Pros: Free doughnuts, Free coffee, Flexible for students and those who have other jobs
Cons: Tough job, Little help while working, The manager is a bully
When I worked for Tim Horton's I liked the feeling of accomplishment at the end of the day. I liked getting to know members of the community and seeing our regular customers in the mornings. I liked singing along to the radio as I did my chore. I liked my co-workers when we were not at work. unfortunately, I did not like the job. the work was really difficult and I did not feel supported by a lot of my "team members". The employer is a bully and does not know how to deal with stress other than to pass it around to her fellow workers and she values those that she has a personal attachment to, not the most deserving or hardest workers. The job is stressful itself. You have to keep your area stocked and tidy, keep the garbage empty, keep the pots timed and monitor them closely to make sure the coffee and tea doesn't expire, and at the end of the night, throw away all the left over doughnuts and food. All the while you have to tend to customers and watch your back for the boss lady.