Questions and Answers about Sunoco

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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Sunoco a better place to work?

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Offer better pay. 3rd shift would always have 2 people working.

Answered - Lead Cashier (Former Employee) - Goose Creek, SC

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Make sure employees showed up on time for positions or suffer consequences and enforce the no dating policy

Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Hermitage, TN

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Provide safety glass partitions as a mandatory for all employees at the checkout

Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Dublin, OH

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I'd make sure training was better and job descriptions where clear and defined.

Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Gainesville, FL

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I would make ever get a break aleast once a day .. Make sure before each shift leaves nothing dirty. Areas are stock for the next shift. Thats one of the big things workers jus leave , there no direction from manager they wanna flex their authorities when it suit them that where the owners should start looking... And. Manager's lie like rug they only care about friendship not work..

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Change the manager and crew in Del Rio tx from the lube center to carwash.no experience what so ever playing all the time sleep on the clock and even do free oil changes.

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I would teach the lube techs for better customer service and sales.and to clean up the shop...and not to reap off customers...also the manager there he sucks no professionalism...he has tatoos showing and he don't even shave.and he has a bad smell.

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I'll always take care of my all employe to respect her schedule and be nice with every customer

Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Vauxhaull union

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Do an overhaul of current area managers and start over. Some of them have been there so long they believe they are invincible.

Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - San Angelo, TX

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