Shift Leader/Cashier (Current Employee) – Pine Bluff, AR – July 16, 2018
I am real pleased with my job at loves great people to work for. I have benefits, paid holiday,vacation, breaks, they offer us resources if we need any help with anything, they have employees appreciation
team member (Former Employee) – Amarillo, TX 79110 – July 16, 2018
I had fun and loved the job. I enjoyed meeting new people. There was a lot of favoritism there and things that should have required discipline action was always over looked but most of the staff were great
Tire and Lube Technician (Former Employee) – Illinois – July 13, 2018
Manager for shop was not able to care for employees. He only cares for him self and lazy. Didn't train me. Was supposed to get 45 days of training only for 4 days then was on my own. Manger yr tied to send me on a road call my first day by myself with no experience. I told him I would not go by myself he then came with and he stayed in the work truck on his phone
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Kingfisher, OK – July 12, 2018
Kingfisher loves has terrible management! They found any stupid excuse they could to fire me cuz they didn't like me then after I was fired they started a bunch of lies about me and told them to my family and friends. The lies they told would change from one thing to another so it was obvious they were lying but they continued to slander me behind my back. I worked my butt of for that place and I really liked my coworkers and I thought they liked me till they made me feel like an idiot and a loser. They are mean and spiteful. They are liars and backstabbers.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Macon, GA – July 12, 2018
Management at this store is horrible from the district manager down to the operations managers. Very stressful hostile work environment is fostered in the entire store. Certain employees show up whe they want and call off when they want with no consequences whatsoever. The few that do work are told what a horrible job they do constantly. The district and general manager are egotistical and will swear at you. Once saw the DM throw an employees belongings across the floor in front of customers and other employees. Avoid this place at all costs, awful place to work!
Shift Leader (Former Employee) – Jasper, AL – July 11, 2018
The job was very stressful and not worth the pay.Everyday was always a struggle to go to work because people would quit or call in all the time and there weren't enough people ever to recover from being short.
A typical day at work was long and stressful. I learned that your co-workers cannot be trusted and if they don't feel like it, they will not help you. Poor management is acceptable in many places is what I've learned as well.
Baker (Former Employee) – Canaan, NY – July 11, 2018
the manager of the dunkin donuts side of the store was extremely hard to work with, unapproachable and a complete mess on the professional level. the willingness to train people correctly wasn't there. it was pretty much a make it or break it kind of place to work
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Poplarville, MS – July 10, 2018
I liked the job just not the way the store was operated or the fact everyone thought they were the boss when the boss wasn't there. There were to many employees wanting to tell everyone else what to do opposite of what we were told to do by the manager.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Kankakee, IL – July 8, 2018
After 2 months I am still on training pay. I'm not supposed to disclose what I am paid but let's just say its barely over Illinois minimum wage. Management is really bad at scheduling and making sure enough people are on shift. No smoke breaks, the amount of detail they expect in what you do is ridiculous. Upper management, as in district and corporate are always popping into the store causing internal management to scramble adding many tasks to your already heavy workload as they do expect the cashier to take care of everything. Including stocking and cooler. So in short, bad management. Low pay, heavy work load.
No smoke breaks, unpaid lunch, heavy workload, low pay.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Jonestown, PA – June 29, 2018
I felt that the general manager showed favoritism which made it hard for advancements in that store. It was a laid back place to work but i felt that certain employees got special treatment and I feel all employees should be treated equal. The most enjoyable part of my job was the customers I enjoy working with others and around people.
SMIT (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – June 28, 2018
Would not recommend this company to work for if you are looking for a career. You will not receive the training that you will need to accurately perform your job. Mostly learning on the fly. Very poor communication from upper management to store level. No concerns for issues that present in the store, constantly overlooked. Morale is unreal!!!!
Operation Manager (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 26, 2018
Working for Loves has been a good experience for me, I have had the opportunity to work with good and bad people. Most of the management that I have worked with has known their job and what they had to do.