Bartender (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 29 July 2014
Would usually have weekends. As soon as you step in the door you went and got your float, counted it and started right away. I learned that every bar has their own tricks and tips for serving . My co workers were definitely a challenge for me , being new . I dont feel that there was anything really hard. The best part of my job was meeting and interacting with new people.
Wait Staff (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 6 May 2019
Great place for a first job as shifts are only 3 hours, however management is lacking as well as the chefs can be quite cruel and difficult to work with. The residents are amazing and really made this job experience a memorable one for me.
Resident (Former Employee) – Moose Jaw, SK – 13 October 2018
It could be a great place to work if regional mangers knew their communities residents needs. This one size fits all American approach to running does not match the needs of the demographics they attract. Local management has to spend too much time meeting corporate timelines,dictated procedures and processes that do not or should not be applied to Canadian tastes and culture. This is not Kentucky or any other US State.
Great looking building, some good workers who care about residents.