Productive and positive fast paced work envirorment
Server (Former Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 18 June 2014
An overall positive place to work. Management and co workers were easy to get along with and professional and hard working. The hardest part of the job would be being on your feet all day and would be tiring. The easiest part was being pleasant to customers and working well as a team and with others and I also work well under pressure. I also enjoyed making people smile.
Healthy relationship with management and co workers, Fast paced work enviorment and positive place to work
Salary was very low, worked there for almost two years and no raise except for when minimum raise was increased
Customer Service Team Member (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 June 2017
A typical day in Tim it will be dynamic, not boring and so enthusiastic. I learned how to manage my time, and do everything with quality. The managers' team are amazing, they always are motivating their personal. The most enjoyable part of the job is making the new friends, meeting new people every day.
Staff Member (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 June 2017
not compare to other fast food restaurant, where its overnight work and its not busy. only 2 workers at night time. you have more responsibility rather if you work day shift more people less work responsibility.
Productive workplace, some negativity but I was able to look past, Great people to work with.
Team member (Current Employee) – Stratford, ON – 25 June 2017
A typical day at work would be waking up early or staying late which was hard. But i would get there and would be placed wherever, i was able to work any job at the store (excluding baking). Management would be there sometimes but not often. the hardest part of the job would be communication as everyone is working fast pace not caring about what you have to say. The most enjoyable would be getting to have some great customer service background as well as learn life skills.
Front of house staff (Current Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 25 June 2017
the same with any job there is good with the bad. Im hoping that in another city this company will be better. there was alot of polices not being followed in fredericton. also many cases of dating at work or things being as you say "swept under the rug". much was mishandled.
Drive thru (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 25 June 2017
Always on the go the drive thru work is non stop 24/7 work. You won't mind it if you always won't something simple and repetitive to do. People are always nice especially the workers there for the most part.
Staff front/Baker (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 24 June 2017
I like my work honestly, never be free I am doing always doing my job perfectly to correct and finish end time, Our cultural has a diversity, different peoples are working. Hardest job is many time going to freezer and counting and seprate the goods as always. most enjoyble is I always keep clean my work area.
Supervisor and 2nd Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 24 June 2017
Overall good job, just the daily grind of fast food life. Strong sense of store community and like a valued member of the team. Would work for this company again if given the opportunity at a supervisor or management level again
Staff discount and free hot drinks
You have to love working in customer service, because thats all you really do
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 June 2017
I worked at Tim Hortons part-time (More than 8 months) Pros Flexible shifts. Free coffee/tea. Fun environment with always something to do. Never a dull moment. Funny, wierd and regular customers depends on which location you work at. Great for a first job and for students. A good job that keeps you moving and not at one place all the time. I actually lost weight doing this job because it was like a workout. (just don't eat the donuts!) ;) I made many friends there when I … Show More Cons Not for those who cannot handle a fast pace environment. It's busy at times and could be perceived as stressful or fun depending on the person. Not for those who are lazy. A job for young people, not for those who cannot move around much. It's a job for a stepping stone, not to stay for your career.
CUSTOMER SERVICE (Former Employee) – New Glasgow, NS – 24 June 2017
I loved my job at Tim Hortons though I can't say I'm especially fond of Tim Hortons itself. It really depends a lot on the people you work with, lucky for me I had great coworkers. Management though wasn't great, not that they didn't manage the store well, she was an excellent manager but not with the employees. She's a bully, and was a big part of why I quit in the end. But, like I said, the job was great, tips were great and customers were great. Love Customer Service! I started out very shy but the job really helped me improve and enhanced my communication skills. I would go back.
Caissière, service à la clientèle (Current Employee) – Lachute, QC – 24 June 2017
On a une liste de taches à finir avant la fin du shift, travailles d'équipe essentiel au bon fonctionnement. L'important est de rendre le client heureux et content de sa visite dans la succursale. Il y a toujours quelques choses à faire, suffis de le trouver! :)
TEAM MEMBER (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 24 June 2017
A typical day at Tim Hortons would include taking customers orders, serving the customers and stocking up. What made the job fun was the people that worked there, they made it a fun and exciting place to work.
Fun work place and environment. Terrible management.
Team Member (Current Employee) – London, ON – 23 June 2017
Never given enough hours, hired more people when hours were short, cut hours for petty reasons, poor petty management, bad environment to work in. Management spreads rumours and does not care about employees.