Tim Hortons
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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Tim Hortons a better place to work?

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  • Pay employees a living wage and full time hours, introduce bonuses and benefits. Staff the stores properly, expecting 3 staff members tend to customers and actually keep the store cleaned and stocked is unrealistic. FIRE any manager/supervisor who says "if you have time to lean you have time to clean" after a huge rush (which they watched from camera in office but didnt comeout to help) trying to do the job of 7 employees with only 3 people on staff employees should be allowed to actually catch their breath and lean for a moment before the next wave of customers and chores.

  • Pay a living wage to all team members

  • Staff relationship is the key of having a healthy and productive working environment. If you are a team leader you will easily manage your people if you have this kind of attitude..

  • Good management and all the comforts to provided to the coustmers that will be my first priority

  • Good management and Pay appropiate salary to managememy.

  • Hire people with experience in supervising staff.

  • Train the employees better!

  • Respect the team member . Listen them
    And team work .

  • Pay appropiate salary to management

  • The waste at the end of the night. Everything that did not sale that day it all went to the garage.

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