Customer Service (Former Employee) – Oshawa – 7 January 2014
I worked at Tim Horton's pretty much every day, which i enjoyed because it kept me very busy. I learnt how to work the cash register, deal with a lot of customers with different personalities throughout the day. I made coffee, and was taught how to work deli. Which includes making bagels, sandwiches, soup, chilli, breakfast sandwiches, etc. By working deli i had to make sure i had fresh products and write times down for when food products expire. I had to work at a very fast pace because on deli you are not only making food for the customers in the store, but also drive-thru customers. This job taught me how to multitask and work fast paced. I loved my co-workers, we worked very well as a team. I'd say the hardest part of the job was dealing with customers who weren't the nicest. The most enjoyable part of my job was how many hours i got working there. Nothing i love more than a full-time job.
Team member (Current Employee) – Morris, MB – 21 January 2017
working here is ok but they dont give any career advancement which is the main issue here.everything else if fine.i dont wanna share any confidential information about the business but here owners dont even follow any policy. Then how team members will.
Store Front (Current Employee) – Acton, ON – 19 January 2017
My social skills developed greatly over the time I spent at Tim Hortons. I made friends with both staff and customers and was sad to go. While it could be chaotic at times I learned to prioritise the work that needed to be done
Cashier and Customer Service (Current Employee) – Lower Sackville, NS – 19 January 2017
On a typical day I learned lessons In time management, customer service skills and made lasting friendships with my coworkers in the process. This job is very social which is one of the things I most enjoyed about it.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Pierrefonds, QC – 18 January 2017
A typical day of work is very repetitive you make coffee, serve customer, fetch their orders and so on. I learnt how to speed up my work process and how to always know when a customer is ready. The management was pretty good. Co-Workers were awesome and very plesant. Hardest part of the job is the rushes. The most enjoyable is the discount on food.