The new Franchisee lacks business skills and tact with employees. He is also mentally ill, claiming that the Seven Eleven that he owns is the only Seven Eleven ever, which makes no sense. He also claims that I stole money from the register. If anything I saved him money by stopping a robbery. He actually had the nerve to yell at me for stopping a robbery because he wanted return customers. I was later mugged because of stopping the robbery by the same people. After seeing a franchise owner transition, I would work for the original interim manager from corporate, and Seven Eleven, but not the new Franchisee. He also forced me to explain basic business law to him which I cannot do because I went to Law School and don't have my Juris doctorate, which could cause me to be sued. On top of that he has refused to give me my final wages, which is illegal, and because of a verbal confrontation with him causing me to quit I cannot get housing, unemployment, food stamps, or general assistance. Now I have to live under a bridge and eat literally off the street and out of trash cans.
It was a fun place to work for the most part. Clean and up to date with products. Most customers were friendly. A steady pace of traffic in and out. It had most things people might need. The only negative thing I could think of is how you sometimes have rude customers coming in with attitudes for no apparent reason at all.
I have worked for 7eleven for a few years. I had terrible experience having to cover people's shifts for them. I felt that these were management issues in hiring dependable people. If I had worked a whole 8 hours why would I be subjected to having to cover someone else's mistakes. After all I have children also and they need care as well. Which I felt obligated to cover being the one of the few that were dependable in that given situation. I did like the job just felt I was under paid for the work.