Great high-pay PTJ FTJ for High School/College students
Part/Full-Time Cashier (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 5 June 2018
It is a good start for students, however, it is very tiring as you will be standing some 8+ hours straight, 15 breaks are given to you so that's great, but I do have back pains a few weeks following that...
Work culture is GREAT! People are very friendly and nice towards one another...
The hardest part of the job is basically you having to remember all the PLU codes.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 29 May 2018
I can take time off when ever I need to, just have to tell the department head advance, For me, as a student, class sometimes will pop up all the sudden, and I can switch my shift with one of my coworkers. Thats really nice.
Seafood supervisor (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 16 May 2018
I started to learn a lot of new skills everyday and in a very busy place. No one was telling me what i should learn or what i should do to be a good supervisor but i am a supervisor trainee. they are rude and unprofessional. The the Manager of the department once told me"You are born and raised here, so you do not belong here, we need a real Chinese"
Cashier (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 5 May 2018
good supervisors hard to get ahead sometimes short of staff very organized place to work in good management opening on Christmas and New Years is very busy the most enjoyable part of the job is that when customers appreciate you after you serve them there are bad customers still manually cashing out tils
Cashier (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 9 April 2018
My coworkers were honestly really nice, but working there overall was exhausting. As a cashier, we had to stand at our till for the entire shift (they have chairs now). Customers can be awful sometimes, but you just have to grind through it. Speaking Cantonese and/or Mandarin is a bonus but not a requirement. Just be ready to handle rush hours !! :)
An hour lunch break
Memorize a page full of PLU Codes, Chaotic rush hour
Good place to work if you have an asian background
Grocery Stocker (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 5 March 2018
Not fast paced which is a good thing since its quiet a busy store. discounted meals which are OK but greasy. Kind colleagues, however the manager I had would not let me decrease my hours even though i was still a student in highschool with 40 HOURS a week.
Supervisor Assistant (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 January 2018
I am working at a meat assistant with many of duties and responsibilities. I Very harmony working environment. Colleague very friendly and helpful Good leadership and teamwork I am having fun working with T&T supermarket, but There is not much challenge for me to improve myself.