Prep Cook/Line Cook (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 September 2018
Work place is either not busy or busy but my overall task is to prepare items such cheese, beets, bacon etc.
management is quite good but there are times when they have messed up my schedule or haven't taken in account of my availability
The hardest part of the job will be getting things as fast as they want it, On really busy days things should be done as fast as your ability but there are times when people dont show and you are left with 1 person.
Things I enjoyed about the job were some of the employees that worked there. They are very understandable and very respectful and nice.
This was my first job and I have learned a lot of things such as calling in sick, always let a manager know 1 week before that you are unable to work a few days, learning about the workplace and how to interact with people
Kitchen Staff (Former Employee) – Ajax, ON – 16 September 2018
Worked at the ajax location as a part time student. Management was bad did now how to do proper payroll. Kitchen staff was great to work with. I was let go because the employment agency I was hired from didn't want to subsidize them anymore, greedy managers. I will never work for them again. They didn't even have the decency to follow up with me and would not take my calls....
Server and Hostess (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 21 August 2018
Great place to work, very kind co-workers, very understanding manager. a typical day consists of; showing up, signing in, checking the job list to see what extra tasks you have for the day, and then starting on floor once you have got you section.
Fryer Cook (Former Employee) – Whitby, ON – 6 August 2018
I only worked part time for a year and the whole experience was not favourable. I felt as though there was no reliability and the owners/management gave no credit when things were good and ripped into the staff when the slightest thing would go wrong.
Line Cook (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 31 July 2018
A daily day at work with Shoeless would be customer coming in ordering food while my coworkers an I would be preparing their meals or food before the cooking process (portioning, cutting etc). It was fun to learn an gain knowledge as I did with them through out the months, they are very welcoming an make you feel comfortable.
Kitchen Supervisor (Former Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 7 June 2018
I would say if you have nothing going on in your life, no kids, or hobbies or anything than it is definitely a great place to work. The staff is friendly and are extremely good people to work with for sure.
Prep (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 14 May 2018
A typical work day is signing in set the kitchen and dining area up then start working on what the head chef would need to be done to do his job such as cutting and portioning food (meat, seafood, vegetables ). What I have learned is how to work in a quick and safe pas. The managers are really kind and helpful people. The culture is diverse in the work area. There is no hard part of the job. My most enjoyable part of the job is dealing with the co-workers.
Expeditor/Entertainment Startup (Former Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 7 May 2018
Dealing with management as an expo and more effectively the company DJ, I can thoroughly vouvh for the fact that thios work space lacks a great deal of professional integrity and organization. I was left out to dry multiple weekends as the DJ with insufficient notice that my services were not required for the weekend (often just hours before), and was expected to accept the fact that I was being extremely mistreated.
Prep Cook (Former Employee) – Cornwall, ON – 5 April 2018
typical day is starting the cooks off and having all cook offs done before 11 when the restraurant opens then prepping it all in portion sizes to make it easier for cooks to make the meal to go out to people in a short time i learned everything from making boiled eggs to sauces and calmari
SERVER/BARTENDER (Former Employee) – Aurora, ON – 17 March 2018
A typical day at work involves interacting with regular customers, taking food orders and speed walking back and forth from tables, kitchen, and the bar or just mixing an array of different drinks behind the bar. The hardest part of the job would be to trying to appease to the needs of every guest seeing as there are certain people who are very picky. The most enjoyable part of the job is mixing drinks and sometimes coming up with an entirely new creation.
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 22 February 2018
this place is not the best. it used to be a lot more fun to work at with little to complain about, but that was before everyone left. now, there are no employees yet there are still no shifts available to part time workers.
Hostess (Former Employee) – London – 13 February 2018
I worked as a hostess for about 3 months. The job was fairly easy and enjoyable. I was responsible for seating tables, as well as clearing them after the guests left. Everyone that worked there was friendly and easy to get along with.
Busboy/Dishwasher/Food Prep (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 February 2018
it's a fun working environment very team based place its type of area you can listen to music at the same time your working as long as you do the duties that are required like fore example prepping food for the line cooks or cleaning dishes bussing tables etc