Waitress/Server (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 14 February 2017
A typical day at work would be going into work at 5:00 pm setting up the tables and getting salad bar, soup bowls, dressings etc ready for the Dinner service, I would take peoples orders, serve them their food, clear their plates give their bills and then clean the table and reset for the next set of customers to come in. I would go behind the bar and get my beer and mixed drinks for customers and use the cash register to ring in their bills,
There wasn't really any hard part of the job.Customers were wonderful and I was always quick and ready to do whatever needed to be done for everyone to have a great night.
Server (Current Employee) – Harrow, ON – 28 December 2015
A typical day would be helping the dishwasher and the kitchen get ready. Bring out the food, clean up the dishes. Then when everyone left clean up the kitchen and the rest of the hall. It helped me learn to take charge when needed. I like working with others as it helps get the job done faster, although working independently is good as well because I can go things at my own pace. My co-workers are very nice and have no issues.
Summer Park Attendant, KC Beach (Former Employee) – foam lake, SK – 18 March 2015
work starts at 8 am and ends at 11 pm and you're on call for emergencies during the night. long hours in the sun and dealing with moody campers and only receiving minimum wage. the lake was nice to look at but the work never ended.
Bus Girl (Former Employee) – Stoney Creek, ON – 5 July 2013
- i learned how to get along with others in a work environment - the manager would always help out if there was a problem - the co-workers were very nice and would collaborate with one another - the whole job was very easy - the job was a little stressful and took a lot of energy
Enjoyed volunteering and interacting with the public
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Cornwall, ON – 19 November 2012
A typical day volunteering was fun, I was always looking forward to seeing who I would be working with. I learned how to set tables properly and I managed to carry multiple plates at once. My co-workers were very friendly and I got to meet a lot of different volunteers. The hardest part of the job was trying not to break anything when clearing the tables. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the managers because they were always playing jokes, laughing and making me feel comfortable. I also enjoyed being able to interact with the public, you get to meet a lot of different people.
One of the Largest Fraternal Organizations in the World
Field Agent (Current Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 26 July 2012
-Cold calling skills -Pre-approach concepts -Local management is extremely easy to work for -Co-Workers are team players -Consistent work hours to be able to enjoy family is the hard part -There is the ability to control some of the work hours
Self plannification by the week. Prepare workload for a day. Follow oustanding issues. Answer telephone enquiry Visite selected custumers each day, sales and service. Administrative work at the office. Relieve agency manager on holidays or company assignment. Etc.
Very self rewarding
Depressing environment when deaths and dissabilities occur.