Little Caesars Careers and Employment
- CEODave Scrivano
- Company size5,001 to 10,000
- Revenue$130m to $650m (CAD)
- IndustryRestaurants & Food Service
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Food Preparation & Service
Cashier in Windsor, ON
on 19 September 2021
Good starter jobI was surprised to get hired here, seeing as I had no minimum experience in the restaurant industry other than cooking and baking in my own home.This job is great for young ones in high school, but be careful. Management, both district and on-site, do like to take advantage of the ignorance young ones have with labour laws. A few things-Pros: Flexible scheduling, I could book days that I needed off in advance and I would usually get them. I learned a tremendous amount working here- never in my life did I think I'd be manning a cash register but it became one of the main things I did. Coworkers were generally nice and helpful for the most part and were patient with me. I grasp concepts and instructions on a slower level due to autism and mental illness, so the patience and passive accommodation of my coworkers was extremely appreciated. Sometimes the customers were pretty cool, and with the location, I served a lot of unique people which is amazing. Most days, I woke up feeling excited and happy to go to work. When I did have to speak with upper management, it was generally pleasant conversation, which I am always happy to have.Cons: Understaffed, and often during peak hours. The shifts that I was on were most definitely understaffed for the workload we had, causing an unnecessary amount of stress on all workers during that shift. Upper management lied about things, a lot, and I have been gaslit quite a few times both by management and by coworkers. Take anything management says with a handful of salt and don't count on anything. Unpredictable scheduling that's often received at the last possible moment. Often times I would be contacted in the middle of the night (1 AM!) and asked to come in the next morning, which I found just plain disrespectful. Most of all, the thing every fast food place goes through- rude, entitled customers (especially the high school kids who don't listen), and no protection for the worker from them.All in all, it's a great workplace if you know what you're doing, but be prepared to put up with a lot and turn the other cheek and shrug on some things. Management and the understaffing issue could use some work, and some real-time, in-store issues that are ignored definitely need to be addressed.
Crew Member/Cashier in Toronto, ON
on 22 September 2021
Stressful, underpaid, not clean, no benefits, rude, bad managementGood for first jobs but they are very rude. Won't teach anything and expects to know how to do everything. Very dirty & won't clean. The people who are there for a long time make the new ones work everything. The workers will talk behind your back in their own language and mock you. No paid break. No free food, no employee discount. They do not double pay during holidays too. No benefits at all. The assistant managers will make you work everything and they won't do a single thing, only will take customers and when the owner comes to visit, they will start working all of a sudden. Just a show-off. Very rude, do not recommend.
Cashier/Customer Service in St. Catharines, ON
on 21 September 2021
Not a good work environment. Very stressful.Honestly I’ve been working at one of the Little Caesars for almost a year, and it’s been awful. The Manager is very rude, they are not clean. The hours are awful. I am looking for a new job and a better experience.
Food Service Worker in Edmonton, AB
on 14 September 2021
Enjoyable and FunI am working to this company the staff and the manager very friendly and nice people, fast-paced, busy, and I am working with a team work, nice and good employer. Thank you.
Key Holder and Sales Associate in Kitchener, ON
on 13 August 2021
Over worked and under paidI worked for little caesars for 4 years and let’s just say it went down hill from day 1. The only redeeming quality of this job was my manager as the beginning of my “career”. I had to beg and plead to get a raise, management was in their own world most of time and just overall would never recommend. My store in particular was always understaffed and we were expected to bust our butts for nothing in return.After 4 years I was pretty much forced to quit do to the out right disrespect shown to me by my store owner and management. (Mind you all stores in kw are owned by the same two men)
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