Cashier (Former Employee) – Prince Albert, SK – August 24, 2016
Everyday is busy mostly during morning middayspecially.Ive learned how to be more multi tasker in everything you do but its so much fun. Management are ok as well as the my co workers i love them specially when after the busy hours they are so fun to be with .The hardest part of this job is that when someone didnt make to work and where busy its such a hassle.
Team member (Current Employee) – 2301 Brimley Road Scarborough ON M1S 5B8 – August 9, 2016
My typical day at work is fun especially when I start talking to my co workers i treat them as my friends and family as well. I learned a lot of things while working here I learned how to deal with a angry costumer. I learned how to appreciate simple things in life.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Langley, BC – August 8, 2016
Honesty with work, believe in team and guide them and ask any question without hesitation, will help to give good result at work place. knowledge is power if you know your work and what are you doing. you will make it better every day. its not only your company is happy, on top of that you are polishing your skills also day by day and you are getting pay for that.
Crew Member (Current Employee) – 34 avenue 99 street Edmonton, AB – August 8, 2016
As I said the environment was friendly, except that the managers were not fair to everyone especially to the new one. Some of them have favoritism and leave some of the workers behind. They don't give complete trust to their employees.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – August 7, 2016
Weekdays are very busy but I have learned a lot in this industry. I learned how to understand people's opinion. I learned how to move fast and multi-task. My co-workers are really fun to be with, because they can work well under pressure, and have a good sense of humor. The hardest part of this job is whenever someone called in sick and it's busy, all of us had to take more responsibilities than usual and it is a little bit stressful.
30 percent discount, free donuts, hot drinks and buns
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – August 7, 2016
At Tim Horton's I learned how to become a leader and embrace my communication skills. By motivating my fellow crew mates to meet our drive thru times and abide by Tim Horton's standard I could guarantee our guest's got the freshest coffee every time. I enjoyed helping train new staff, and getting our regular guest's coffee orders ready in advance; seeing the smile on their face and their warm welcome was the best part of my job. The hardest part of my job was being isolated by other staff because of ethnicity. The reason I had to leave was because often times I was excluded from conversations simply because I could not speak another language aside from English. It flabbergasted me, that I have been denied raises based on the economy or my age rather than my workplace capability. I would work at Tim Horton's again gladly if the exclusion was not present because I love the friendly fast paced work environment.
Customer service (Former Employee) – Wallaceburg, ON – August 7, 2016
work enviroment is go go go, always on your feet and most days dont get a break until later in the evening. it does have a very high dramatic atmosphere, most co workers were decent and management was what it should be
Cashier (Current Employee) – London, ON – August 6, 2016
Usually 8 hr shifts, 2 managers, learned how to manage time, hardest part of the job is dealing with difficult customers, most enjoyable part of the job is meeting new people everyday and learning new things
Great opprotunities for advancment, and got along great with managment.
Manager (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – August 5, 2016
Always a very busy place, so always felt like there was lots to do, but hard to get yourself composed sometimes as there was always so much going on. Management was very good about giving you the hours you need, but it is likely you wouldn't get the exact hours you want until you had been working there for around 3 - 6 months.
productive place and learned lots of skills from them
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – August 5, 2016
I worked nights it was an enjoyable place to work, I cleaned and served customers, prepared food. management was good. I had a blast working with people on night shift but there is no room for advancement.
Productive employees, good workplace and management
Store Front Employee (Current Employee) – Lawrence and Weston – August 5, 2016
Accurate and fast service. Long hours at work. Great benefits and reasonable starting salary for beggining employees. Provides reasonable amount of time for orientation prior to duty. Has clean workplace. Has friendly and approachable co-workers.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – August 4, 2016
Typical day of work would have two rush periods but would be slow the rest of the time. Would typically work 7am-3pm. I learned how to work in a fast pace environment, how to work store front as well as in the back preparing food. Management was not the friendliest but most co-workers were nice and wanted to help one another out. The hardest part of the job would be working with rude management. The most enjoyable part of the job would be serving customers and receiving positive feedback.
Hostess/Server (Former Employee) – Mount Forest, ON – August 4, 2016
Working at Tim Hortons was a great experience for a starter job. As I had previous jobs before yes, but this job was more hands on. The people I worked with were all very different and depending on the person they were, it was hard to get along with some. Most made the job feel welcoming, some did not. I cherished the days I worked with certain people and dreaded the others. But all in all, I still went to work with a smile on my face, knowing the customers would see that smile and know they were welcomed also. I learned a lot about how to still keep your cool when a customer isn't being the nicest person to you. I also learned that if a customer says you did something wrong, don't try to fight it and say "no". Just accept that you did the wrong thing and fix it for them. Even if it wasn't your mistake. The customer is always right and you should just fix it to be courteous anyways. The most enjoyable part of this job would be that every day is different. Sure it is the same place, but each day you're doing a different task, or you're at a different station and that makes it exciting each day to go in and have something different. The hardest part of the job would be making sure everyone is always happy. Because people react differently to tough situations, it's hard to always keep everyone happy. I could apologize a countless number of times to a customer but if I am not telling them what they want to hear then they won't be satisfied with me at all. Thus I am the one not making them happy, and that would be the hardest part for me. Over all, it was a good job, I just wishmore... I would have got along better with my manager, whom happen to be the one that made the schedule.less