Customer Service (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 31 October 2017
overall it was okay to work at, defiantly not a life time career choice but did serve its purpose, Alot of work for such little pay. Was overlooked many times for supervisor position when i was highly qualified. Would not recommend mucho burrito.
Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 27 June 2017
As an employee of Mucho Burrito, I learned very quickly what it was like to be humiliated by my boss in front of customers. When ever I worked an 8 hour shift, I was entitled to one 15 minute break, unless you were a smoker, then you get to break whenever you wanted.
Burrito Maker (Former Employee) – Belleville, ON – 19 June 2017
I realy liked worrking for mucho burrito I just wished the hours had not droped so much so I could haved stayed at that job. the pay was great and my hours were good too when i was there and the owners were vwery nice too.
Line Worker (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 9 June 2017
Everything made at Mucho, as you will learn working there, is very fresh and usually tastes very good. All of the meat, veggies and whatever else is used is always made and prepared fresh. Although management does not give the best shifts, was getting 2-3 three hour shifts per week. Living 15 minutes out of town, that was very inconvenient for me.
Health and Safety Representative & Supervisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 May 2017
Learned customer service skills, outgoing environment. Good communication skills were necessary. Learned how to manage time efficiently to complete tasks. Good management, however there was no room for improvement or advancement.
Table Server/Hostess (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 May 2017
Well i started working at their new shop on Eglinton when Mucho Burrito just started opening around. Back then the food was REALLY good. Everything is made in house and is freshly cooked. It was a minimum wage job so of course you woukd wish to get paid a little but more for thw work you do. Training was done really well. It was a multi-cultural place for thw most part. The crew i worked with was fun the branch manager i didn't like at the time but other then that it wasnt bad.
Dishwasher/Prep Cook (Former Employee) – Airdrie, AB – 18 April 2017
Working here wasn't the greatest, mainly because the restaurant was still newer but the manager was not the greatest. The training wasn't great either. My average day at work consisted of being told to work making food, and then I ended up washing dishes, and I was the slowest so I just washed dishes my whole shift.
Productive fast paste work enviroment, playful staff
Greeting/serving customers/waiting tables (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 19 March 2017
If you enjoy an extremley fast pace work envirnment and thrive in it , then this place is for you. It's a fun loving, popular resturant with overall good hearted staff who's main goal in ensuring that the costumer is provided with best service possible and nothing less.
Good first-time job experience and introduction to customer service
Cashier and Server (Former Employee) – Kanata, ON – 25 February 2017
Mucho Burrito is a good place for first-time job seekers, giving good experience in customer service, food prep/safety, and cashier experience. Would recommend as an entry-level job such as high school or for summer students. Decent hours, however it can be a fast-paced, higher-pressure environment during busy hours like any fast-food restaurant. Management is decent and expectations are fair and clear. Bonding happens pretty quickly with co-workers, positive environment when it comes to team-work. No previous workplace experience is required when applying, although food handling experience is an asset. Bilingualism is not required, however English verbal skills are mandatory. French or Spanish is an asset.