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.
Storefront Customer Service (Former Employee) – Wolfville, NS – 18 January 2017
This job was one where you stood at the counter and served coffee and took payment. I didn't learn much other then how to serve a coffee right and how to use a cash registar. Management helped when they could but weren't there all of the time.
Store Front (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 17 January 2017
Worked for them 4 years and my health took a toll badly I quit been off 6 months and feel fantastic. It's stressful, they over work you for underpaid wages. The way they speak to employees is ridiculous.
Sales front (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 17 January 2017
Productive workplace. Got a chance to improve my speaking and listening skills and get used to the Canadian culture. Tim Hortons was a great place to start my career. I interact with customers, take their orders, suggest them ways to save money by ordering combinations. I also learned how to manage time because time is the essence in a front desk sales.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Arthur, ON – 17 January 2017
A great learning environment for someone going into their first job and also a great place to meet some good people. Tim Hortons brings the ability to learn people skills and customer service while still making it a good experience.