Mr. Pretzels
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Mr. Pretzels Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    less than 10
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (CAD)
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Cafes
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Baker/Cashier in Richmond, BC
on 16 July 2020
Relatively easy
Good first job. Easy enough, but you also get to experience customer service and different types of customers and tasks. Don't be afraid to ask questions while learning. The kiosk can either be extremely busy with a line that goes on for an hour or there can be zero traffic for an hour too. Typically busier on weekends as expected. Management is fine as long as you do your work and don't slack off. Family run so the team consists mainly of the bosses and a handful of other employees.
Cashier/Food Prep in Burlington, ON
on 13 November 2021
was fun while it lasted
This was one of my favourite jobs I've had, it is definitely a great first job. It wasn't too busy and the tasks were pretty simple. Shifts were pretty consistent until they weren't. I started working at the store I worked at when it first opened. I was the first one of the new hires to show up on my first shift so I was formally trained by one of the higher ups and then I was left to show everyone else what to do. A month or so into my employment there, all of the new hires were no longer given shifts and replaced with other people. No explanation other than "there is no shifts for you anymore." No notice or anything.
Food Service Worker in Saskatoon, SK
on 8 June 2021
Fun and secure workplace
Excellent Management in Saskatoon Lawson Heights location.Supportive owner and co-workers.Free pretzels, discount in entire mall.Secure job, pay on time, easy and relaxed work no stress.
Team Member, Key Holder, Trainer in Saskatoon, SK
on 2 March 2021
Excellent Experience
It really does depend on your location. Almost every store has a different owner, so it will really depend who owns the store. For me, though, it is an awesome, fun job.First of all, the interview and first days: relatively easy, questions from Google, basically... what you know about the store... at that time, the store hadn’t even open yet. I got a call a couple days later with information and was trained on one of the first days we opened by a trainer from corporate office. He was kind, knowledgeable and really good at motivating the team. (I like to think I was pretty much a pro after a week, but really, I’m still learning new things a year later.)Back pre-Covid, there were a lot more hours; and a lot more business, but that has really slowed down, so we usually do shifts of 6-7 hours for 1-2 people/day. Usually weekends are a lot busier than weekdays, so you have more to do and more stress. On weekdays, it can be boring at times, but if you find something to tidy up or to do during your down-time; it’s quite enjoyable.The job requires a lot of standing, and a decent amount of physical strength, but you get used to it after a while. It all takes practice, though. It took me a few months to really start getting the hang of things, so don’t give up.The store owners are incredible. They are kind, generous, helpful, and very approachable. Yes, you will sometimes get critique or pointers, but that’s not because they hate you or because they want to point out your flaws; it’s because they want you to become a better worker, and they want you to succeed.After only a year, I have become a shift lead, a key holder and a trainer, which is really awesome. It shows responsibility and leadership, which is great if you eventually want to move on and go further in life.The schedule is very flexible as a casual worker; I can do homework, school, and other extracurriculars, and work 10-15 hours a week. If I ever have a busy week ahead, the owners are more than happy to give you a week off, but don’t abuse this, or else they may think you don’t like the job!For me, it’s been a really great first job; and it’s been a pleasure to be working at Mr. Pretzels.(P.S. You get free pretzels.)
Manager in Toronto, ON
on 27 September 2020
It wouldn't be so bad if they didn't keep a predator employed
They have an employee employed who stole $3.5k from them. They didn't want to train a new employee. He also is a predator towards minors and management knows this and he hasn't received any discipline. I left because of this.

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