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Summerhill Market
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $1m to $5m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Food & Beverage Stores


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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 29 reviews and is evolving.


Prep cook in Summerhill, ON
on 4 June 2020
Boring and very repetitive ... was hard to go in after a few months
Not much creative room .. Relaxed vibe . Large scale cooking . nothing special . Hours were ok but not enough work for full days most of the time due to poor labor management.
Prepared Foods Lead in Toronto, ON
on 25 July 2021
Prepared Foods
The best staff at Summerhill all end up leaving for better paying/better-managed companies. I witnessed several department heads making minimum wage and being mistreated by the general manager. The turnover rate is very high because they do not appreciate their good staff when they have them. I was offered a $1 raise with a huge promotion, and told it would take several years before I would be making what my predecessar made. I've worked at 2 Summerhill Locations so trust me - DON'T DO IT!
Cashier in Toronto, ON
on 24 October 2020
dont work there run away
As cashier you have to do multiple job in the store this is meant to be a high-end grocery store, where stuff is expensive and you're supposed to give premium service for minimum wage and long hours 43.5 hrs a week and it pretty impossible to get a raise even though the owner are raking in the money they watch your every move on camera like they don't trust their employees. i so glad i left i know i can do better else where.
Cashier in Toronto, ON
on 21 August 2020
Nice co-workers overall, not nice management.
This is meant to be a high-end grocery store, where stuff is expensive and you're supposed to give premium service and walk customers to their cars (even far away) with groceries, but you get paid as you would at any normal grocery store. As a cashier, honestly a lot of my time was spent organizing stuff on shelves and stocking fridges and making samples, as it was not incredibly busy when I worked there. Co-workers were nice overall, but the supervisor and owners were not nice, and are the main reason I quit. Supervisor often took own bad moods out on you, and owners thought they were quite holier than thou and only showed up occasionally to survey the place or get someone into trouble. It's a job where it takes a while to get home at night with counting out your tills and cleaning and getting rid of any expiring items, lots on your to-do list. Not a job with any real chance of growth, you're low on the pecking order and you'll probably stay there till you leave.
Kitchen Helper/Packager in Toronto, ON
on 18 May 2020
It’s was good experience
Summerhill was a great experience and great staff and it’s was a great job To have it got me though the month For the time it helped me a lot And I worked with my friend

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