Tim Hortons
Happiness score is 52 out of 100
3.6 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    José Cil
    71%
    approve of José Cil's performance
  • Founded
    1964
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Food Service
  • Headquarters
    Oakville, Ontario
  • Link
    Tim Hortons website
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Rating overview

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3.6520183.5320193.5220202.8220212.782022

Reviews

Tim Hortons Team Member in Windsor, ON
on 16 August 2022
Very stressed
It is a very Highly stressed job and the girls are not always kind. They keep on gossiping about everyone and you can feel like they don’t wanna train you. Nice manager though
Team Member in Stony Plain, AB
on 16 August 2022
horrible, toxic
literally just don’t work here, management is bad, very cliquey. Very fast paced, barely any training, and the training that you do get is not helpful at all.
Team Member in Maple, ON
on 16 August 2022
Exactly what you expect
Not bad for a first part-time jobMost days are similar, just making food and dealing with the publicManagement can be frustrating, striving for specific speed durations in the drive thruGood bonding opportunities/making friends
Team Member in North York, ON
on 15 August 2022
Good place to work part-time for students but nothing more
Worked as a Team Member in one of their kiosks in a transit station. Very fast paced at peak hours but other times, it is mostly going out of your way to find something to do for the cameras. The pay is minimum wage, long hours of standing with just 30 mins of lunch break during 6 h shift. Colleagues were a good mix of toxic, gossipy personalities and really fun amicable ones.Overall, best suited for students looking for a part-time gig. Nothing more.
Cashier in Bras D'or, NS
on 15 August 2022
Bad management, stressful entire time
The only good thing I can say about working at tim hortons is the tips. I really didnt enjoy the 9 hour shifts you are given, and are only allowed 2 fifteen breaks. There is absolutely no diversity at that location and I even heard my supervisors using derogatory terms that made me very uncomfortable.

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Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

They just asked me about my schedules and availability and why do i wanna be part of the tim hortons team

Shared on 20 August 2020

What do you do when a customer want to have their coffee replaced

Shared on 22 April 2020

A customer is angry while you are taking their order and is ridiculing you. What should you do?

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