Cook (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 26 January 2017
She is a difficult owner to work for. If you're a baker or a cook, you will be working for minimum wage +$1 or $2 and will get no benefits. If you are a server, you will make good tips. There is no full-time position, tbh. I don't think she knows the meaning of full-time position. She wants you to be available anytime of a day and of a week and will give you only a few shifts, or she will make you work 60 hours a week if it's busy. She doesn't appreciate your hard work at all. If you tell her you cannot work for some weekend nights, she will tell you, "You can quit if you don't like working here." She is known for that. in average, 10-15 people quit every month according to my old colleagues who still work there.
busy and intense workplace with competitive co-workers
Server/Hostess (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 11 March 2019
It was an okay workplace, if the management was a bit more organized I think I would've liked working there a whole lot better. Its a fast paced working environment with little to no breaks, it seemed as though everyone working there was constantly competing for something. The hardest part of the job was not knowing what to do when it was slow, getting glared at by the management was no help at all.