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Friday, December 7, 2012

Sheetz Best Place To Work In Pennsylvania

Sheetz, Inc., announced today it has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania for the eleventh year in a row. Ranked number 16 this year, the convenience restaurant chain is the only retailer to be included among 100 top companies and is one of only three businesses ever to make the list more than 10 consecutive years.

"We are honored to receive this award for the eleventh time because it means we are doing something right," says Stan Sheetz, president and CEO of Sheetz, Inc. "It's meaningful because our employees like working with us and are happy to share that enthusiasm through the Best Places surveys year after year."

Companies from across the state were reviewed in a two-part process to determine the 100 Best Places to Work in PA. First, the committee looked at each nominated company's workplace policies, practices, philosophies, systems and demographics. The second part consisted of an employee survey to measure their experiences. The employee assessment is weighed most heavily in this process. The combined scores then determine the companies' final ranking.

Four hundred Sheetz employees provided feedback on their workplace experience. Stan Sheetz says the award also reflects the respect and team work that is part of the company's culture from top management to employees at all 225 stores across Pennsylvania.

"I personally can't wait for the day when our employees are happier arriving at work each day than when they are leaving," adds Stan Sheetz. "That we have consistently made the Best Places list for over a decade means we are getting closer all the time to reaching that goal."

In order to be considered for the ranking, companies must be for-profit or not-for-profit, be publicly or privately held and have at least 250 employees. The company must also have a facility in the state and be in good standing with Commonwealth agencies under the governor's jurisdiction.

Established in 1952 in Altoona, Pennsylvania, Sheetz, Inc. is one of America's fastest growing family-owned and operated convenience restaurant chains, with more than $6 billion in annual revenue and more than 15,000 employees. The company operates 432 locations throughout Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, Ohio and West Virginia. Sheetz provides an award-winning menu of MTO® subs, sandwiches and salads, which are ordered through unique touch-screen order point terminals. Sheetz currently ranks on the Best Places to Work list in North Carolina, Ohio and Virginia, and has been on the list in Pennsylvania for 11 consecutive years. All Sheetz convenience restaurants are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. For more information, visit www.sheetz.com.

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Anonymous said...

Your telling me Emporium Specialties,Level 3,or Morgan AM &T didn't make it.What about Empereon?What a crying shame!

LOL said...

12/7@8:53 LOL. love the dry sarcasm!

Anonymous said...

I started out working at Sheetz back in the late 80's when the Port Store first opened. While there were things that I didn't agree with at the time(like selling cigs to minors and being told we'd be fired if we carded them)I did learn a great deal there and wouldn't be where I am today if it weren't for that first job.

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Anonymous said...

Walmart treats it's workers like the white man treated slaves before Abe freed them.

Anonymous said...

5:21 you should work for obuma and fight these no good rich business's that employ 1000's of people!

Anonymous said...

I love Sheetz! :)