Manager (Former Employee) – Alabama – March 2, 2018
Zero Work/Life balance. Not enough store hours. As an ASM the job was great after being promoted to SM it all went down hill. You aren’t given enough support or in store training, but they expect you to take the fall for all those on your team.
No breaks, not enough labor hours, high turn over due to hours
Cashier (Former Employee) – Dillon, SC – February 23, 2018
Before starting my job at Murphy Oil, I never had any experience with working at a gas station. But I must say that I found it quite exciting and outgoing. I loved the fast pace environment of the job. I would say the most enjoyable part of my job was helping out my customers and giving them the best service possible.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Benton, KY – December 22, 2017
Great place to work part-time, although there is little to no room for advancement. There are no discounts for employees, including merchandise. The management has always been great, as well as the co-workers. The only times you may become irritated is at some of the customers, but that comes with working with the public. There is a lot of work to be done, and can get pretty hectic if you're working by yourself.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Madison, AL – December 7, 2017
This job is super easy, watch out though and make sure to card EVERYONE. They always want you to upsale things like candy on the counter and promo deals for gas. Keep an eye on people outside as well to make sure you don't get a drive-off. If you do get one, you have to review the camera and fill out a drive-off report.
not always busy
getting the trash outside and cleaning up spills and the bathroom
Cashier/Stocker (Current Employee) – Hot Springs, AR – November 30, 2017
Working at Murphy was a wonderful experience. It taught me how to work at a quick pace along with how to manage time and taught me new communication skills although there were times that were stressful.
Pays well, but horrible management and unregulated hours
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Fredericktown, MO – November 16, 2017
The company was great to work for. The pay is good. It's not very many hours with working six days a week on average. Management is a joke. You're not well informed of changes and there is virtually no training. The only training I had was two days and only consisted of eight hours of training videos. The professionalism from co-workers is also a joke. They keep poor store managers (at least where I was) just so they don't have to train a new one. Overall I would not suggest this company to anyone. The pay was good and that's about it.
Assistiant Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – November 10, 2017
this is not a good company to work for. management was always gone working at other stores but not taking care of his own store. the district manager treated the employees like high school kids. if you were not part of her click you were hardly acknowledged.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Greenville, AL – October 23, 2017
I enjoyed working at Murphy USA. The managers are very kind, educating and understanding. The pay isn't bad either. The most enjoyable part is working with customers and you're always busy which makes a short day. The job is competitive, but you're awarded for good work.