Good compensation, poor training, mixed management.
Cook (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 September 2017
- Good compensation and benefits thanks to a decent union. - 8-hour shifts, overtime pay for extra hours. - Working culture is mostly positive. - Perpetual under staffing, minimal training. Not always clear what your responsibilities are. - Management will either be helpful or make your life a nightmare, depending on how much they like you. - Mods like you've never seen.
Granite Club is an outstanding Sport and Hospitality environment to work in. With the flexibility in shifts, meal coverage, benefits and staff events really makes you feel as if it is a home away from home.
Lead Counsellor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 July 2017
Teach the kids how to learn a particular sport, responsible for watching them the entire shift. I learned how to keep the children entertained for a long time. The management is very good, they keep a very good relationship with their staff.
Server/Cashier (Former Employee) – Bayview Village, ON – 9 May 2017
I'm currently in f&b. management and supervisors in this department are very rude the don't care about the employees at all. The are very selfish. These people are the worst management I have ever worked for.The supervisor can barely speak English. Employees work like slaves. No weekends.
GEAR ATTENDANT (Current Employee) – North York, ON – 4 May 2017
The Granite Club is a family oriented environment for members and employees. I have no complaints about my position here and look forward to my time working at the Granite Club. The management is always reasonable, and understanding. It is by far, my favourite work environment in all my 4+ years of working.
Fast-paced, demanding work environment, friendly colleagues.
Executive Assistant to the CEO & GM (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 April 2017
High profile employer that provides a very enjoyable working experience; a lot of very nice people, friendly and smiling at all times. Situated in a beautiful uptown area. The requirement for excellence reflects in all areas of activity to preserve the prestige and tradition. Employees must maintain a professional appearance and a perfect demeanor at all times in relation to their both their peers and members. Privacy and confidentiality are mandatory. Some long hours are required. Decent pay and good benefits. Accessible by TTC, ideally one should drive to work; parking is free for all employees. There is a major concern for health and safety for employees and members alike at all times; everyone is accountable for safe work practices and the control of physical hazards in their areas. Training and orientation sessions are very well organized, thorough, informative and gratifying. All in all, a very desirable place to work in provided that one is a good fit to the culture.
complimentary meals, workout sessions during lunch hour
Breakfast Cook (Former Employee) – Stouffville, ON – 10 March 2017
Worked at the golf course 3 years ago. Typical hierarchical behavior . staff were unsupportive, and unfriendly. Chef yelled his face off and lost temper on a regular basis. Pay is low.. Not recommended for new students as this place may ruin what should be a positive experience for a first job, unless you've got thick skin. Yet they hire many students. 😫
Server (Former Employee) – All three restaurants. – 23 June 2016
Service is robotic. Remove as much human as you can from yourself, and you'll fit in perfectly. And I was there for over 3 years. Brutal. And endless management changes, each time each one, with something to prove. Ugh.
Member Services Duty Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 February 2016
8 hour shift day, good perks, Staff is friendly and engaged. Management and peers are sharks. You always have to watch your back. Department is very heavy with policies and procedures with verbiage taking the fun of organic customer service.