Kwik Trip Careers and Employment
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Since opening in 1965, Kwik Trip Inc. has grown to over 800 Kwik Trip, Kwik Star, Tobacco Outlet Plus, Tobacco Outlet Plus Grocery, and Stop-N-Go stores throughout Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois. Many guests visit local stores weekly and are served by happy and helpful coworkers. Kwik Trip is truly the trusted local convenience store at the heart of communities across the Midwest.
The family owned company takes pride in providing a clean, safe, and welcoming working environment for over 18,000 coworkers at local stores and at the support center located in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Kwik Trip upholds the motto of "Big on fresh. Low on price." by efficiently producing their own tasty baked goods, dairy products, sandwiches, salads, soups, pizzas, and more to be sold in their own stores.
A fast growing organization, Kwik Trip Inc. is always looking for new coworkers to join the KT family. Positions at local stores, as well as opportunities at the support center in the bakery, dairy, commissary, distribution center, transportation, Information Technology, Human Resources, Accounting, Marketing, and about any other office position you can imagine, provide great careers with a family oriented culture.
Do you want to join a family friendly, community-centered, growing organization? Then apply for a job with Kwik Trip, Inc. today. www.kwikcareers.jobs.
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Upon arrival at work, I get myself counted into a cash drawer. I work as a cashier behind the counter. There are many other jobs that I do also. The job examples would be; stock shelves, clean Shake machine, slushie machine, make coffee, stock creamer, cooler with milk, clean the restrooms and any other tasks assigned to me. I have AWESOME CO-WORKERS, and our management is fine. The hardest part of the job is standing, kneeling, and squatting. There are times when we only get one 10 minute break as we are so busy. Being so busy is great. Our guests are trully wonderful also. I love meeting new people and helping our older senior citizens with finding products or helping them find the best deal. I love people and I am very much a people person. I really enjoy meeting people and treat them how I would like to be treated.
Overall, I am happy in my position. I am given the hours I ask for, the pay is decent, and most days I can forget about work once I get home. However, this job definitely takes advantage of hard-working people. All my favorite coworkers (the ones who are generally good-natured and work as hard as they can) have left or are trying to leave because hard work is only rewarded with more work. Employees who try their best and make an occasional mistake are sometimes punished too hard, while employees who do not try and bring the team down are handed excuse after excuse. All in all, it's still better than average for retail/food service. The pay is good, environment is okay, there are consistent raises and bonuses, and management tends to be reasonable. It's worked out fine for me and fits what I need right now, but I wouldn't recommend working here long-term.
It is a terrible job to work at, corporate doesn't want to make sure the current stores have the hours or staff to make the stores run smoothly. They only care about building new stores. Turnover rate is low because it is really hard to fire the people who don't do their jobs properly.
It's a great place with a great work culture. They have very understanding staff but the team gets very personal and often times there are favorites or petty arguments just like in any other workplace. But the advancement opportunities are vast and many employees who are dedicated across all stores know each other pretty well because they often cover each other's stores from time to time.
Focus only on work and you'll be fine. Don't overshare personal information. Stay focused on tasks and avoid gossip. The health insurance offered isn't ideal. Good luck.
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They will ask you open ended questions that will allow to show your true character. Questions about “kind” things you have done recently, how you handle negative situations, the challenges you have overcome professionally or in school, etc. These are called behavioral questions. Red flags will show throughout this interview process. Please remember, honesty is the best policy!
Kwik Trip loves compassionate employees. Except a lot of moral delima type questions.
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