(Fry) Cook in the kitchen (Current Employee) – Burnaby – 26 June 2013
a typical day at work would be , I com in get dressed wash my hands and start setting up my station so that the shift runs smoothly. for the shift to run smoothly I need to prep items and get ahead of clean up. also I always need to stay focused so I don't mess up the orders. I've learned how to pay more attention to detail and to move quickly and get things done efficiently. the management is very helpful and understanding. the co-workers are amazing and real fun to work with. some of the most funniest people I've come across. the hardest parts are during rush hours, when I have to memorize orders in my head and get them done in time, but im good with it now. the best part of the job is knowing that what I make and serve is being enjoyed by someone out there and it gives me satisfaction and makes me keep striving to do my best.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – 28 February 2018
fast paced work environment, everyone is friendly and supportive. only downside was one manager picked her favorites and you definitely were underpaid and underappreciated. hours werent that good either.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 26 February 2018
Working at Whitespot as a hostess was my first job and did help me learn basic things about the workplace such as responsibility, accountability, and communication. The staff was very welcoming and always friendly, however management was at times difficult to work with or difficult to contact. It was difficult to move up to anything other than a hostess even after having gained some seniority.