Second Cook (Former Employee) – Nethelands remote site – August 7, 2016
: 12 to 13 hours of work : I have learned few Brazilian soups and indonesian food : Management were very supportive : We do have a harmonious relationship with fellow co-workers : Hardest part was pleasing all their needs : The most enjoyable part was I enjoy my job and learn from mistake and I travel with free and end of the month with pay.
housekeeping (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – January 28, 2014
enjoying the company of the fellow co-workers and the customers that I will be engaging with. hardest part of the job would be knowing I didn't help someone in need. the best part of the job is knowing I am making a differences even if it is only a small difference.
Assistant unit manager (Former Employee) – Whitehorse, YT Canada – August 7, 2014
been working for this company for over 6 years its been stable and secure, the people are great the culture is very diverse the benefits are great I get to enjoy life and work and make money steadily with a great work life balance
Cook (Current Employee) – Kingston, ON – January 7, 2013
Everyday I prepare meals for up to 800 students. I also work in the catering department and I prepare gourmet meals, hors d'oeuvres, and even prepare small services, such as sandwich platters, veggie, fruit and cheese platters. I like my job very much. I love cooking.
SUPERVISOR, FOOD STAND (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – November 19, 2012
I would supervise employees with procedures and safe food handling practises. Provide training if needed. Responsible for inventory, paperwork, counting registers and deposits at close. If needed perform cashier functions
Cashier (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – July 30, 2012
I was a cashier, handled lots of money. Very fast paced environment. Also, was in a tim hortons working, also very fast paced. No stopping for 5 hours at a time. Hardest part of the job would be the management.