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62 questions about Dress Code at Tim Hortons
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Answered 17 May 2017
I had to wear the uniform pants with the cookie shirt they gave me.
Answered 13 September 2017
Tim Hortons requires their employees to wear a solid black oxford which is non-slip if working out front. Employees who also help with receiving the delivery are required to wear a solid black oxford shoe which is both non-slip and steel toed. This is at the employee's expense as no renunciation is given.
Answered 8 April 2018
Just wear a nice shirt and you're favorite pair of pants. Maybe a neckless or earnings.Semi fancy- semi normal
Answered 11 January 2018
No must be the proper uniform
Answered 11 March 2018
Can I wear colour shoes ?
Asked 28 January 2018
No only black shoes, black socks, and black under shirts
Answered 28 January 2018
Can I wear a ring
Asked 18 December 2017
I'm allowed to wear a necklace and a ring only if it is a band and doesnt have any jewels on it that can fall out. but every Tim's is run differently
Answered 18 December 2017
Do I have to pay for my uniform
Asked 9 November 2018
They do eventually give it to you but when you quit within your 3-month probation they charge you I believe $78.86 I could be a couple of cents or dollars off but yeah they will.
Answered 9 November 2018
Uniform most supplied had to buy pants and shoes.
Answered 22 October 2018
Yes, however, they must wear a beard net
Answered 7 June 2018
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