Sheetz has raised employee wages by $3 per hour through April 13, according to a press release from the company.

“Our employees are the heart and soul of Sheetz and their commitment to serve our customers and communities as an essential business during this critical time has been nothing short of extraordinary,” said Travis Sheetz, president and chief operating officer of Sheetz Inc. “This special compensation is just one way to express our gratitude during this difficult time.”

The company has also suspended self-serve coffee, self-serve fountain beverages, fresh brewed tea, frozen drinks and F’Real milkshakes and self-serve bakery items. They are also routinely disinfecting frequently touched areas such as door handles and gas pumps. 

Sheetz is also hiring and currently has 1,300 open positions across its states of operation, including several part-time and full-time openings in Frederick County. Those interested can apply at jobs.sheetz.com

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(7) comments

Russian

$18 dollars an hour is hardly enough to work in a public place during a pandemic

Kelpfarming

Gee, so 3 dollars more will pay the bills when you are sucking wind?

Russian

$3 more to suck Covid?

francesca_easa

Hey Sheetz. Keep the wages at $3/hour more after the virus. All you have to do is raise the cost of the coffee, sandwiches, and other grab and go items by 10 cents. You do a whopping business, so I know this is doable. We appreciate all the hard work of the Sheetz staff and everyone else who has to still keep showing up to work everyday.

steelersfan2005

Sadly they probably wont, but it is nice to see them stepping up, now if other stores would follow suit, that would be good thing to see.

jsklinelga

steelerfan

Actually they may be following Wawa's lead who did this last week. Do you think any of this would be possible if the companies did not know that financial help was forthcoming?

bgreenway

Ha! They're not doing it to be "nice"; they have 1300 openings! They can 't get folks now at their miserable wages. I guarantee those wages won't stay up once we are through this~ that is unless, workers fight, stage a strike, organize a union, etc.

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