WAITRESS/BARTENDER (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 March 2017
At this workplace, schedules were not made and distributed to workers. People would be asked to go in an hour before the shift. There was much confusion in general when it came to communication between the manager and the servers. At this workplace I advanced my customer service skills and my ability to communicate with customers.
Cook (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 19 December 2016
I would do a little bit of everything from washing dishes to portioning appetizers to making all of the moods offered on the menu. I learned to be good with my timing and the importance of presentation. Lots of the kitchen people were pretty quiet but all were nice. The hardest part of the job was working in a confined space. The most enjoyable part was receiving compliments on food and learning basic kitchen skills.
free foods during work, discounts, tips, work parties
Server (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 December 2016
Typically on a normal day,many regulars come in keeping me busy and occupied. the atmosphere is light and easy to work in. Management gets along and forms relationship with everyone around them. The hardest part at times may be being a little to underprepared staff wise on biggger event days, in that case existing staff may have to pull extra weight which may stop them from preforming there best. The most important part of the job is meeting new customers!
Cashier (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 12 September 2016
a day is quite good at work. I have learned many things about working conditions in brampton like culture , communication skills, serving skills. Management is good enough with helping and cooperative co workers. As its a temporary job so it is a hardest part.
Waitress (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 June 2016
A typical day at work includes providing customer service and interacting with clients. I learned that each person is different, and the way of communicating has to be adjusted to fit the person. The management is great, ensures that the workers are happy with how everything is operating. The co-workers are very friendly and will provide assistance when needed. The hardest part of the job is doing more than one position, I do hostess, waitressing and bartending; when it's busy, I have to be able to keep up with the rush and ensure all customers are accompanied. The most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with customers, getting to know them and being able to understand each person.
Cook (Former Employee) – Holland Landing, ON – 20 June 2016
A Typical day working at wild wing was very surprising and disturbing at that. I was a cook there and even being a cook in the bar you some how get in the mix of the drama. The interesting things that I learned at Wild Wing was the kitchen, the food and the temperatures that the food needed to prepared at. I also learnt how to make sure that the food was served in a timely manor. While working at Wild Wing the management were very shady and was not on top of there employees at any time. The co workers that Wild Wing had when i got hired were also very shady because they were not concerned about there job nor did they care to make sure that the bar was cleaned for the next shift to come in for work the following day. the hardest part of the job while i was working at Wild Wing was trying to fake with the co workers that you knew were talking about you behind there backs. The most enjoyable part of working at Wild Wing was learning the food and how to cook the chicken wings with all the different sauces.
productive and fast paced working atmosphere......
Food and Beverage Supervisor (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 20 January 2016
Wild wing has 100+ restaurants all over Canada.Its a family restaurant.I have learned to work under pressure of real busy hours.actually working fast become more fun and satisfying.The management is good.Co-workers are friendly and co-operative Thank you
Kitchen Manager (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 6 December 2015
As the kitchen manager I have learned how to deal with problem's easily. Prioritizing the needs of the restaurant with the employees made everything work smoothly with one another. Knowing what i know now I am better at dealing with high stress levels. Hardest part of the job was dealing with employees schedules other then that things went smoothly.
Line Cook / Server (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 1 December 2015
I loved working here I was taught on how to prepare every item on the menu and even how to spice it up on how to make it taste even better. I love the techniques they had taught me and the team we had. Management was fun to work with.