Service Station Attendant (Former Employee) – Havelock – 28 October 2014
Great work place.
Very strict on excellent customer service. Which is a fantastic way to be trained. The high standard becomes branded into each staff member and is natural at the end of training.
The supervisors are very understandable and got he extra mile for every customer. The work place has a really nice atmosphere and work hard play hard routine. You gain a really nice and comfortable relationship with everyone.
Forecourt attendant (Former Employee) – Feilding – 9 March 2014
I am a shift supervisor I either open up or close. Food is prepared in the morning before opening. I have a range of duties from customer service to operating the till and customer service and cleaning duties, restocking shelves. I responsible for the running of the service station if the manager is not there on my shift. I have learnt many skills from emergencies to working under pressure to diffusing situations. It is important to get on with the people you work with to create a happy work place also sometimes it is necessary to listen carefully and deal quickly with any issues.The hardest art of the job is the shift work and working in cold weather conditions outside.The enjoyment of meeting people out weighs this
Forecourt Attendant (Former Employee) – Gore, S – 6 July 2013
i started at 6am and worked till 2pm or 2pm till 10pm i learnt how to work well with others, to work a till, put petrol in peoples cars, stocktake and stock shelves i got along with everyone and knew all of them because my mother worked there