Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 15 January 2018
It tests your speed and ability to be more fast paced. Not a place for people not willing to learn from mistakes. They have a program after 6 months which you get discounts on entertainment and such which I found great. Overall a challenging place.
At KFC I did fast pace work. I worked in the kitchen as a cook. During my work expierience at KFC I gathered valuable work experience, such as working under pressure, and paying attention to large orders.
fast food kind of sucks… its hard work, under pay, strict rules…. it isn't an ideal job. id rather be at mcdonalds, highly disorganized… i have to keep typing to get my characters up, i hope this is enough.
Working at KFC was fun to me, it was my first job & i was working as a cashier, I learned alot of things that school didnt even teach me, Only thing that i didnt like about working there was the employees were rude & our lunch break was like 20 mins.
Alertness. First and foremost, cashiers need to be aware and alert at all times.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Philippines – 10 January 2018
Cashier plays very important role in the field of banking. The job of cashier includes many things and it is job of accuracy. They have to interact with customer on daily basis for solving queries, handling money etc. These are some common responsibilities of cashier.Friendliness. ... Trustworthiness. ... Math Skills. An understanding of hard work. I have worked in low-paying, high demand jobs that require I be on my feet for 8 or more hours a day, moving, talking, and engaging. ... Multitasking. ... Communication. ... Problem Solving. ... Active Listening. ... Leadership.
Head Cook (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 9 January 2018
Run by middle-aged, crotchety, sad people and filled with younger, crotchety, sad people. A truly awful place to work. I'm not bothering to make the rest of this helpful, because you're wasting my time by making me write this.
Customer Service/Food Preparer (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 6 January 2018
No longer work there. Had job as teen. Had other jobs as a teen. The building is still there but covered in graffitti and bordered up. Have no idea what else to say because indeed will not let me do anythig else until I write a review for every job I've had as well as write a mini essay.
Cashier/cook (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 December 2017
The best part about the job was the employee discount and taking breaks because we had to work under hot temperatures due to the heat made my the kitchen appliances and it would get tiring. I learned how to take orders as cashier and prepare customers food as well.
Janitor/Cleaner (Former Employee) – Freeport – 29 December 2017
My job was simple, restock everything before closing and clean the floors and tables, along with taking out the trash. At times the job seemed uninteresting and there are other times where it can seem fun and loud
Cashier (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 27 December 2017
Family owned in Lethbridge. Constant contact with owners. A typical day at work was busy and fast paced. Management was strict about up selling. The best part about the job was telling fellow vegetarians that they can substitute beans in any of tacos on the menu. I learned how to work with co-workers that I do not get along with well so that it does not affect the flow of the work place. The hardest part of my job was describing the taste of the products that had meat in them. The management on all levels was amazing to work with.