Poor quality, little training, lonely workspace for employees
Seafood Clerk (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 March 2018
There is no sense of community at metro. No body cares about anybody else, not even the managers! One girl got fired because she just recently had permed her hair and she couldn't wear a hairnet for one shift. ONE! The next time she came to work she was fired... It wasn't like she was a bad employee either. The managers are cold and insensitive to people's issues, opinions, and feelings. Some customers are hard to handle but that goes with any job. In seafood, there is barely any training, only a few days, and during all those training days you are spoken to in a non-stop voice throughout the whole shift. Then you are left alone and expected to remember everything. The other employees are very nice but keep to themselves and there is no talking in the break room. None. There is an ugly uniform that everyone except the managers wear and if you are in deli or seafood you have must wear a hairnet too, which is understandable. Sometimes there are lots of customers and it takes awhile to pack up. If you stay after your shift, you get into trouble. It's just terrible. Steer clear of this place, it wrecks of unfairness.