Sheetz

Working at Sheetz: Company Overview and Reviews

Sheetz
Sheetz
3.8
3099 reviews
Sheetz Ratings
3.8
Average rating of 3099 reviews on Indeed
3.4Work-Life Balance
3.9Pay & Benefits
3.7Job Security & Advancement
3.4Management
3.7Culture
Headquarters
Altoona, PA
Employees
10,000+
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Industry
Retail

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 Average SalarySalary Range
839 salaries reported
$14.33
per hour
$7.25-$21.50
318 salaries reported
$17.31
per hour
$8.65-$26.00
247 salaries reported
$17.32
per hour
$8.65-$26.00
35 salaries reported
$20.47
per hour
$10.20-$30.75
6 salaries reported
$13.25
per hour
$7.25-$19.90
Salary Satisfaction
68%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 6682 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Sheetz Reviews

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Overall Reviews at Sheetz

2.0
Supervisor | Spotsylvania, VA | Aug 30, 2014
From Sheetz to Sh-weatshop !
When I first began at sheetz as a salesperson I was happy with the environment overall. I had great employees I worked with on my shift and a few days off during the week to balance my life and relationships. However I quickly noticed how this job was beginning to takeover my life. Call outs were frequent and I could barely get a day off with out getting bombarded with calls asking me to come in and cover a shift. The stress of the job started to take a toll on me. The implementation of new rules made the MTO system not run as smoothly. It seems as if Sheetz is taking a massive turn for the worse in an attempt to be this larger than life mega store/gas station/restaurant. The menu has become so extensive and complex that it completely defeats the fact that they pride themselves on being so convenient. Most customers get annoyed trying to order food and are completely overwhelmed with the rather confusing and misleading order points. Sheetz likes to push for orders to be put out under strict time limits, and have unrealistic expectations of employees and management. The MTO system works in low-mid volume situations but absolutely crumbles under high volume situations, which is what sheetz wants since they get more $$$ in the end and meet their goals for food sales. Sheetz is, IMHO, trying to do simply too much instead of remaining simple, convenient, and perfecting what was already working so well. As if the drive thru isn't a disaster enough, and there isn't eno
ProsHalf off MTO food, benefits, coworkers depending on location
ConsLittle to no breaks, unrealistic expectations, high turnover rate
2.0
Sales Associate | Harrisonburg, VA | Apr 19, 2017
high paced work environment with little employee support
On the surface Sheetz pays well for the intended job, however they often understaff the employees and any sort of bonus is based solely on online customer reviews. Many of the customers aren't going to spend the time to go online when they don't even have the time to eat and gas up at two different places. not only that but they only reward for the highest reviews, and insist that we tell every customer about the review which takes more time to explain that most people plan on being in the actual store. no one wants to sit have ANOTHER online survey pushed on them, especially a place that's supposed to provide lightening quick service. they do not provide a shift differential even though the third shift is often just as busy as first or second and often have as little as 2 employees making it impossible to get a break. on the bright side your food will be 50% off IF you do get that break. also the turn over is so high your often stuck with someone that is supposed to be fully trained but actually has no idea what they are doing because they've made a handful of the food options once and then are thrown into the shift. its a very fast paced environment so it takes some time to actually get to a speed where you can be left with the few people they schedule in a single shift. on the bright side if you can get past the hazing from the long term employees, there is a real sense of comradery among the employees as a result of the strenuous shifts and often unreasonable expectatio
Pros50% sheetz food items, 9.50/hr
Consshort breaks, not enough hours to get healthcare, understaffed, poor management, bonus depends on customer survey
2.0
Sales Associate | Bridgeport, WV | Mar 27, 2021
Draining
I work 3rd shift (overnight). They cross train, so sometimes I’m on Register or Kitchen Duty. As a 3rd shift employee, we don’t get any respect for the hard work we do on a nightly basis. We have to clean the whole store, ring up customers, work a drive-thru as well, clean restrooms, sanitize for COVID-19, all while being fast paced for only 3 people working. We only get 4 people on our shift when we’re training. On 3rd shift, we usually can’t keep employees bc they see how quickly how much work we have to endure while the other shifts complain about us. It’s really taxing on someone’s mental health and the ability to perform well when you’re overworked. Sure, the pay is alright considering there are many other convenient stores/gas stations/ fast food places paying way less, but when you’re understaffed and fighting to get all your tasks done, while not getting any respect, it doesn’t feel like enough. Kitchen duty for nights: you are responsible for cleaning the kitchen, doing dishes, taking care of outdated codes on foods, restocking supply for next shift and yourself, cleaning the back kitchen where dishes are done, preparing orders (many orders) all while listening to customers complain. Register Duty: you are responsible for cleaning the whole sales floor, including restrooms, and behind the register/drive-thru (if you have one), cleaning the coffee machines, sweeping and mopping, stocking cups, lids, straws, bags, and various other things, stocking the ice, helping the
