Dundas and Edmonton Cashier/ Customer Service (Former Employee) – London, ON – 7 January 2014
I felt there was poor training provided for this job. The pay was basic for working in a fast food cafe. I learned that some people are not cut out to be managers, they get away with doing things that employees below them would be fired for and not to complain about management because that gets you a foot out the door. Nothing was hard about the job, things were clean and went smoothly. Serving the customers was fun and enjoyable. The other team members were pleasant to work with.
Cashier and Customer service (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 19 August 2017
I've learnt a lot when I was working at Tim Hortan, even though I worked there for 1 month. The things I learnt are: how to work in a group, how to manage everything when someone is away, I became more punctual than I was, I learnt new skills on how to interact with the customers. The hardest part of the job was during the rush hour when you've got a lot of customers coming in and out and when you have to think about everyone. We didn't get a minute to breathe during the rush hours.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 18 August 2017
I have worked at Tim Hortons for Quite some time. When I started working with them I had very little customer service and food service experience, but after 5 years I really feel that it has been a great experience. I have learned so much and made some great connections. I would recommend this job to everyone.
Team leader (Former Employee) – Oakbank, MB – 18 August 2017
management at the one i was working was terrible but besides that it was a wonderful job! mostly good people to work with, started off with amazing hours while in training but got cut back on hours and was still depended on to come in if a coworker wouldnt show. i wasn't treated fairly but every time is different.
Tim Hortons Team Member (Former Employee) – Vernon, BC – 17 August 2017
There is favoritism within the company family the managers were young and extreamly untrained and the owner disnt care about anything except making sure his family have jobs. If you are sick they punish tou by cutting down you hours the next week.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Whitby, ON – 17 August 2017
I've only worked here for as long as I have because of the people that were toughing it out with me. If the people were not as friendly as they were, I would've been gone ASAP. Management are very friendly and for the most part flexible in terms of days off and what not. Unfortunately, it's Tim Hortons and as with most fast food jobs, it's hard work and lots of standing on your feet, and most of the customers are the most unfriendly people you will ever meet, especially early mornings before they've had their coffee!
Good meal plan
Long hours, really abuse the labor law and I have often had to wait 5 hours to take my break
Cashier/Baker (Former Employee) – Fort Smith, NT – 17 August 2017
was a wonderful place to work. loved working with my team members and enjoyed meeting new customers. was trained to do all things at Tim Hortons from baking to running till, making coffee and sandwiches, also re-stocking, cleaning up work areas.
Tim Hortons Team Member (Current Employee) – Port Perry, ON – 17 August 2017
It is a good enviromment , with good people. Sometimes it is a frustrating job but has its pros and cons. I really enjoy the atmosphere because I have made a great relationship with some of my co workers
Caissière, service à la clientèle (Current Employee) – Smartcenter, Laval, QC – 17 August 2017
The job was interesting, it's challenging, and managing the staff was really great, finding solutions to all problems, often working with them to get new ideas and creative ways of doing things. Only problem, most of the highest management took us all as numbers and te one being formed to be the new assistant manager is too immature and still left alone on too many decisions. Hope it gets on track one day
Caissière (Current Employee) – Longueuil, QC – 16 August 2017
Avant de travailler chez Tim Horton j'étais une personne très timide et j'avais beaucoup de difficulté à interagir avec les gens. Puis à partir du moment ou j'ai commencé à travailler pour cette entreprise, tout à changer. Aujourd'hui, j'adore travailler avec le public. De plus, je ne me sens plus du tout gênée avec la clientèle et j'ai une très grande facilité à interagir avec les autres. Travailler chez Tim Horton m'a beaucoup aidé dans ma vie personnelle aussi.