Did the same thing every day, learned everything to do with Perkins' Baking and Prepping except using the slicer. Management changed often but didn't really effect my work. Close-knit co-workers. Hardest part was "Cleaning Day" when we'd scrub everything, floor to ceiling (didn't like working with bleach...). Most enjoyable part was the people.
A fun place to work at. Nice staff and great customers.
Hostess (Current Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 25 January 2014
The hours are flexible and my co-workers are fun to work with. I have been fully trained on serving with all different sized trays. Something I had never done before. The management has been very good to me trying to accommodate me with as many shifts as possible. I love working with the customers the most. My regulars are great! The hardest part of the job is that I don:t get enough shifts. I would like to have full time work which they can:t give to me at this time.
I've never had a job where I can truly say that I enjoyed it yet. It's sad to see that someone would tell you that if you're not in the "A" team and not up to par then they don't want you in their team.
Line Cook (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 6 November 2012
The day shift is sloppy but we get the job done and keep people fed and happy its fast and rushed when we have a bus but it's great !! Night shift is slow and quiet its easy to keep clean not many orders unless theres a bus both shifts have great people to work with
Hostess (Former Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 10 October 2012
Slow, mostly consisted of cleaning. I learned how to run a cash register. Co-workers were selfish and lazy, not very friendly. Was trying to stay organized, not very team orientated. It was a bakery, free goodies.