Order Picker/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Belton, MO – November 11, 2018
Fun, awesome, great mosphere, quarterly reviews and bonus, flexible schedule. Automatic 23 paid sick days in every rolling year, 40 hours earned vacation time every year. Offered Overtime every week guaranteed 8 hour days whether you worked 8 hours or not. Plus option of early out sign up sheet. Family oriented a environment had company pik-niks twice a year and you always where given a plus one, who they also paid for.
I come from a busy store, no lunch break no breaks at all actually.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Arizona – November 6, 2018
Very stressful, a lot to do not enough time. They keep pushing for more and more and I don’t see a raise. We get .25 cents over minimum wage. I don’t know who said we get weekly bonuses but that’s not true we get bonuses every month they’re no more than 200 dollars. They give you good job opportunities but with more responsibilities not much of a pay difference
Very fast paced job! Lots of stuff to do throughout whole shift
Clerk/Cashier (Current Employee) – Owasso, OK – November 5, 2018
Quiktrip is a very fast paced job. You will never run out of anything to do, you are constantly working! You will work the whole time until your shift is over! Quiktrip is a great place to work. I will recommend to anyone who is looking for a job!
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Bixby, OK – November 4, 2018
I worked in the stores for QT. If you enjoy working in a retail environment, then QT is the best place to work. They treat their employees well, and have high expectations for all store employees. The store environment is laid back, but there is always a lot to do each shift. The benefits long-term are also nice, but don't expect to really the benefits of their employee benefits for a year.
If you don't like working in retail though, I'd advise to stay away. Each shift will be tortured with saying "see you later" 1000 times to punctuate your misery.
Quality Assurance Analyst Contractor (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – November 1, 2018
Quick Trip exceeds in promoting from within. They are willing to take promising employees from their retail store and assist them in developing advanced skills. Many store employees have risen through the ranks and come to hold high level (including executive) positions in the company. The environment is very nurturing which allows employees to thrive and develop outstanding capabilities.
On the downside, and this is just my opinion, as a contractor I had the feeling of being a "second class" worker. This had nothing to do with the jobs assigned but more with team building and employee activities. Contractors were not allowed to participate in team building activities or other type of employee recognition events. Also, contractors were not allowed at meeting that addressed internal company operations. I know a company can set their business as desired, but this was the first place that I worked that actually excluded contractors from these activities. For me, it fostered a feeling of being an outsider. Again, this is just my opinion.
Finally, while promoting most of its workforce from within provides many opportunities, it can lead to a narrow focus effect. This means that a majority of employees do not have the expanded scope of background that comes from working for other companies. In many cases this may not be an issue but, it could limit the ability for people in leadership or planning positions (who came up through the ranks) to understand other options that may be available.
Customer Service Representative (CSR)-Cashier (Former Employee) – Saint Charles, MO 63303 – October 31, 2018
I absolutely loved working for QuikTrip!!! it was fun and fast paced. Managers were great and willing to work with you all the time regarding any situation. I wish I could have stayed with the company, I just couldn't pick up enough hours to pay my bills and had to find a new job.
Sales Clerk (Former Employee) – Broken Arrow, OK – October 30, 2018
Amazing company to work for. Tons of benefits, even if just part-time, and plenty of room to move up. It is a large company, but they make you feel at home. Training is intense but overall beneficial. Pay is great and hours are flexible. Option to travel.
Pay, ability to move up, training provided, flexible hours
No breaks unless necessary, sometimes long shifts, on your feet all day
Part-Time Clerk (Current Employee) – Blue Springs, MO – October 30, 2018
Great people, Wonderful experience. I would recommend this job to anyone. Although the job can be extremely stressful, fast paced and detail oriented, Quiktrip taught me a great deal of skills that i don't believe i could have just gotten anywhere. At one point in my Quiktrip career i wanted nothing more than to move up in the company, that has changed over time. More of a personal choice than company forced. Just not something I see as a career for myself.
QT was always very busy. But every job task that was assigned was timed so your day went by really fast. Excellent management staff. Hardest part of the day where the overnights and weekends I worked. But I loved working with people,
Fun, Everyone got along and worked well with one another
Asst. Manager (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – October 24, 2018
I loved working at quick trip. And learned how to ineract with the clerk's and would offer to help with daily work tasks. Being an assistant manager opened my eyes and tough me how to approach people especially team members if there was an issue and we always found a way to work it out and work great as a team.
Store Assembly Clerk (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – October 23, 2018
This Job pays very well, but it can be very hectic & very fast paced. The company is growing rapidly so there is always room for advancement. They have a lot of incentives for their employees and are very flexible with scheduling.
Clerk (Current Employee) – Gainesville, TX – October 23, 2018
Of course, having no breaks can be hard but not impossible. I've learned how to take on 3 customers at once when it gets really busy, it's impressive. There could also be times when some other clerks want to just horse around, but you should just let the manager take care of that. Clerks on the clock get free drinks! I personally love all the slushes. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you're clocking out. The thought and feeling of finally being able to go home after a long day at work are awesome.
No breaks and stressful when the store is really busy.
Assistant General Manager (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – October 22, 2018
This job is tough labor be prepared to work and sweat. You will be on your feet for up to 16 hours and you will have to work very hard to move up but overall good job for younger people teaches you work ethic.