Tim Hortons
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How do you feel about the future of Tim Hortons?

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  • Despite the fact that they're expanding globally, I don't see a future for Tim Hortons in Canada.
    They're at the bottom of the totem pole of places you'd want to work. It's questionable at this point if the food is even real anymore, let alone edible. It's like Tim Horton sold his soul to the devil in 1964 for a successful coffee chain, and now he's coming to collect.

  • Je la vois augmenter le salaire de leur employer

  • I feel it is doing fine and will continue to do fine in the future

  • This Canadian so called company that is to treat all comers with respect is opposite of how Canada is eh. *pun intended* As a past worker and current temporary worker at Tim Hortons, I recently Googles the rankings and it has gone down the drain. You cannot expect to taste great coffee made by a stressed student or middle aged person who did not finish their school degree and has a miserable life serving ride custumers (example of ages in general). A great coffee must be made meticulously with the right amount of time. I always ranked Starbucks as the best fast coffee/tea as it has so many pros vs Tim Hortons. Tim Hortons has the money to update and become more contemporary up to date but spends their money on useless extra frozen food products rather than actually innovative supplies like a counter where customers can put their own dairy products or refined sugars on the side to make the employees life a little less harder before having that cardiac arrest after serving 100 customers just in 2 hours on a Thursday morning shift working like 4 different cloned people. I am being upfrontly honest. Those who cannot unveil the mask that Tim Hortons will never rank high unless employees get some benefits as all there is a 15% discount for all food and even that is sad because some food or drinks should be cost freefor workers!

  • Excellent. It keeps rolling with the times even has mobile orders

  • I don't foresee a future.

  • -Individual locations could be more successful if management was more understanding. Willing to listen to/ support their staff when it comes to their personal situations. As well, they should actually make sure that everyone is trained properly, not just assuming that everyone knows exactly what to do.

  • I feel that this company will be great to work at.

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