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I found working here was stressful for me very fast paced with no breaks what so ever. Hours are all over the place and I’m don't got enough shifts to even make a decent amount I’m lucky to get 21 hrs a week normally I just get 13 hrs I’m either working 2 or 3 days a week just not gonna work for me once I have a car or if I’m living somewhere
The boss was an amazing man. The fellow employees were all friendly and encouraging. It was more like a second family then a simple job. It was great to have the support from your colleagues and think of them in such a high regard.
Free drinks, flexible hours
unpaid online training, basically watching a ton of videos at home. my location was often understaffed and required team members to juggle multiple positions at once. managers often slack off
poor management, stressful and understaffed
A typical day at work as a cashier, packing bags and taking care of cleaning within dining areas, washrooms, and taking out the garbage. I learned new skills on the floor, the management was not my favorite per se, a little rough around the edges... Workers were not respectful or easy to be around at times, some individuals may come off a lazy, or rude. The hardest part was interacting face-to-face at the front cashier when it was busier days. My most enjoyable was the cleaning, packaging, and taking money at the drive-thru time and time. I enjoyed the hours I had but sometimes management can be unfair and shall be more discreet. Sometimes paychecks get messed up on another note.
Where I worked, it's on Highway 7- Markham Road. The manager is worst and not at all friendly with employees as well as customers. He expects to work for him as his slave. When I decided to move some other location to get peace of mind from there, then manager called the other store manager to give a bad reference. I am a hard-working person, well educated and had 8 months experience but will never recommend anyone to work on Hiway 7 burger kind at Markham Road.
Sunday staff is awesome
Not at all helpful, inconvenient place, extremely rude staff
If you ask them for support for your disability they a)cut all your shifts for 9 months and b)expedite a constructive dismissal process on you whereby they harass you more and force you to quit. They will not promote you for 10 years and treat you like a burden while at same time gagging you: they pick and choose disabled and play against each other
Humiliation, Gag orders, ganging up
If your willing to work, then this is the place for you, the lazy will not enjoy this because we force yo to do your fair share
All the people writing about how poor the job is, obviously can't keep up with the work. It's fast-paced, and you will work hard, but when everyone does that and works as a team, you get through the day quite easily. I've seen some lazy employee's come to work, talk trash about the job, then leave work not doing their part, then come back the next day and get real salty because someone called them out about not doing their part. If you don't like working with others or being expected to do some honest (fair) work, this isn't the job for you.
Free lunch for Covid, 50% all time meals, friendly people
Sometimes you have to work with, "that guy/girl" I talked about in the review
This employer does not care about employees, they reward the lazy and punish the good workers by forcing them to do the lazy people's job as well as their own. I tried to make life easier for the staff, as management. It made me unpopular with upper management. I don't know what else to say except, don't work here. They don't appreciate their staff and they'll use you .
Like most jobs, this one was quite stressful. However, the management was poor, the building itself was run-down, and in general, this job just isn't good long-term. It's a great place to be temporarily to gain customer service experience.
You...... at least got paid
the building, the management, the old food, the job itself, some lazy employees, poorly train you