Lazy management, understaffed and overly dramatic.
Fry Cook (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 11 November 2016
A typical day at work is fairly simple-- serving customers and cleaning. At times, the store can get extremely busy. It can be hard to move around since the stores are generally small, so spacial awareness is something I learned quickly. Management was lazy, and everything was left to the Assistant Manager and other employees more often than not. The workers there are generally nice people, with the odd exception of one or two who would cause large amounts of drama within the work environment and harass/attack other coworkers. The hardest part of the job is working in extreme temperatures and standing for long hours. You usually have two people working at a time, sometimes three depending on the day, which makes it near impossible to have breaks during the day (despite it being illegal to not have breaks).
Free food after orientation
No time for breaks, overly dramatic coworkers