A good job for young people
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 15 September 2016
It's fairly easy to move up but the salary increase is not worth the extra work at all. Once you have made it past the probation it's really hard to get fired so the job security is good. Schedule flexibility sucks once you get good at the job and it's next to impossible to get a sick day they get you to call people to see if they will cover your shift for you and it really sucks doing that when you're actually sick. For me, I will go in sick, injured, whatever but if I'm calling in and missing out on money worrying about having someone cover my shift is not pleasant especially when almost everybody at the job also goes to school. Being there for a few years I thought I'd be expecting more money per hour but that's not the case I got a raise almost a year ago and it seems to be stuck where it is now. Between being nice to rude customers and babysitting other employees by telling them to get off their phones, stop talking for so long so we can get things done then you can talk, please speak English I've been told to tell you all to, etc. it's just a horrible place to work - for me, in my opinion. It's a really good place to work if you're a teenager and want some extra money for doing fairly easy work but for somebody whose older and has responsibilities and has bills to pay not at all. The most enjoyable part of the job is nice customers and staff, seeing the clock and knowing you're going home soon, and pay day.
40% off up to 1 meal while on shift
Doesn't pay much more with expectations of lots more work to be done