Pros: fast paced, always something to do, benefits for full time workers, awesome people you meet (employees and customers)
Cons: communication failure, benefits take a long time to start, failure to actually talk to your employees on a corporate to regular employee level.
Tim Hortons is a great place to work, I met a lot of really hard working people through my employment with this company. The least hard working in the whole building? Management. Maybe it's not like that with ALL of the stores across Ontario, in fact, I bet most of them are alright. But any manager I've ever come across through this company has been – more... lazier than anybody I've ever met, and I was a training supervisor who has a definite good grasp on work ethics.
TDL cares for it's employees, and it has rules and regulations in play for standards not being met. I would work for this company again in a heart beat, but I would definitely talk to the employees first, just to see what they think of their employers. – less