Overall Reviews at Pilot Flying J
Receptionist/Administrative Assistant | Knoxville, TN | May 31, 2015
from the time i started at PFJ 1/2013 i enjoyed working there. i enjoyed my department and meeting people from different areas. the upper management are very nice and helpful. there is always something going on for the staff. lunch is catered in daily from different vendors. the hardest part of my job,came after my boss retired. our department statred to fall apart. but we as a whole tried to work together. new people came in and it went from a professional work envirmoent to high schooll.
General Manager | Columbia, SC | Feb 16, 2018
Great staff/great guest.
A typical day would last around 12 hours. My drive time was another 1.5 hours each way. during my 10 years with PFJ. I learned what type of leader and how to lead a team. Turnover was the one thing i disliked the most. ave per unit was around 150% My units generally was around 100-110% The most enjoyable part of the job was working with a team of 40 employees and having an average daily guest count of 7000 per day.
Prosfast paste and great guest service
Cons15 hours a day
Restaurant Manager | Paducah, KY | May 14, 2017
Best job I ever had
Environment was fun, upper level management were all interested in your personal development and compensation was the best i have ever had. I received several awards in recognition for my hard work with Pilot
ProsCompensation, great environment
Retail Sales Associate | Jacksonville, FL | Dec 28, 2015
Not a good company to work for. There is room for advancement only if you are willing to not have a life. Management doesn't treat employees equally. Raises are not worthy of your performance. I have been there seven years. and was only allowed a .40 raise and I have four job titles.
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | South Bay, FL | Sep 25, 2020
Constant drama. you often feel underappreciated no matter what your position was. your just a body that they need so they dont have to come in. the over work you for things you really didn't sign up for. no one wants night shift so once you get it your stuck even if you have seniority.
Consoverworked drama favoritism
Piping Designer | Knoxville, TN | Sep 16, 2015
Good company to work for
Good Company to work for. Good people, good atmosphere, good benefits.
Good Health insurance. Good workout facility.
oversee work related duties and responsibilities | Barstow, CA | Sep 12, 2013
good job to work for
A day at work starts with a list.I learned how to deal and talk to costermers.managing showers and bathrooms were clean.my co-workers were funny and very willing to show how it works at a truck stop.the hardest part of this was the cleaning bathrooms when theres people waiting to use them. the best thing about this job was getting tips.
Cons15 minute brake
General Manager | Saint Augustine, FL | Aug 7, 2019
Supportive management group
Supportive management group. Encourages and drives to promote from within. Opportunity to expand one's management skills and be creative in suggesting alternative approaches to problem solving.
Cashier | Perrysburg, OH | Jan 29, 2016
Fun people to work with, fun to talk with the customers, and a very productive job. The workers are nice, full of energy, and just fun to hangout with.
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Dunnigan, CA | Feb 11, 2014
Was a really good company to work for. They provided benefits and room to grow with the company. All the employees were pleasant to work with and management was on top of things. Shifts seem to fly by because of the steady business from guests.
ProsBenefits, fast paced