ProsDiscounted to Half off food, okay pay
ConsShort breaks, overnight understaffing, hard/fast paced work ethic, no work/home life balance, playing favorites
4.0
Salesperson | Greensboro, NC | Oct 4, 2017
Nice on the surface.
Sheetz is a good company, for the most part. I genuinely think they care about their employees, but the execution of showing it can be poor. Yes, they certainly pay better than some places (although, is money ALL that matters? No.) but that really just means you're desperately understaffed ALL THE TIME. Regardless of business needs, there are 3 people per shift (given sometimes a shift spills in to another, giving 4 people for a few hours every now and then). That includes management. Business has been picking up in recent years and the company has not found a way to create a better working environment (i.e., not be understaffed) to compensate. The feeling among people who have survived over a year is "oh well, this is just what we have to work with". Salespeople often complain about this, but management doesn't have much control (typically set at corporate). Other than that, I've generally had nice, relatable managers who do try to promote a positive environment. A good manager really makes a difference, but a lot of the ones they've been hiring seem to be unready to work in the store when they arrive (lack of training), although this issue does seem to be getting better. VERY high turnover rates and a lot of calling out, mainly because it can just be very overwhelming, really. Salespeople have been seeing a lot of their autonomy taken away recently, too (can no longer give discounts to other employees, cannot do returns, cannot give coupons to customers when an order is mes
ProsCoworkers, discounts, benefits, management.
ConsLong hours, lack of autonomy, customers...
3.0
Supervisor | Bristol, VA | Apr 12, 2020
Third shift supervisor
I felt that once I reached third shift there were many tasks I was unfamiliar with. First and third have different shift tasks. Third shift 90% of the time seemed under staffed. Most nights I was the only person working the kitchen with limited help due to either limited training of the other employees, or the register was too busy to help in the kitchen. I rarely ever left when my shift was supposed to end. I usually had to stay over to do tasks like freezer pulls, or waste product. Third shift should really have three employees. I worked third shift for two to three months. Slow nights were few and far between I could count the amount of slow nights on one hand. So having three people for the entire shift isn’t unrealistic. Two weeks into working third shift I would go into work with anxiety about how horrible the night was going to be. I felt like too much was asked from me and that some of my co workers were out of touch of how difficult the shift really is. I quit not because of the pay I quit because of the stress. I could have been offered a $4 on the hour raise and I would not have taken it. My store had four different managers the time I was there. No other stores wanted to help when someone would call in (which was very frequent) due to the store being such a distance from other stores. Sheetz attendance system is very flawed I drove two hours to help a store out. The manager told me to hold off and clock in later. When the manager got back early from a meeting she
2.0
Sales Associate | Gettysburg, PA | Aug 14, 2019
Some good--some bad
I worked on Baltimore Street in Gettysburg, PA for a year. When I was first hired I had a great experience, I was trained properly on how to do my job, there was a lot of happiness and hospitality and the store worked very well together as a team. When I was first hired the Store/General manager was out on medical leave and there was a stand in manager. When the store manager came back a lot of things changed. There was a lot of hostility within the work place, the shifts were less hospitable between one another and the store manager was always trying to find someone to call into her office to yell at ( i mean yell literally). She was very unprofessional when she spoke to employees about their "performance issues" and had little respect for the work and home life separation. Working in a tourist town and being right off a major highway we got a lot of service and were constantly busy, because we were so busy and we were typically understaffed the employees (managers included) tried to be a little more lively and we would all make jokes ( none that were NSFW or inappropriate or rude) because of how stressful it was sometimes but she had a problem with people talking at all. She created a very hostile work environment to the point that we had a very very high turn over rate with sales associates leaves constantly, 3 supervisors leaving/dropping down, two managers leaving, and another manager who almost left. The distract manager was no help at all and simply ignored situations
Proshalf priced mto food while on break;
Consshort breaks, never received 6 month raise, terrible management, unprofessional
1.0
Retail Sales Associate | State College, PA | Nov 4, 2019
A cut throat company that consistently know how to bully their employees
