Cook/Cleaner (Former Employee) – Moose Jaw, SK – 17 September 2018
the hardes part of the job was going to school and working here as I was a student at the time at the other side of town and thay gave me 20 min to go from south hill to main st so I droped out for a year
General restaurant duties (Former Employee) – Maple Ridge, BC – 19 September 2018
Job was constantly threatened if you could not work the hours they changed on you without any notice. Did not care if you were sick you had to work. Requested days off even way in advance were not considered and just tossed away.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 13 September 2018
Fast paced work environment with many rules and regulations in regards to healthy and food safety. Management is lacking, you learn to manage yourself and follow the company rules if you want to advance or keep your position.
Dealing with difficult customers on a regularbasis
Cashier, chef (Former Employee) – Ottawa East, ON – 12 September 2018
It was a great place to work, other employees were social and open. No conflicts or negative vibes. They were accommodating with hours when needed. I liked that there was always more than one thing to do .
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Surrey, BC – 6 September 2018
Working in this environment has taught me teamwork, how to deal and talk with customers and how time is valuable. You are always constantly running around trying to satisfy customers with extraordinary service. The wage should be more as everything is becoming more expensive, and compared too the amount of work burger king staff doesn't not get payed enough.
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – London, ON – 5 September 2018
i enjoyed working at burger king the customer were polite and kind. i alway made sure they left with a smile on there faces. also the regulars that came in daily it was nice to stop for a few seconds and chat with them.
Typical day of work starts off not too hard, stressful talking to people, but later on you just have to learn how to cope with it.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 28 August 2018
A typical day of work here is somewhat good in the beginning, but later on it gets stressful. To me the Burgerking experience was fine. Lots of friendly people to meet and serve. I believe management was sort of an issue though, not only for training purposes but mainly how the managers impact the team members. Teamwork within the staff plays a role. In my work as a former cashier, I never sensed participation and dedication the nor the support provided from the managers. I have learned how to cope with stressful people in my time there, and minor time management skills, especially if you are trying to beat the clock in the drivethru. The most hardest part in the job was dealing with rude customers. The easiest part was closing shifts since there was not much people to take orders from. Other than this experience it was not too bad.
Front line dealing with customers, job security, and management.
Working there is busy, great way to learn problem solving skills.
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 24 August 2018
Always busy, and different customers everyday. I've learned how to deal with stresses and obtained problem solving skills. The company needs good management, by providing better training and support from management. At work there is a mixture of different people from different places. The hardest part of the job was dealing with unsatisfied and aggressive customers. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing teamwork of the crew and satisfied customers.