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Working there felt awkward sometimes depends who I was around,some of us just clicked better then others,they weren’t bossy they didn’t even have to ask me to do certain things unless there was no customers then they would try to find something for me to do,I like being on the go and moving,I don’t like a boring job,I really hope I can find a job I like soon
I wasn’t good enough for them
My experience working at Arby's has been great for perfecting my customer service technique, so much so that it comes second nature to me, the pace here is comparable to a dine in restaurant, same lunch and dinner rush times though, Sunday through Tuesday tends to be slower. The franchisee is an eclectic leader and incredibly knowledgeable and passionate about Arby's which creates a dedicated work environment. The motto here is to help your coworker so you never feel as if youre left on your own but you are given enough space to prove yourself once its earned. Its honestly a family like atmosphere that I didn't expect from a fast food chain so it enjoyable to work with the other employees and managers. I really enjoy my time here.
The most positive things about working at Arby’s are the customers and staff. I love working and meeting people. It is a fast paced company which I like. And the manager and supervisor are very knowledgeable and friendly.
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The people at Arby’s are the only thing making me want to stay. A good 95% of them are very nice and very welcoming, but management could use a couple changes. Honestly, the franchisee was the main problem. He cut hours trying to make people quit rather than trying to make other adjustments like moving employees to the other Arby’s (which he also owns) for example. Other than that, Arby’s was an amazing place to work.
Since day 1, I worked in Arby's I am already a supervisor working night shift for the longest time since no one wants the evening shift. But being a temporary foreign worker I only have the minimum wage of 11.65 but I do have 50 plus hours to have at least a supervisor salary. Then before the manager they chose was terminated he make my salary 18.99 and gave me an assistant manager title but the new manager doesn't like it so I get only 22 hours in a week because of that rate even I am a full timer. I just resigned because even I already talked to him and promise to give me at least 35 hours per week it never happen, it is just implying that he don't want me anymore. The owner doesn't even care even if I don't even have any benefits in that company I worked for 7 years and have been there running the store for 3 years without a manager. I just felt so used and never been acknowledge by the owners.
My experience at Arby's was fun I enjoyed working there and gaining experience in a restaurant environment. I learned new skills such as working with a team and getting used to working in a fast paced work place.
It was very good working experience for me because I learnt how to use all machines and equipment in a fast food restaurant in Canada, customer service, communicate with people from all walks of life, team work with people from different countries, coping with cash and bank cards, solve problems like wrong orders.