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When do I qualify for health and dental benefits?


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After 1 year


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After 6 months if you make it there

Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) - Dieppe, NB

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After 1 year full time

Answered - Supervisor/Baker (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON

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Six months after start (for Tim Hortons)

Answered - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Kitchener, ON

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Yes I did and the benefits are so awesome.

Answered - Counter Attendant (Former Employee) - Belleville, ON

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Only as a full-time employee after probation period

Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Greater Sudbury, ON

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After your probation time.

Answered - Assistant Leader (Current Employee) - Ingersoll, ON

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You qualify for benefits after the 3 month probation time of working

Answered - Tim Hortons Team Member (Former Employee) - Barrie, ON

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Locations differe i think , If im not mistaken its after 3 months of more then 30 hrs a week

Answered - Counter staff (Former Employee) - Belleville, ON

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Tim Hortons don't give health insurance

Answered - Tim Horton's Cashier (Former Employee) - Lachine, QC

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