When I started out at this company, I was in a Sheetz store that had a GREAT manager that both customers and workers adored! I was able to refine some of my customer service skills and other retail skills while I worked at Sheetz. But, he accepted a promotion and ended up leaving us and that's when things went downhill fast! Our next manager was a TASO (an in training manager) and wasn't bad. He treated everyone with respect and was a pleasure to work with. Once his internship was done, the next TASO arrived and he was a nightmare! He never followed anyone's availability, and when corporate decided to cut hours because we were in a "slow time," he cut them good, so bad I had to get another job part time because he wouldn't work with me in regards to hours and I needed money. This TASO also was not manager material that many long time workers at the store quit because they couldn't work under him. Once his internship was over, the next TASO arrived and she was a nut! She would sit in the manager's office and watch everyone on the store cameras work, or not working, and reprimand them in front of everyone. She also had a rule that you HAD to ask permission before leaving your assigned area (e.g. going to the restroom or getting a drink). Once her internship was over, the next manager came in and was only there for 3 months before getting promoted! During his time at the store, he was not a manager, he was a follower to the district manager. Whatever she said, he did
2.0
Salesperson | Pennsylvania | Jan 21, 2018
It is okay
Theres ALOT!! To learn and remember. All 4 food stations are different and its alot to learn, know, remember! This is not for one who doesnt learn fast. You need to remember methods of how ALL the food is made. Different drinks,Different subs. When lunch meat is served toasted, cold, melt ect. You have to KNOW the food in order to properly make it. Its alot!! In a 15 min span you can be in kitchen to register to making coffee to working drive thru( if your store has 1- its very challenging during rushes when you are on front register) If you cant adjust fast this is not for you. Collecting trash outside and at pumps in rain, sleet, snow, ice, below 0 windchills, blazing heat. This is not for the unmotivated . It can be highly demanding! Wear very comfy sneakers! Also 6 hr shifts and higher you only get 1- 20 min break total! No other breaks! Ive done many 9 hr days and still only 1-20 min break!! All sales people work ALL areas of store. Keep that in mind. There's ALOT of micro management that happens by store manager. The newer you are the more you get of it although long term employees get it to. It holds you up during rushes then your asked for the food in next sentance ( unrealistic due to being preached to for 5 plus minutes at a time and your standing there listening). Most coworkers are great. College kids ( fellow students) are very helpful. Older - longer employees tend to be judgemental and look down on new ones. ( they were new at one time) . Very click lik
ProsFree uniforms on day 1, 50% off made to order food while working, free coffee-fountain drinks, dark blue jeans allowed.
ConsMICRO MANAGING, Its every step you take, A 20 min break Rediciolus, Scheduled out of your avail alot and its on you to find coverage, many work 6 days a week some 4 hour days some 9 hour days, no full wkends off- alot of wkends on
2.0
Shift Manager | Ligonier, PA | Oct 15, 2016
Fast pace environment and customer focused.
Sheetz is a good company to work for at a salesperson position or for upper management levels. As a salesperson each employee provides an availability schedule that the manager uses to schedule them on a weekly basis so they never get scheduled outside of their availability unless asked under special circumstances. The downside of the salesperson position is that hours are not guaranteed and quarterly bonuses are much smaller (between 50-100 dollars). Upper management levels have set schedules and much bigger bonuses. Middle management titles at the store level are called Shift Supervisors. The plus side of this position is that you are guaranteed 40 hours per week. The down side is the schedule. Middle management works every weekend as part of their set schedule and is responsible for covering call offs, working on their days off and/or working 12 hour shifts. If a weekend day is needed off (or any day for that matter) it must be requested off and if granted hours are short that pay unless one has vacation or personal hours accumulated and wishes to get paid for that day by that means. Also their are 4 shift supervisors at each store and 2 of them are steady midnight shift and 1 of them is 2 midnight shifts that go into 3 afternoon shifts. Bonuses are much smaller than upper management and not much more than a salesperson. The hardest part of the job and the most enjoyable part of the job can be the same thing and that is dependent upon who you are working with th
ProsGreat medical and various insurance packages
Conswork schedule and working condition for middle management
1.0
Supervisor | King George County, VA | Dec 16, 2019
Very stressful place to work. Felt unappreciated.
I worked for this company for 2 years. I went above and beyond, and I shed literal blood sweat and tears into that place. This store is off a major highway. The summer there is terrible because of the traffic. We were always short staffed during the worst time which made it hard to give complete TCF or even run the kitchen properly. Anybody who stopped here usually stood in a line that went way down one of the aisles. There's usually only one person on register. And getting somebody else to come help is nearly impossible when it's busy. The bathrooms are typically gross because we don't have someone who can stop right away to go take care of it, so it doesn't become a priority. Management does not care about people who steal from the store. Proper food handling procedures were not done right by some employees because of carelessness. Which meant that some of the food that went out was undercooked or completely unsatisfactory. This store deserves every bad review it gets, every bad grade that it gets by its companies QA inspector. I felt very unappreciated by management and at most times wanted to give up on that place. They hire a lot of kids still in high school and that being said they aren't determined or motivated the way that we need them to be. That makes it very hard to train them and do everything that I needed to as well. Management only cared about her shift (1st) and did not properly staff 2nd. Overnight had only two people working in the store. Which meant that t

