The company over all was alright, I wouldn't call it the best company I ever worked for really. The management, meaning store management, was alright but there was a sort of social group which you had to fit in to survive. The district management, meaning Exxon it's self was baffling, the district manager often times had us doing strange and crazy things for little to no real reason. When asked, she gave vague answers and often times they hindered us more than helped us as employees.
Raises were few and far between, you were lucky to see one if at all. Benefits were excessively expensive, namely for an employee just starting out. Favoritism was the biggest issue, one employee was allowed to have off weekends while the others were forced to work through weekends and holidays all the time. Fairness was not their strongest suit obviously.
On the upside, the management did have your back in many incidents. This usually included when you carded someone for alcohol or cigarettes. Sometimes they were there when a customer became particularly, and for no reason, unruly. They at least supported their employees in that sense.
no breaks, too much work related drama, management hard to deal with, upper management strange and overbearing