Customer Service Representative and Cashier (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 10 July 2018
My store is located inside the Calgary International airport, therefore we provide wonderful customer service to number of people who have different origins. The best part is we get the chance of exploring different accents and learning the language of other cultures.
Formation mal encadrée due à l'absence fréquente du boss, malgré un environnement et des collègues agréables
Caissière et cuisinière (Former Employee) – Rosemère, QC – 13 May 2018
Ce sont différents employés qui forment les nouveaux venus, ce qui cause bien des problèmes, car chaque employé montrait différentes techniques aux nouveaux employés. Bref, la bonne technique de x employé était mauvaise pour les autres. La solution aurait été de valider nos techniques et gestes auprès du boss, mais celui-ci n'était pas assez souvent là pour qu'on lui pose des questions. L'assistante gérante aurait également pu être plus présente afin que les nouveaux employés s'assurent d'exécuter les tâches correctement. L'environnement de travail et les employés étaient tout de même agréables, notamment parce qu'on pouvait écouter de la musique provenant de notre cellulaire sur une radio tout en travaillant. Par contre, il y avait qu'un seul, ou même parfois pas du tout, de tapis absorbants le poids des pieds, donc ce n'était pas agréable d'être debout toute la journée sans cette protection.
Environnement coloré et agréable, 1 jus gratuit quotidien
Supervisor/ Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 29 April 2018
Very Understanding Manager/Owner. I usually work alone or with a person or two. Generally slow-paced which does not apply for other locations. Not to be considered a full time job. Manager would try to chuck you out after 3 months (super-friendly btw) but found a job for me at another JJ location. I eventually started working here again. Trained a few employees for Sales Associate position.
Anything 1/2 price for 2 or less items of your choice. Tips
Part-time Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 4 April 2018
JUGO JUICE Metrotown has really good boss and colleagues. The working environment is friendly and funny. All the employer has good relationship which could encourage people continually working here. Although this just a part-time job, still learn a lot of things about how to deal and communicate with customers; how to solve the problem when customer make complain.
Great environment that could be improved with better Management
Shift Manager (Current Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 27 September 2017
- needs a better system - Manager lacks attention to detail - The hardest part of your job will be dealing with a lack of preparation from management. (Will not have the required supplies, lack of staff during a shift, and overworking employees) - You also get trained by your fellow employees and not the manager. That in mind you may also be left alone to open or close for many shifts.
Great co-workers and regular customers
Long hours, lack of staff, little to no benefits, lack of raises
Cashier/keyholder (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 19 June 2017
i got along with my co workers, it was nice to have nice funny people to work with, the work wasn't too hard but definitely tedious. the food is good along with the smoothies, pricing is a little overboard for me.
Cashier and Customer Service (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 18 June 2017
You are required to memorize the smoothie recipes. There are recipe sheets around but the environment is a steady flow of customers and usually leave no rooms to look through them. Pay is minimum but it is entree level work. Jugo Juice stores are all inside or by sky train stations and thus the work space can get very cramped.