Cuisinier (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 13 March 2018
The inventory in the fridge was never at the respected place. We would work in ligne formation each on our separate tasks . The managers failed to place people on tasks best suited for them and instead implemented favouritism causing demotivation and lack of effectiveness. The hardest part of the job was to no be able to take initiative and make things better and the most enjoyable part was i met a lot of people because the average worker did not last more then a couple weeks. Some id still open a kitchen with today and some always have irregular bowel movements and our on there phones in a stall in the washroom.
Waitress/Manager (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 9 May 2016
I love this job and the people are work with. The only downside is that it is far from where I live now and the hours are tough. I have learned how to work efficiently under pressure and how to perfect my customer service abilities. With a group of employees that work so well together, teamwork has been another skill that is used every shift. The hardest part of the job is the travel and the hours. The most enjoyable is walking away from a table knowing the customer enjoyed their experience and will return
Aide-cuisinière (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 3 May 2016
Chez LA CAGE AUX SPORTS, j'ai appris à transporter des objets lourds de manière sécuritaire, j'ai appris la façon de couper les légumes sécuritairement, j'ai appris également à être productive et j'ai appris des règles d'hygiène relié au milieu.