Pros: paid parking, teaching/training
Cons: pay rate
A typical day at work begins with going through a store checklist to make sure it is ready for the morning rush. Prepare staff with a daily objective. Perform a figure 8 around the store to make sure store is clean, staff are doing what they are supposed to, and observe guest perception. After being on the floor helping with the morning rush I begin my manager work in the office (daily check lists, reviewing logs, working on schedules etc.).
Our location has a manger, two assistant managers, and a few part-time supervisors. The manager is new to Tim Horton's as of this past summer, therefore I do a lot more manager work than my job description requires.
I get along with all my co-workers, we are more like a family.
The hardest part of my job is not to stress out. It can be overwhelming some days but nothing I cannot handle.
The most enjoyable part of my job is accomplishment. There is always something new to learn being on a management team. There is nothing I love more than expanding my knowledge and experience.