Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 16 February 2018
Started as a part-time cashier and advanced to Assistant Manager. Then advanced to managing Bower Ponds then Innisfail Country Lodge. When contract closed for Innisfail went back to the Red Deer College as Administrative Assistant until position was deleted.
Lead cook (Former Employee) – Olds Alberta – 14 February 2018
The management at Chartwells in Olds expects you too work longer hours than scheduled and not pay for it, ( we do not pay overtime), but stay until your work is completed,!! Management will not help but will yell and diminish you in front of customers.... Not cool
Cook (Former Employee) – Olds, AB – 9 January 2018
The Chartwells family fell apart when new management arrived. I had a secure job, though I was treated poorly in the end. I quit after the Manager sexually harassed me. After I found out that others got into trouble for speaking up, I felt it would have made my situation worse. I wish it was the family it used to be before the previous manager left.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Stephenville, NL – 6 January 2018
I enjoy working for Chartwells..They give you the space to grow and learn new things everyday ..Management is awesome , I could not ask for better .The hours are not long , the work is not hard and the pay is somewhat decent .
Counter Attendant - Tim Hortons (Current Employee) – Halifax, NS – 20 December 2017
Team member that have been there for the longest ridicule new staff. Talking behind your back right beside you and mocking. I found learning the environment to be easy and the customers were great, it was the other staff that was the most difficult to deal with.
Catering/ Food service associate (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 27 November 2017
Benefits only apply if youre fulltime and they tell you this after they hire you. Unstable hours. not paid enough for the work you do. Enormous waste of food Very unorganized work space One of my managers are cool, and the workers are cool in general
Cafeteria Manager (Former Employee) – Campbellford, ON – 6 August 2017
This is a very busy work environment that involves a lot of hustle and bustle. Dealing with the students was the peak of my day. I found that this company had a lot of high expectations for a very low wage. The time off in the summer was great, especially with little kids.
Lead Sous-Chef (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 2 July 2017
Great place to work with fun group of people. There is room to move within the company which is great. The benefits are good but the executive management are very difficult at this location and make it more challenging than what it has to be.
Porter Fanshawe College (Former Employee) – London, ON – 26 May 2017
working as a porter in a college is bound to keep you busy whether it be stocking up the restaurants, serving or cleaning up after caterings or cleaning the different kitchens and restaurants keeping busy was never hard
Director (Former Employee) – Toronto – 24 May 2017
After spending 2 years I decided to leave and it was the best decision. If you are looking for an organisation that doesn't develop its people, is super political and where there isn't an open door policy this is your place
Kitchen Helper (Current Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 10 May 2017
Busy environment, friendly and fun people to work with. I was able to learn how to organize my time better and how to communicate with not only my coworkers but customers as well. It is inside Conestoga Doon campus, which makes it a fun place to work at. Can be difficult due to many students but the managers and the rest of the co-workers make it easier to deal with
Fast Food Cook (Current Employee) – Ada, OK – 4 May 2017
Prepare meals in school cafeteria. Nice friendly management and the culture on the workplace was simply to get the job done in a good time. hardest part of job would be the clean up process afterwards and that wasn't too bad at all. I learned a lot about culinary and a lot of responsibility from this job. I learned how to work better on a team in a work environment. Most enjoyable part of my job would have to be seeing a satisfied customer.
Catering Server (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 24 April 2017
Nice people for the most of it. They work with your school schedule so that is nice. They are not the most organized company though and they don't do the greatest job at training you when you are new. You kind of just get thrown in.
Free food and meals at times.
Can be long hours, on your legs and feet a lot. Can be a very physically tiring job.