Safe and friendly working environment, competitive salary and benefits, flexible shifts. management is always there to help me in any situation. located at a prime location near to an international airport. helped me gain more skills and tactics to deal with different kind of customers.
When you work at the Esso you are responsible for a lot more than just cashing people out. You need to pay attention to detail, and be confident in multitasking - especially in the summer when there are multiple cars pulling in and out, you can get confused easily.
i learned alot working for esso it was a family owned store so they really took time to teach me everything i needed to learn one on one. some things i leaned were how to cashout at the end of the night.
The night shifts can be tough and sometime I felt like I should be paid more than minimum wage. I started working here at age 17 and it was a good learning experience (customer service, dealing with people).
Being a cashier at Esso was not a very stressful job. You are responsible for balancing the register at the end of your shift as well as assisting customers at the gas bar and those who walk into the shop.
The job and responsibilities are pretty easy to get in the routine. The staff are easy to get along with and are very helpful at training you how to handle certain responsibilities. The hardest part of the job is dealing with angry customers. Now that all Esso gas is prepay in Manitoba, customers have grown more upset about it. So you may have to handle one really angry customer a day. But having an incredibly helpful staff really makes the experience better.
It's a kind of on call 24/7 job you have to be on your toes and learn alot of things System both retail and card lock side all kind of trouble shootings of esso system public dealing should be one of the most imp thing Product knowledge Merchandising