Cashier/Cook (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 17 June 2018
a lot of yelling, very little patience. rushing and no actual benefits for anybody working less than 35 hours nobody covered anything for you, if there was a guest in the front waiting to have their order taken and you were getting supplies from the back, everybody would yell at you instead of taking the order, so you'd rush back embarrassed and thrown off guard
sometimes lunches are half off
bad hours, dont check in when scheduled, too much rushing
CASHIER & SANDWHICH MAKER (Former Employee) – North Bay, ON – 15 June 2018
In my experience with the Wendy's. Much of of the staff tend to be older and they all seem burnt out from the 6 day work weeks and the high demand for constantly being fast. Some managers have a short temper and snap very easily, one specificially that I can think of. The one thing that kept me going back for three years was the GM. Absolute gem of a GM and great guy. I wish they could have provided a better work experience for their workers. there was also a period of time where I expressed how much I wanted to be a full time sandwich maker, and I feel I did get pretty good. but even for someone that had been there for three years they couldn't do that for me. I was just there dishwasher and I would fill in for sandwiches when they didn't have anyone.
OPERNING CREW LEADER (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 13 June 2018
Working at wendy's canada was a Great journey and a great addition to my work and learning experiences. I met wonderful people and learned great skills from working there, like customer service and Safety skills.
My position was a training crew member (Former Employee) – Prince George, BC – 7 June 2018
It wasn't an easy job- If you arent cut out for fast food chain then dont be disapointed not many people are cut out for the type of work. Try your best and be your best. You dont have to go to work for people to like you, go to work because that what will put you ahead in life.
cashier/drive-thru (Current Employee) – Orangeville, ON – 4 June 2018
a typical day at work can pretty hectic especially during the summer months and much harder when we are short staffed. I have learned how to work better as a team member and social skills when dealing with customers. the hardest part of the job would have to be running multiple stations when you are only one person. manageable but difficult. The most enjoyable part of my job is making others happy. being quick and efficient. small talk with customers etc. you can really make someone's day with just one small comment.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Dartmouth, NS – 31 May 2018
I worked for Wendys between April 2017 until July 31 2017. I really enjoyed working for Wendys . Friendly staff / the managers were very helpful training me. Loved the 50 percent discount while working. If I didnt have to move I would still be there. Awesome customer service as well.
Wendy's Cashier (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 30 May 2018
working at the grill station was nerve wracking and i could not handle it. I was moved to cashier so i could take orders and greet customers. the people were fun to chat with, the employees were helpful and the discounts were nice.
HOSTESS (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 27 May 2018
I really enjoyed my time at Wendy's it is a fun place to work everyone is like family, you get to know customer's when they come in everyday the only thing i would change is some staff other then that great place to work
Cashier/Cook (Former Employee) – Fort St. John, BC – 27 May 2018
If you enjoy working in a fast pace environment, this would be the place for you. Busy lunch rush hours which are the busiest time of the day for fast-food businesses. Stocking and re-stocking shelves and cleaning as efficiently as possible.