Questions and Answers about Burger King

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Because i have two kids and the pay was not enough

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They fired me for not being enthusiastic, but I already wanted to leave because my co workers never really helped me when I just started. I had to constantly ask how to make certain burgers, and would get left alone working the back while people went for smoke breaks and food. You don’t get any free food so I’d never starving on my shifts.

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I recieved a better offer.

Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Bogotá, Colombia

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Schedule changes with no notice, management, and lack of medical benefits.

Answered - Cook/Cashier (Former Employee) - Truro, NS

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I am still working at burger king

Answered - Kitchen Assistant (Current Employee) - Lethbridge, AB

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Another company called me and promised the moon, but the moon has been hiding behind the clouds

Answered - General manager (Former Employee) - Hamilton, ON

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Yes I did not feel safe cleaning up Needles everyday and I had complained they said to sweep it up dont use my hands when cleaning certain parts of the wash room. Having to break up fights everyday and having to escort people out the store with them trying to attack me .The staff where very nice it was an amazing work environment.

Answered - Cashier/Counter Help (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON

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It made me hate my life.
Poor wage, poor job conditions, etc...

Answered - Restaurant Manager (Former Employee) - Kitchener, ON

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I was let go from burger king because as I stated I was very young at the time, It took me a little longer to catch on to things when it came to the kitchen and working with oil. I was let go because I was called a liability at the time, But I've learned a lot and grown from it.

Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Vanier, ON

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Still Present

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