Pros: free lunches, good pay, benefits, awesome employees
A typical day at work was the same almost every day. I was always working day shift. I'd come in, get my uniform on, grab some breakfast and eat. I'd start my shift at about 7:30am. I'd count the cash drawers and bring them out to the front. We had to refill the coffee and make sure it wasn't expired, wipe our stations and get ready for the customers. It was pretty easy in the morning, only about 2-5 people in line at once. At about 11:00am, it would start getting a little busier. It got crazy in there. Everyone working fast, customers waiting for their coffees, taking out garbages and cleaning tables before taking breaks, etc.
I learned a lot from working at Tim Hortons. I learned more about how to work with cash registers, preparing beverages and food, how to "snake" a coffee machine to clean it, and even more!
Management and my co-workers were very nice, respectful employees but most of them could be very strict at times...
I don't really think there was a very hard part of working at Tim Hortons except for pushing yourself hard to work fast and get things done right.
The most enjoyable part was getting along with the customers and my co-workers. They were all fun to be around!
I had an awesome job experience there and I would recommend it to anyone.