Questions And Answers about Sheetz

What is the best part of working at Sheetz?
Asked Dec 2, 2019
The best part about working at Sheetz is the consistency, the people, and the culture. Since I have started working at Sheetz the people have been very friendly, which is a big difference from other places that I have worked at. The work doesn't feel like work, I have fun working at Sheetz.
Answered Jul 5, 2022
The best parts of working at sheetz is The employee discount
Answered Jul 4, 2022
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Sheetz a better place to work?
Asked Jan 27, 2018
I applied for the #330 whitehall location. Midnight shift is short staffed and are stressed out. Refrigerators are not working... All drinks are warm... Many shelves need facing and nothing is stocked... A lot of damaged products on the shelfs need to be damaged out and processed. Overall the store needs to be restocked.... Faced up and cleaned down. The kitchen floor needs cleaning along with the counter ive already seen... My suggestion... Create a simple 3 day program for saftey and basics upon hire... Increase productivity by HIRING staff .... Floor and stock operations...kitchen and checkout... Everyone trained on point of sale system.... STOP LETTING NO SHOWS SHOW UP LATER ON .....keep 25-50 applications on hold and create a productive staff.... Consistency is such a big factor..
Answered Aug 24, 2021
I accidentally pressed submit before my answer was done but I would like to finish that I would give more credit where credit is due and we have pins etc.to award people ,when there acknowledged its nice to be noticed on a job well done.But other then that I love my job so ty for being for the employees and being a awesome place to work!!!
Answered Jun 5, 2021
How did you get your first interview at Sheetz?
Asked Jun 27, 2016
I applied on indeed and was invited to their job fair today. I also made sure I applied on their website before attending the hiring event. I was then interviewed by a store manager and the DM. I was made an offer on the spot.
Answered May 24, 2021
I applied directly to the Sheetz Jobs website and got a call within 2 hours! I was scheduled for an interview and was hired by the end of the week.
Answered May 18, 2020
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Sheetz?
Asked Jan 16, 2018
It can be a high maintenance job but it's been a great job for income if you struggle with team work or get easily flustered its better not to work here because it will drive you crazy
Answered Jul 5, 2022
Best advice I can give is to skip the interview and look elsewhere.
Answered Jun 7, 2020
What is a typical day like for you at Sheetz?
Asked Mar 14, 2020
It could be irritating but at the end of the day, it’s worth it.
Answered Jul 4, 2022
Go in clean and make food
Answered Jun 27, 2022