheduling depends on your store manager some managers won't work with you no matter what you just work what they tell you no matter what life throws at you.

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The pay depends upon where you are and what position you're hired for. Benefits plans vary based on your position, and whether you're full time or part time. They do offer insurance (very basic plans for CSA), vacation, time and a half on some holidays, tuition reimbursement (actually a pretty good program), 401(k), etc. The best thing, though, is they're really good about promoting from within. If you want to move up, work hard and stick with it -- most managers started as CSAs. Even people in upper management and in the offices often started in stores.

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I knew the Manager.

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Yes, and they will

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19 years old

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