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A big welcome to the Beautiful Petrol community! Do members of the public realise how hard Petrol Station staff work? Or do they think we just chill out the whole shift drinking lattes behind the counter? Wouldn't that be great? But that is far from the truth. Working in a petrol station is often hard physical labour and the public just don't see it. Staff have real responsibility, authorising petrol pumps, refusing tobacco or alcohol to customers who shouldn't have it and handling substantial sums of cash are just run of the mill tasks to us and that is not even mentioning the relentless shelf stacking. It's a good job, we are normally with other trusted staff colleagues who are a pleasure to work with and of course we have promotion prospects open to us! So why the website? We need support, we need conversation and informal discussion of the issues that count and often that just can't happen for real on Corporate infrastructure!