Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee), Fort McMurray, AB – February 1, 2013
Pros: the hours!
Cons: horrible management.
The supervisors are young and very immature. The boss doesn't take good care of place. I don't know how they get by with the health inspector, it's super unsanitary. I learned what I don't like in a job.
good work placeand people interaction a plus and a must
cashier (Former Employee), Gananoque, ON – January 17, 2013
Pros: good boss to work for
Cons: very hectic.... but i loved it
i loved working here for this company it was very fast paced and it gave me many different types of experiences as far as working in different areas ....i had to learn to train others to be employees and i also was a baker....had to do cakes and other ice cream varietys ...i was also a cook and cashier and balanced flaots and made deposit drops and – more... did schedules for my boss as well as tannis food orders – less
The best productive deed was giving a fine satisfactions to everyone specially the costumers and the people involved
Grill Cook (Former Employee), Red Deer, AB – December 31, 2012
In everyday work was really full of exercise and knowledge to be feed up. What I've learned is that the everything is controlled by one settled time and it was mix with rules and regulation as like in personal lives. There is no hardest part of the job, unless you think to give up.
CREW LEADER (Former Employee), Port Perry, ON – December 13, 2012
Typical day at work: assigned tasks to employees, served customers, worked in the kitchen and cleaned work area. counted float. Closed store What I learned: Leadership Management: was trusting and efficient Most enjoyable: serving customers, and leading team to be its best
Grill Staff/ Cleaner (Former Employee), Quesnel, BC – November 17, 2012
Pros: got to eat whatever while yuur working
Cons: short hours
I liked Dairy Queen, But at first my hours got cut back alot and made barely any money, not even enough to pay my rent, get groceries, and bills. But my hours were getting better and i was making the money i should of been.
Manager (Current Employee), Mississauga, ON – November 12, 2012
A typical day at work would be serving customers to their satisfaction I have gained confidence and built excellent customer service skills Management is well organized, i have worked my way up to management over the years and my coworkers are very friendly and hardworking. The hardest part of my job i would say would be dealing with unsatisfied customer. The – more... most enjoyable part would be customers leaving with happy – less
was fun at times and did a lot of service and talking to people
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee), Claresholm, AB – November 7, 2012
Pros: we got 50% off all the time
Cons: i worked mornign till close unless it was a school day
usually long because id work from mornign till close iv learned more talking skills with people and learning how to get along with difficult people and situations my co-workers were usually good to get along with the hardest part at first was trying to make ice creams meeting new people and making DQ treats
Cashier (Current Employee), Surrey, BC – September 20, 2012
Pros: free drinks
Cons: no medical benefits
In a morning shift, I would clean the tables, check if the blizzard toppings need to be filled, help serve customers. Also, check if the cups, straws, cones, lids need to be filled. In the night shift, I would also need to take out the garbage, mop the floors, and check if anything needs to be filled. I learned that the work at Dairy Queen can get repetitive – more... but practice makes perfect. My co-workers are easy to get along with. We help out each other with the orders. The hardest part of the job is dealing with certain customers. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with a team of good co-workers. – less