manager (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 22 May 2017
location i worked at was run by friends, so atmosphere was always fun. but we were always out of products and everything that broke never got fixed. Pretty easy to move up in position. but not so easy getting raises.
Cook (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 14 May 2017
dairy queen was a great place to work during highschool i had many co workers to talk to that were my age and work wasn't to hard and my manager let me work untilll 10 or 11 when i worked so i could go to school the next day or stay late
customer service/front (Former Employee) – Terrace, BC – 12 May 2017
god place to work, fun place, great bosses,i would recommend working there, bosses were kind and fair, learned lots of supervising skills, and lots of other skills i can take through the course of life
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Cole Harbour, NS – 10 May 2017
Good place to work. Its a fun job and it's a busy fast paced workplace. You have to have good customer service skills. The management is great and are always very understanding. The hardest part about working there is customers getting mad over silly things.
Food Service Supervisor (Current Employee) – Summerland, BC – 8 May 2017
Fun to work at, will definitely work for people who are willing to stay in a company like this for a long time. Unfortunately, I have different long term plan with my career. But for an entry level job, DQ is one of the best !
Till operator, Ice-cream assembler, Server (Former Employee) – Salmon Arm, BC – 5 May 2017
During my time working(summer of 2015- spring 2016) at Salmon Arm Dairy Queen Grill and Chill that store manager was Brent. Brent hand not been given the proper full training of the operations of a Dairy Queen restaurant, but over did manage to gather a good base of employees by winter. Over the summer of 2015 the quality, productivity, and efficiency of the restaurant improved greatly under this new management. Though Brent had good relations with the common employees had short falling with higher workers and this outlet is now under new management once again.
50% of food, while on shift, 3 cakes 50% 3 times a year, half a hour unpaid lunch
Constant new staff, long full hours of summer, half staff let off every fall, few and far between shift during winter of nothingness
Server (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 May 2017
I had no stable hours and the teenagers working either let you stay or sent you home. I hardly worked 40 hours a week as I was told and never got my raise I was promised. It was ok when it was busy as we had some nice regulars.