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Cashier, Team Leader, Customer Service
Cashier, Team Leader (Former Employee) –  Vancouver, BC14 October 2013
Dealt directly with the public, processing customer’s purchases, helping customers with questions, inquiries and concerns. Responsible for training new hires, directing work to be done by the other cashiers, making sure all the rules are followed. Handled large amounts of cash on a daily basis.
Pros
Was able to make decisions to improve the customer service
Cons
Rate of pay was low.
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Manager in Training (Former Employee) –  Vancouver, BC26 December 2017
Occasionally there would be pizza provided from Managment but for special holidays like Christmas, or Thanks Giving or Easter. All you can eat and get fat :)
Pros
Trade Union Job
Cons
Labour Contract is horrible
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Food Service Worker (Former Employee) –  Vancouver, BC25 November 2017
It is a good place to work, everyone is friendly. The only problem is that they don't even give a discount to employees and the food is quite expensive for what the employees earn.
Pros
Friendly peers
Cons
not enough hours to everyone, not even a discount on food
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