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I work at a 7-Eleven, so what I will say is this. 7-Eleven employees do not get breaks, benefits, or the respect for the most fundamental labor laws. I was hired full-time, $10 bucks an hour. But the shift I work is always left with doing things which were suppose to have been done by the prior shift, and this is doing the work of two people yet only being paid for the work of one. They say It's a team, but this means everyone is doing their part. The 7-Eleven in Roosevelt N.Y. is poorly managed, the manager only shows up when the owner does. To effectively manage there should be a managerial presence on all three shifts, at least 2 1/2 hours per shift.
I was comfortable the first few weeks I worked at this store. But then my hours were cut back, until one of my co-workers left. I was told to keep expired and out dated food on the shelves. I was told to continue selling scratch off tickets even though we were sent a message to stop as there were no more winners. I was left alone on 3rd shift most of time. The only employee in a bad neighborhood over might dealing with drunks and addicts. Thus is the normal procedure for store 11080. I left finally. It was dangerous and stressful.