Employee Engagement

U.S. convenience stores conduct 165 million transactions per day, meaning that the industry serves half the population daily. The 2.5 million convenience store employees who serve millions of people on-the-go and have a significant impact on defining how consumers perceive and engage with convenience retailers.

NACS research helps define consumer perceptions of convenience store jobs, the company-level programs that can enhance recruitment and retention and how companies can benchmark their operations with other organizations. NACS also has developed partnerships with world-class organizations that can help members continue to focus on ensuring that their employees are their company and brand’s biggest asset.

Latest News

June 14, 2021
Three Retail Leaders Earn NACS Master of Convenience
Congratulations to Bucher of Casey’s, Gauthier of St. Romain Oil and Price of Love’s Travel Stops.
June 11, 2021
How Can Retailers Increase Labor Productivity?
Convenience Summit Europe explored the Good Jobs Strategy to improve employee outcomes.
April 13, 2021
Sheetz Named One of Fortune’s Best Places to Work
The Pennsylvania retailer opened its first store in the Columbus, Ohio, market today.
March 8, 2021
Lean Into Employee Communications
With stores operating in survival mode, how can retailers align employees and maximize resources?