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.
Store Front (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 16 August 2017
Some stoes are good. In my personal experience the managers are the hardest people to work with. Overall a job that is stressfull but managable for most. Not much point in moving up in the business as pay only gets like a dollar better. I worked there for over a year and liked it for the most part.
Caissier (Former Employee) – Dorval, QC – 16 August 2017
- Main thing you learn while working in this company is how to work as fast as possible. - The managers are really demanding in the majority of the restaurant, but always have your back. - The other workers are usually really nice..
Front Line Worker (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 15 August 2017
Decent job to start with if its the first couple jobs you work while finishing school. Not the place to be at if you want to build something better for yourself in the future. There are little to no pay raises and a ridiculous amount of demand. I work as a PSW making $17/ hour and the demands are significantly less and it's a job that requires educational background. Go for something bigger and better for yourself if you love yourself enough to know what's good for you.