Bronte College of Canada
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  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $1m to $5m (CAD)
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  • Link
    Bronte College of Canada website
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Kitchen Helper in Mississauga, ON
on 30 July 2021
So so 50/50
Fun at first not until you begin to work side by side with the staff. Some where nicer than the others. I noticed through out my stay there were atleast 6 people coming in and out because of favouritism. Pay is basic. Well, there's no perfect work place, all I'm saying is Bronte isn't one of the favourite job/company I've done/worked with.
Front Desk Receptionist in Mississauga, ON
on 19 October 2020
Front desk/receptionist
* They lie on their jobs adds describing the position as " Maternity leave", * Unrespectful environment from HR and MKT area * Dirty place in general , * Arrogant boss * They are looking for a slave with a minimum of rights. * Very unprofessional place to work * Your job will never be enough for the governance ( front desk direct boss) and marketing department, and will treat you as a woman with no rights. *** As a ex employee in that "school" I don't recommend that place even for working or studying. Stay away form that place.
Cook in Mississauga, ON
on 27 January 2020
The female Chef is pathetic and rude and think shes the master Chef, HR is no were to be professional or knowledgeable about this position, poor pay, poor interview, poor hygiene, dont know how to talk to people..
Kitchen Helper, server, and Dishwasher in Bronte college road
on 16 January 2020
An uninviting place to work at
Most horrible experience. Staff are vindictive and ingenuine. The head chef is rude, arrogant and spiteful; except towards her lackeys. Imagine washing dishes for 4 hours and having to put them away too, while the male employee just kept walking around and wiping the kitchen over and over. Horrible. I left after two days.
Front Desk Receptionist in Mississauga, ON
on 14 January 2020
Unprofessional Management & HR, Horrible Treatment towards Kids
DO NOT RECOMMEND. My first week working and HR complained about the students, telling me that I'll end up hating and loving some kids. They explained how the culture was and gossiped about the teachers being miserable because they weren't hired by the school board and some employees being snobby. I was shocked how unprofessional HR was. Further, the head of the kitchen stopped caring about her job and the kids. There were times where food would run out in the cafeteria and students were still in line for lunch forced to eat whatever was left over - usually not enough to fill them. There were lice in the dorms, broken sinks, broken door locks, broken lights in classrooms, leaks, ongoing maintenance issues that would go unsolved because there was only one employee responsible for the entire building. Not enough attention and care by management to improve the school's infrastructure.

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Can I cook? Do I know dishes.

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