Poor job, worse supervisors
Store Front Employee (Former Employee) – Port Colborne, ON – 21 March 2017
In a typical day, I would be working either behind counter, or at drive-thru, serving customers. I have been trained to use their cash registers, debit machines, as well as counting money to make change.
I learned from this job that I am capable at working in fast paced, high stress work environments.
Management at Tim Hortons was poor, and changed frequently.
The overall work culture was quite toxic, and very unenjoyable. I truly believe that with friendly co-workers, even the worst job can be made more enjoyable.
The hardest part of the job for me was mesmerizing how to make everything, and having to work with people that I hated.
The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to serve the regulars, and start to know their orders by heart.
Free donuts, coffee, and iced coffee
Stressful, poor management, rude co-workers.