The hours are horrible. Receiving your schedule less than 24 hours before it starts is just a tiny point, but frustrating. Working 10+ hour shifts, the longest almost an entire 24 hours, you burn out quickly. For pittance pay.
Great they worked with me and my children
You are always at work!
The working hours are great. They seem to go by fast when your busy.
Answered - Cusromer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Indianapolis, IN
Very busy with customers non stop in 8 hour shift
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - 26th street Lafayette Indiana
They are very open. Few different shifts,ability to work at other stores to help out where it is needed.
Answered - Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Urbana-Champaign, IL
The hours are horrible. They expect you to close a store (ones that are open on a 18 hours schedule) then turn around and open in a 4 to 5 hour span. If you have a family or single parent you must abide by their R&R (speedways laws) or you will be fired. There is NO such thing as a "Work life-Family balance. You must be able to double shifts. Including doing double and close and open. Management will not do it. They put employees and the public at risk. This done on a weekly basis.
Your working hours will change within minutes, days or hours. If an employee doesn't come in, you will be stuck working their shift because the manager will not.If you don't allow them to ravage your schedule, you will be let go or written up. There is no set schedule of hours.
If somone doesnt come in for their shift you will be stuck staying and working a double shift. The manager might be flexible if you get a good one, however I noticed that once they post that schedule, even if you requested a day or two off, you don't get it because it's too late.
I was told they "never" have a set schedule. I am getting 40 hours and still will be paid for a PART timer because I am new, I guess. I don't know how people can live and work on an ever changing schedule. Also, I told them open availability, and she acted like it was ludacris for me to ask for the same days off every week. I might just have a bad manager, not sure.