DELI WORKER (Current Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 8 December 2018
a typical day would be coming in taking out garbage, doing whats on the production list, serving customers hot food, slicing deli meats, serving salad, wiping windows, counters, and doing dishes while following foodsafe guidlines. i made a lot of friends which made a good team to work around everyday.
in Mall, by skytrain and bus, fast paced, team orientated
Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 29 October 2018
I've learned many things at the deli such as learning how to cook, bake and providing customers of what they need in the deli. They are very professional when it comes to job management; they will take care of you and you're schedule
Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – Atascadero, CA – 14 August 2018
On my first day of work, I did an 8 hour shift which was no big deal, but I wasn't trained by my manager on how to do my job. Continuing with the job I wasn't trained on how to do any of the tasks asked of me and I had to guess and use common knowledge on how to do my jobs, such as: Cooking, cleaning, organizing food groups, ect.
Early mornings that I asked to not be shifted for, not trained properly, hard environment to work in
Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 21 May 2018
The job requirement were very enough to allow me to develop many new skills with respected food services. For example, one day I could be making pizza and the next day I could be serving a variety of meat and cheese to the customers.
Deli Worker (Former Employee) – 100 Mile House, BC – 23 April 2018
Needed emergency family days for personal matters and lack of daycare and was denied. But because I was already in the union they couldn't fire me .. Did not I form me of this and treated me unfairly until I quit. Also, the store manager never consulted with my department head to even see if the time off was possible. And would not allow me to speak to my department head.
Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 10 April 2018
The job was pretty relaxed most of the time; although the management and co-workers pushed me to work harder and faster even though I was meeting all the deadlines.
The hardest part of the job was cleaning a few certain areas the were pretty much impossible to clean.
The most enjoyable part of the job was customer interaction. I enjoyed seeing all the new faces, and became familiar with the returning customers. I would memorize their usual order and would always chit chat a bit to build a bond.
Deli Clerk (Current Employee) – Vernon, BC – 30 March 2018
Under new management things have been changing for the better for employees, flexible schedules, never miss out on breaks, union-very secure, staff is very friendly to new comers and management is very helpful in any situation, training is short and sweet and additional help is given whenever needed. Very welcoming space and it’s fun to be there once you’ve found your footing
Deli Clerk (Former Employee) – Canmore, AB – 29 March 2018
The Social and International Development field of practice focuses on the social, cultural, environmental and economic conditions and developments that affect the well-being of people in Canada and internationally. In addition to problem analysis, we focus on interventions at the community, national and international levels: the work of social planning departments, community agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and international interventions at the level of the United Nations and NGOs working internationally. The curriculum is built around the concept of social justice, reflected in national and international texts, with particular attention to contemporary issues of interest to social work practitioners, including but not limited to: immigration and refugees; the struggle for human rights and community development; the struggles of Indigenous people; the social implications of climate change, poverty and globalization; the work of truth and reconciliation commissions.