Baker/ Cashier (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 17 June 2014
I learned how to prioritize duties. A typical day would be refilling the display on the counter, arranging the freezer and cooler, making sure the kitchen area is clean, ensuring that the utensils are clean, communicating with management on what is low in quantity, and assisting the cashiers whenever necessary.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 22 May 2017
they dont care about their employees, They do not appreciate your work and mangers are rude, non-caring, and Unprofessional. They do not pay well and they say employees will get tips every 3 months but they dont give tips and they use employees tips to buy food for mangers meetings.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 May 2017
A typical day at work will start with counting down the inventories. I have learnt to be patient. I managed employees. Workplace culture is good. The hardest part of the job is dealing with bad customers. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with good team members.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Pickering, ON – 21 May 2017
I've learned to multitask. I've learned that there's coffee for everyone. I've learned that people loves Tim Hortons. I've learned that a little tip can go a long way. And the best part about working in a coffee shop (other than the awesome employees and drinking coffee all day) is learning how much effort is put into one beverage.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Milton, ON – 21 May 2017
Working at Tim Hortons is exciting and challenging, but accepting and over coming these challenges is kind of addiction for the person who want to learn about Canada and its people. I started as Store front and worked from there to supervisor and now as an assistant manager. The only thing working at my position is lacking its not as rewarding when it comes to salary and other benefits because no matter how hard you work and how many extra hours you work, you are only getting dry 40 hours pay with no bonus or any other benefit. The hardest part in my role is to keep myself motivated even after 50-60 hours of work you only gets paid for 40 hours with a very low hourly wage rate. The most enjoyable part is the everyday adventure of coping up with challenges.
no sick day pay, no good benefits, low salary rate
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 21 May 2017
i had learn lots of thing such as teamwork,how to work under pressure , how to deal with customer,how to deal with difficult situation like some customers are too rude as well as improve my communication skills and also my confidence level.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 May 2017
its a boring workplace with bad team mates and management sucks. Food comes half priced for workers and are never free. But can take water breaks in between shifts working 8 hours only gives 30min break instead of 2
Team Member (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 20 May 2017
Tim Hortons is a fast paced environment and it is due to the fact that we are always busy. The management is the most negative part of this job since they base they're judgement on the way you look, and that is also the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part is when i work with my friends since they force me to have a positive attitude.
Front Counter Attendant (Current Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 20 May 2017
Good place to work. But the job becomes to repetitive as you can be stuck doing the same task for the whole shift. Alot of the time that requires you to being standing in one spot for a long period of time
Team Member (Former Employee) – Fort Erie, ON – 20 May 2017
When I first started I got tons of hours and good pay but about 2 months in when they hired new employees that I trained they stopped giving me as many shifts per week and the max I'd get is 2-3 shifts rather then 5-6.
Crew member/ Baker (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 19 May 2017
it has some problems but your going to run into that anywhere you go. after my last job i have no complaints here except for being short staffed. they are very understanding when it comes to mental health and staff is very friendly and make you feel included and important.