Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

First in what could become routine audits

LOS ANGELES -- U.S. immigration agents descended on dozens of 7-Eleven stores before dawn Jan. 10 to open employment audits and interview workers in what officials described as the largest operation against an employer under Donald Trump’s presidency, the Associated Press reported. Immigration and...

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QuikTrip lands No. 1 spot and most mentions in top 100 ranking

BOSTON -- QuikTrip’s Oro Valley, Ariz., convenience store has been named the top U.S. pit stop in 2017, according to a new GasBuddy report . The mobile app compiled its Top 100 rankings by combining average c-store brand ratings in the “overall” category with the total number of ratings submitted...

C-store chain will host open interviews to attract entry-level supervisors

ENON, Ohio -- Speedway LLC plans to add 1,000 new managers to its ranks in 2018. The Enon, Ohio-based retailer is recruiting entry-level supervisors, customer-service representatives and foodservice specialists for its more than 2,700 convenience stores. The subsidiary of Marathon Petroleum Corp. (...

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Convenience retailer sees store, office, charitable growth milestones

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Strategies to hold on to a store's best employees

Chain focusing on made-to-order food and face-to-face convenience

How other retail channels are draining the labor pool
Retailers play the recruitment-and-retention long game
Softer employment strategies can bear the most fruit
The challenge to create advancement opportunities