Key Holder (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 11 June 2017
You rarely see the manager. Everything that happens in store is your responsibility. She won't tell you that though. She doesn't pay employees on time, just when she feels like coming to the store. No direct deposits, just cheques. She has probably never heard of or read the Employment Standards Act. A typical day would be you and another employee working alone until the evening staff come in. The staff is lazy, the manager is non existent. We serve smaller portions than the other stores and that's often the topic for most customers.
One free meal and drink per shift.
Laughable management. Bad hours. No communication. Lazy staff.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 7 June 2017
Always busy. Only one cashier at the counter (me) I'd have to keep taking the orders along with refilling sauce bottles and putting in fries and taking them out. I learned a lot: multitasking, being on pace and problem solving.
fun workplace with Pharaohs and Sumerians decor and nice tables
Cashier and food services (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 4 May 2017
Working part time as cashier and do food services in the same time. Also cleaning tables when needed and at the end of shift with cleaning washrooms at the end of the shift. Plus counting money when the manager is not there. I learned more about cashing with improve my costumer services. Improve organizing workplace as well. The management was good with improving everyday. Fun and nice workplace mixed with Arabic and Canadian environment. Hardest part of the job was woking supper fast in cashing and serving food during busy days like Thursdays and Fridays. Nice relationship with all employers and helping each other when needed.
working extra 15-20 minutes without paying after the shift
Great work experience ranging from customer service to cooking and time management.
Kitchen Supervisor (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 10 February 2017
A great time with a fun staff and teaches time management and how to cooperate as a team unit and also as an individual. Teaches how to cook and improve upon skills such as food preparation and knife skills.
CASHIER (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 February 2017
I think that it was an excellent place to work at; my coworkers were fun and hard working, and fairly lenient if I made a mistake. It is worth noting that they do not speak English as a first language, so be prepared for that. If you're someone like me, who doesn't mind this sort of thing, and is willing to adapt to the work environment, then you should have no problem getting along with your coworkers.
Free lunch (make whatever you want) and drink, fun and chill coworkers.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 17 July 2016
Working at osmows, was a great experience. I learned how to work in a fast moving environment, and deal with many types of customers. I learned how to work as a team and solve issues that occurred. Management and co workers were really friendly.
Cashier / Shawarma Maker (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 June 2015
There is a recent change of ownership in the Osmow's Grill downtown. Therefore now the owner also works in store, which only pressurizes everyone in store. Other than that, environment is friendly and the skills are easy to pick up.