Sheetz President and CEO Joe Sheetz says the convenience store giant not only tries to offer the sameas its competitors, but tries to customize perks to suit its young workers, many of whom work relatively few hours.
So even part-timers are eligible for health, dental and vision benefits, as well as for 401(k) matches, employee stock ownership and quarterly bonuses.
Employees of the chain’s 460 stores who achieve milestones can score rewards like a two-day, all-expenses-paid resort retreat. And those who volunteer in their communities could be selected to work on projects with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Co-workers participate in friendly sandwich-making competitions that can earn them cash prizes and recognition among their peers.
Contact: Monica Jones of Sheetz, (814) 941-5183.
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