Banquet Server (Current Employee) – Vancouver – 6 December 2014
Crazy making....little to no training ,little direction, last minute chaos all the time. Some really hard workers. No food or water for hours or the entire shift. They would rather make you throw food out than let you eat it, even if you have not eaten all shift. Harsh treatment by management, some captions and senior staff .Beware!
lucky if you get a break never mind lunch
work hard and be blamed for their misdirection - no respect given
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 25 November 2014
It is a fast paced environment but the time I was there I felt like I was free to do whatever I wanted too. There was no control of any sort by anybody. I sometimes found other to be off task and just do what ever it is they wanted too.
Tim Horton's (Current Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 28 February 2014
A typical day at work is fun. Every one there is friendly and willing to help each other if there's a problem or something. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with my co-workers and doing the job without any problems.
Got to work cool events, however low pay with little shifts.
Cashier, Liquor and Concessions (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 25 February 2014
Duties: Open and closing of concession booth Food prep, cooking and serving Check for age and intoxication of drinking patrons Beer and liquor service Cleaning and management of concession booth
Get to work events that you can't afford, few shifts leave schedule open.
Only work around 12 days in a month, no opportunities for more shifts really.