Big Gulp Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Big Gulp was a 32-oz. cups hit stores in 1976, allowing customers to quench their thirst with a giant serving of whatever soft drink they chose. The Big Gulp was such a hit that consumers asked for a container that would fit into their car's cup holders. It even spawned larger cups: the Super Big Gulp (44 oz.), the Double Gulp (64 oz.) the X-Treme Gulp (52 oz.) and the Team Gulp (128 oz. or 1 gallon).

7-Eleven dispenses over 38 million gallons of soda per year, making it an inevitable topic of discussion within the obesity debate in America.

Recently a member from REDITT under the name of u/TheInternetOfficer91 complained about Big Gulps price raise: "Big gulp and Gulp price raise. In my area, Big Gulps and Gulps are now $1.39 and $1.09 respectively. This lines up with the before gap of 60 cents between a Big Gulp and a Super Gulp but now I cant go to 7/11 for a great $1 drink and now have to have a dollar and 2 quaters"

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Current Employee - Field Consultant says

"Zero work life balance. Management is filled with yes man’s. If you have a life outside of work spouse, children etc you will definitely feel the pressure. You are on call 24!hours a day. You are actually earning less than minimum wage based upon the hours you actually work."

Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) says

"I worked here for a month, the owner is super handsy. Punches and kicks his employees. I put in a 2 week notice, and couldn't even stick with it due to the owner/manager.nonelow pay, uncomfortable environment."

Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"The manager is horrible. they have rodents that crawl over their food, that they serve to customers. Store is barley clean. Some staff is horrible to customers."

Sales Associate (Current Employee) says

"7-Eleven is the worst place to ever work I wouldn’t go back if they paid me one million dollars to work there they don’t care about their employees all they care about is profitNoneThey cut hours"

Cashier customer service (Former Employee) says

"I worked night shift day shift morning shift all back to the back in one week! I was a fill in a my manager only paid me 8.49, working night shift I thought have gotten more and the fact I didn’t have a set schedule NoneEverything"

Sales Associate (Current Employee) says

"It could just be my location, but there is no schedule, everyone is always on call, manager and owner do not care about employees. The work is easy, but staff comes and goes due to poor work environment and management yelling at employees. No chance for a promotion. No breaks scheduled, no free stuff, no benefits. Close to home, some good employees.No breaks, rude customers, terrible management"

Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) says

"So two different females was assaulted by two different customers in different days of the week , and management made sure to check on how the one employee made sure she was okay and did a whole full investigation . I find it unfair on how they look at other hard working employees."

Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"Owner is a really shady character. Has no sense of running a business. Leaves new employees on there own to fend for themselves and pressure them to do job tasks that are illegal. Wouldn't recommend to work for this company. Cooperate doesn't even back up the employee.NoneNo breaks/ you get cheated out of hard earn money"

Cashier (Current Employee) says

"Manager always always believe you late everyone comes in late people do what they want to do you have no security they don't pay you good at all and I try to take advantage I'm having you on the ship red right by yourselfFree soda at StarThey want you to be cashier and security guard at the same time"

Sales Associate (Current Employee) says

"after working for 2 completely different 7 elevens, I realized the problem was 7eleven itself. Managers care very little about you and you are nothing but a slave to them. Pay is pathetic compared to any other gas stations and one person usually has to do everything. Definitely not a job for when you have actual life goals. I ended up here because of the virus closing my actual job, and can't wait to get out of this place.Free sodaEverything"

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"I was hired to be trained as assistant manager. After a couple of days they found out I could cook and threw me into a tiny kitchen cooking chicken all day. The other cook left do they left me there. I kept inquiring about my training. Senior female employees were nasty and backstabbing. They were filling in as assistant and didn’t want to lose their place so they kept me in the kitchen then night shift. Lots of theft from locals. After a year I left. Couldn’t take it anymore. Manager did nothing to help. Constant turnover of staff. Disgusting No breaksNo breaks"

Encardado nocturno (Former Employee) says

"Sueldo bajo. Poca o nula atención al cliente interno(los empleados). Pésima gerencia y gestión de cultura laboral.NingunoTodo lo anterior"

Store Manager (Former Employee) says

"upper managment are for the most part privileged, entitled, or incompetent. They are inefectives at giving clear and concise direction so they look for insignificant way to dehumanized and undermined their best performer so they don't have to pay them teir worth..."

Store Manager (Former Employee) says

"District and field consultants expect miracles with no coverage in stores and expect you to work all day into next Business day, with no break if you have call outs.NoneEverything about company"

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"I will never recommend working at any 711 in Elizabeth City NC. They don't care about their employees or customers. No raises, overworked, no opportunities to move up.NonePay not good, no benefits, overworked"

Associate (Former Employee) says

"The company 7-11 I worked at is horrible, they treat their employee's with no support or human resources at all. No breaks, no sitting, no support.badNoneNo breaks, no sitting down, no health care provisions, no real safety training, no osha requirements however is posted, no support, bad pay, treated like a dog"

Cashier (Current Employee) says

"This is a very stressful job. Get cussed out and yelled at daily from customers. Poor management. I was promised a dollar an hour raise if I stayed after 2 weeks. Its been 2 months no raise. My manager consistently forgets to put my shift differential ($1/hour) in my paycheck and adds it as extra bonus to my next paycheck. Always short staffed. I was forced to wear a shirt that was 2 sizes to small for 2 months. I work night shift. Day shift doesn't do any cleaning. When I get there everything is a wreck, counters, floors, bathrooms, cooler hasn't been stocked all day and its really busy and I'm the only one there. The manager is there but doesn't make people do there job. Dayshift sits down on crates when not waiting on customers but nightshift gets yelled at if store isn't clean next morning. This particular 7 eleven is franchise and the owner employs his family and they don't do anything while the rest of us work like dogs for almost nothing.noneno breaks, must eat in between customers, low pay, no benefits"

Team Associate (Current Employee) says

"Not what I expected, but hey it pays the bills.Owners are rude and will over work you if you allow itCorporate guy is very nice and respectful......Free Drinks that dispenseOwners try to work you like slaves and are rude"

Assistant Manager (Current Employee) says

"0 out of 10. They just get whatever they want from you. They make you do all the hard work and never get paid fairly. People who are new hired are getting paid more."

Store Associate (Current Employee) says

"They pay you barely above min wage but expect you to be there all the time and be able to be there if 1 person calls in regardless what shift you work.NoneThey are lazy"

Team Lead (Former Employee) says

"Working for the corporate side of 7-11 is not recommended. My specific store manager was incompetent. Rarely showed up to work on time. Left employees working busy shifts by themselves. No breaks and no lunch even when working 8+ hrs a day. Corporate does nothing with employee complaints against management. Was asked to work off the clock. Was promoted 2x. My raises never showed up on my checks. Manager neglected to send in paperwork. Employees are treated terrible by area managers. Do not work for the corporate side of 7-11. You’d be better off finding a franchise owner that takes pride in their store. Beware of some of those too. They can be bad depending on the owners.NothingWill suck the life out of you"

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