Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 5 September 2018
It was another learning and growing experience. And I loved the people I worked with. I didn't come across very many angry customers which made the job a lot better. Making healthy food is better then fast food.
Food Prep (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 2 September 2018
Now i dont mean the supervisor. I mean the boss. He constantly tells you to work faster when hes even around (which isnt often) and when it comes time for pay hes usually late with it and the pay isnt even worth waiting for.
Cook (Current Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 19 August 2018
I gained knowledge about the Canadian business environment. Normally, it's the same routine at the work. as per my opinion toughest part in this job is meeting with the customer's expectations. The work environment is very good. Enjoy the company of my colleagues. Great experience to work as a team at such place.
Food Prep/ Grill Cook (Former Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 16 August 2018
boss is horrible, doesn't train people properly. has no consideration towards anyone working there. rude to customers. the list goes on and on. would never work there again, unless there was new management.
friendly staff, as well as customers, fun workplace enviroment
Team Member (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 29 July 2018
I really enjoyed my time working for pita,as i got along with all of the staff, the customer base was very friendly and i had the opportunity to put my customer service to the real test, ensuring that every customer left with a smile and a positive experience in the restaurant. Pita pit was very accommodating in terms of homelife barriers as i was taking care of two young boys at the time i found that they went above and beyond for their employees as well as their customers.
We had a 50% discount on any item in the store
We didn't always have enough time to close the store efficiently
Key holder/ Night-time Supervisor (Former Employee) – Medicine Hat, AB – 24 July 2018
The owner is a kind lady, she was more of a friend than a boss, she cares about her workers. The hardest part of this job would be if there was an issue with a customer that was out of your control, cause at the end of the day, you just want each customer to leave with a smile on their face.
I loved working at Pita Pit! It was a very fun and happy environment. I would be cashing in customers and making their pitas how they wanted it, I would also do food prep and clean up things that needed to be cleaned. I learned how to work the cash register and how to roll the pitas perfectly. The hardest part of the job was rush hour, many people coming in and working cash, putting meat on grill and making the pitas. The best part of the job is getting to know your co workers and working together as a team to get the job done faster. The management was good but I find I found better ways to get things done and asked my manager if the things I was going to do was okay and he approved.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 5 June 2018
love it, helped me through my nursing school. Staff were great, got all my hours I needed to pay my bills. Always were flexible when situations came up such as clinical and work being scheduled on such days. The customers were great, made it feel like home.
Server (Former Employee) – Midland, ON – 29 May 2018
Your typical day working at Pita Pit consisted of serving customers and using the till and stove. You also would prep the veggies so that they would be ready to stock as needed. Keeping the workplace clean was on demand work, you did what you could to clean up in the time you had during open hours.
Cashier/All (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 May 2018
So far I have learned at my previous work is how to communicate with customers when something goes wrong and how to approach to them so they are satisfied on what they needed. The workplace was very friendly and outgoing. There was no part in the job that was the hardest everything was easy to handle.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Summerside, PE – 1 May 2018
Everyone that works there are all friends so the supervisor thinks they can get away with a lot of things just because they are the manager's best friend. They are unpleasant to work with and like to start drama. They violated multiple worker's rights. The supervisor can't be trusted by anyone. I am the youngest so was taken advantage of and expected to do all the work.
Food Counter Attendant (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 9 April 2018
Management was usually all over the place, the hours weren't always correct when it came to payday, some co workers took it at liberty to boss others around, always understaffed, you could not call in if you were sick, they would make you show up for your shift and work until you puked before they let you go home if there was no one to cover your shift, always to many tasks to be done and not enough staff to do it all. only enjoyed working there because of the social skills it allows you to build.