General Manager (Former Employee) – Goodlettsville, TN – June 17, 2018
I personally enjoy management. I love to teach and train people as well as coach. My typical work day involved paperwork, checking emails daily, conference calls, troubleshooting, fuel deliveries,facing cleaning shelves. Stock cooler every hour. Bake breakfast and lunch items everyday. Count and do audits on all cigarette and OTP and the lack of items weekly. Order truck twice a week then put up truck. I have learned alot about P&L and budgets. Payroll and scheules.The hardest part of my job was the turnover rate. If someone did not want to work I did, which I don't mind because the reason I went to work everyday was to see and converse with all my regular customers. They were my family. I looked forward to going to work. The reason why I left is because I bought a new house in Murfreesboro and would prefer to work closer to my new house.
Gas Station Attendant (Former Employee) – Horn Lake, MS – May 29, 2018
My typical start out rough becuase I am coming in the early morning. Once people start coming in and out there is no break, when you are the only cashier. I did not ask to be the only cashier there. And everyday customer gave heat cuase I was going slow.
The job can be pretty stressful at times, I currently work here and we are almost a skeleton crew which doesn't help with the work life/ personal life flexibility. The pay is weekly and a moderately fair rate which is nice, but personally the job isn't worth the money.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – May 17, 2018
I enjoyed the job. I rarely took off from work. The people that I worked with were respectful. We all worked together when it was very important. I came in on my off days quite a bit. When the store I worked at closed, there was a position given to me at a neighboring store. No questions asked. Management changed during my employment there.
Being a manager for Mapco is what you make of it, you are given all the tools to succeed but you are held responsible to use those tool properly. That can mean that you can have months where things go very well but when you are dealt with staffing issues it can be hard to handle because labor budgets are very low.
MANAGER (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – May 3, 2018
: I supervised 15 employees, directing operations of a high-volume convenience store. I coordinated all personnel scheduling, inventory record keeping and control, financial/record keeping, coaching and employee training alone with keeping measurement of gas supply. I established programs to increase profits as well as keeping good a relationship with upper management
good company, tons of changes, bad work life balance
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – May 3, 2018
work 7 days a week. no day off unless you have a CSL, which are hard to come by. finding and retaining good help is tough with the starting pay. the market leadership is good but not a lot of home office support due to all the changes
Director of Operations & Risk Management (Current Employee) – Franklin, TN – May 2, 2018
MAPCO has provided a great place to learn new skill and advance my career. The company plans to expand and grow over the next several years. New parent organization focused on fixing and upgrading assets.
It was good at 1st but the manager from last year quit. They hired a 2nd the store fell apart (literally) as well as the store rating, it dropped. And they dropped the new manager in 2018 only after a month. The 2nd new manager seemed reasonable but too aggressive, they didn't know what they want and still don't.
Free soft drinks around happy hour
No breaks, overworked, mistreatment, several fellow employees are uncooperative, the place is always a mess.
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Brentwood, TN – April 26, 2018
Good folks to work with. and for. Everyone I worked with and would see, while I was doing my job, was friendly and was easy to talk with. I would say the most difficult part of the job was dealing with traffic. But at the end of the day, I felt like I have done a good job supplying a good product that everyone needs for their everyday life.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – April 25, 2018
I don't really have to much to say about working there it was alright that's about all I can say. I wouldn't make it a life time career or anything it just a okay job to work until you find something better
It was a fun place to work. I meet a lot of new people
Cashier/Cook (Former Employee) – Talladega Al – April 24, 2018
I really enjoyed working at the gas station. I never had problems with the manager or the employees. I wish I could get more hours but the only had part time work at the time.That job was a good experience also.i
No free lunches
Yes 3 breaks depending on hours and they provided health insurance
Manager/Cashier (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – April 19, 2018
Managers are lazy and their employees.Dont clean up or stock....If someone called in they didnt check with you to see if u can stay over once your shift is over,they make you stay and Managers ignore your calls so they won't have to work that shift...Managers are rudes...They take so long hiring new people
STORE MANAGER (Current Employee) – Nashville-Davidson, TN – April 16, 2018
I began my employment at a time when new ownership took over. The previous ownership ran their stores into the ground without any upkeep or repairs. The new ownership has committed to making the stores nicer and more guest friendly. The changes are noticeable, even in the short time I have been with the company.
The company is definitely going in the right direction
Lead Cashier (Current Employee) – Brentwood, TN – April 11, 2018
Management is fair, a lot of turnover. Working with low number of employees leads to relatively inflexible schedule. You will, however always get hours. The job is what you make of it. Very limited opportunities for advancement.